LOOSE Women star Nadia Sawalha has taken a swipe at the National Television Awards, despite the show being up for an award.
A estrela, 57, made the remark on social media and risks the wrath of ITV bosses after candidly sharing her thoughts.
Nádia, who is ill with a cold, disse: “Yes it’s miserable Cinderella not going to the NTAs tonight.
“Do you know what, it’d be really nice if we won. Vamos. Every year it’s the same winners.
“I’ll probably get into trouble with ITV for saying that. But it’s true isn’t it? Wouldn’t it be nice to see all the girls run up there.
“But I would be so depressed if I’m sat here and they win, but wouldn’t it nice to see the girls lifting the trophy.
“Maybe they’d be a bit naughty on the stage, let’s mix it up a bit, come on vote for us, you know you want to really.”
The stars of the hit ITV show have lost out on securing the win to Phillip Schofield, Holly Willoughby and the rest of the This Morning family for ten years in a row.
No 2020, Loose Women star Denise Welch even stormed out of the awards after the show lost out to This Morning.
The TV star told her Twitter followers she was fed up of pretending to be a gracious loser year in year out after missing out on the Best Live Magazine Show gong.
Ela escreveu: “I’m the car on the way home. Sick of doing the losers face and pretending to not care we didn’t win!! #ntas.”
Supportive followers shared her disappointment, com uma escrita: “so upset this morning when I put my computer on and discovered LW hadn’t won…..I’d had a good feeling about it as well.”
Mais lido na TV
Outro postado: “Gets boring. Same thing every year. Should be a rule, if you win one year, you can’t be up for an award the following year.”
While others accused Denise of being a sore loser, with one sharing: “Ouch sour grapes.”
Nádia is the most recent star to have to pulled out of the awards after becoming bedridden with a mystery virus and is convinced it could be the latest strain of Covid-19.
Nadia’s announcement comes after Geordie duo Ant and Dec pulled out of the NTAs after they both tested positive for Covid.