Vorderman signs up for more Loose Women
Carol Vorderman says it was an ''easy decision'' to sign up for another year on 'Loose Women'.
The TV host is having a ''really good time'' co-presenting the ITV1 daytime talk show with Andrea McLean because she has so many laughs with her co-stars, particularly when Denise Welch, Jane McDonald and Sherrie Hewson are on the panel.
Speaking about 'Loose Women', she exclusively: ''I love it, I really do. It's been a pleasure to be on it and I've been on it about nine months or so now so that's great. I'm having a really good time on the show.
''It was an easy decision to sign up for another year on the show. I share the hosts chair with Andrea so it works perfectly for me because I live in Bristol not in London, and I wouldn't want to live in London, so it's worked out really well.
''My favourite moments on the show are when we're laughing and that happens a lot, we're always laughing. Denise, Jane and Sherrie make me laugh most of all, it's crazy. There's a lot that's going on all the time under the table. It's great.''
Carol admits she was sad to see fellow 'Loose Women' panellist Jenny Éclair announce her departure from the programme, but she is hoping the former 'I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here!' contestant - who finished third in the 2010 series - will return for some one-off shows.
She added: ''I really like Jenny so I'm hoping she will come back for some shows, she's lovely.''
Carol has put her maths skills to the test to launch the new Bill Angel app from Carphone Warehouse, which helps customers get to grips with their bills. The Bill Angel app is available on Android and iOS, and it promises to help customers banish high bills.27-06-2012
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