Linda Robson says Loose Women downed booze to strip off for Bryan Adams

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 3 May 2017
Linda Robson

Linda Robson

Linda Robson has revealed the 'Loose Women' team drank booze before they were able to strip off for a photo shoot for Bryan Adams

Linda Robson has revealed the 'Loose Women' team drank booze before they stripped off for Bryan Adams.

The 59-year-old star and her fellow panellists, Katie Price, 38, Saira Khan, 46, Stacey Solomon, 27, Janet Street-Porter, 70, Nadia Sawalha, 52, and Jane Moore, 54, peeled off their clothes and stripped down to their underwear for the unairbrushed photo shoot to encourage other women to feel good about their bodies.

However, Linda has admitted that they needed a dutch courage before they got semi-naked for the music legend and Nadia even spent the "whole day" looking for alcohol.

The 'Birds of a Feather' star dished: "Nadia spent the whole day looking for alcohol. We went to the pub for an hour and had a couple of glasses of wine. It is surprising how many of the younger ones were nervous. Stacey Solomon was very neverous and she has the most beautiful body."

Now Andrea thinks it's the men's turn to show off their bodies and inner-confidence and she'd love to get 'Gladiator' hunk Russell Crowe to sign up.

She added during an interview with The Sun: "We should get Russell Crowe. He's a larger chap."

Following the shoot, Katie Price admitted that she doesn't "regret" any of her body changes.

The 38-year-old former glamour model might be partial to cosmetic surgery having had eight boob jobs and various other procedures, but she has learnt to "embrace" her figure and the scars she carries after having her five children; 14-year-old Harvey with ex Dwight Yorke, Junior, 11, and Princess, nine, from her marriage to Peter Andre and three-year-old Jett and two-year-old Bunny with husband Kieran Hayler.

The buxom blonde admitted: "I have produced five babies so I can't knock my body - it's a proper machine. There's no body the same - I've got scars, they're good memories. We're all imperfect, all bodies tell a story. I don't regret any of it. Everyone should embrace who they are. At the end of the day you should be loved for who you are."

'Loose Women' airs 12.30 on ITV.

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