Gaz Beadle brands Loose Women ladies 'f***ing witches'
Gaz Beadle has lashed out at 'Loose Women' for reportedly axing Vicky Pattison from the panel
Gaz Beadle thinks the 'Loose Women' ladies are "f***ing witches."
The 'Geordie Shore' hunk has lashed out at the lunchtime panel show after it was announced his former co-star Vicky Pattison - who has appeared on the show since January - had been dropped from the panel.
Writing in his column for the Daily Star Online, he said: "Hating the fact that Vicky isn't on 'Loose Women' anymore. No matter what anyone says, I want the whole 'Geordie...' family to smash it. She was the only good thing on that show. Full of f***ing witches."
The 28-year-old star's kind words will no doubt come as a surprise to Vicky, 28, as he admitted recently that he's not "friends" with the beauty.
Speaking to BANG Showbiz, he said: "We don't hate each other, but we just don't speak. We are not friends enough to know what each other is doing. I wish her all the best."
Meanwhile, it was recently claimed that Vicky had been dropped from the 'Loose Women' panel because her wild partying was tarnishing the show, but she's adamant that's not the case and she's just got other projects going on.
She said: "I've loved my time on @loosewomen but ... It was only a summer contract and now I'm having some time off before I start some big & exciting projects this Autumn!
"My relationship with all the @loosewomen, the team and @ITV is still great ... I'm sure I'll pop back to see the ladies again! (sic)"
Although Vicky is remaining tight lipped on the jobs she's got coming up, she recently confirmed she's been in talks with ITV bosses about the possibility of hosting the spin-off show 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! NOW!'.
The brunette babe - who won the last series of the main show 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!' in December - said recently: "I would snatch their hands off, I really would [if I was offered the role]. There have been names thrown around. There are talks but nothing is confirmed."