Sherrie Hewson: Loose Women has to evolve
Sherrie Hewson says she welcomes recent changes to 'Loose Women', such as new, younger panellists, and thinks the show needs to "keep evolving"
Sherrie Hewson thinks 'Loose Women' needs to "keep evolving".
The stalwart panellist, who has been on the ITV daytime talk show for 11 years, says she welcomes the drastic changes made to the show including a brand new set and the addition of younger stars such as Myleene Klass.
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz, she said: "It is changing slightly now because they're bringing lots of new people, which I think it needs. Every show needs to keep evolving all the time.
"It's been going thirteen years and when a show's gone on that long, you have to evolve, you have to recreate. I think everything has to recreate.
"I think 'Loose Women' bringing other panellists on, maybe slightly younger, it fires us up as well. You're fired up by new people. As long as you see the old guard, I think the new people create a different 'Loose Women' ... I think it's good for us as well. We can bring it on, and we can listen to them and they can listen to us. I think it creates another spirit."
The 63-year-old actress was recently crowned the longest-serving member of the 'Loose Women' panel after 11 years of service to the show and she is incredibly proud of her achievement.
She added: "I think it's 11 years since when I started, so I'm the longest runner, which is lovely. It's such a joy to do."
'Nana's Kitchen' by Sherrie Hewson is out now in hardback by Macmillan, £18.99.