Talk show host applauds viewers who told her to ‘shut up’

A talk show host isn’t going to take it from his viewers. Denise Welch, the British talk show star loose women, talked about filling in awkward silences in the show’s conversations with co-stars Ruth Langford, Katie Piper and Jane Moore. Welch, 64, opened up about experiences she had with people when they told her she talked too much.

When viewers tell Welch to “shut up” or “shut up,” she shuts them down by telling them, “Don’t watch it then!” She went on to say, “I tend to be a bit of a filler. Sometimes with shy people, I understand that it’s not their fault, but sometimes shy people suck your energy. It’s hard to be the conversationalist all the time,” according to daily star.

loose women began airing in 1999 and Welch first appeared on the show in 2001. She was a regular on the show from 2005 to 2013 and returned in 2018. loose womenWelch has appeared in various British TV shows and films over the years, including celebrity big brother.

Recently Welch was on the British Soap Oprea Hollyoaks, and it’s one of the few soap operas she’s starred in during her career. “When I was offered this job, the casting people told my agent ‘it had Denise written on it,'” Welch said. interior soap Last year. “And if something should attract you, this is it! All my ‘Oh, I don’t want to do a soap opera again because it means I’m going to have to get up too early’ went out the window as soon as I I heard that. And when I started talking to the producers about the character, it was too good an opportunity to pass up.

Welch is also known for his fights with Piers Morgan. In August 2020, Welch sued Morgan for shedding light on the COVID-19 pandemic. “Piers Morgan tweeting that ‘this pandemic has only just begun’ is utterly shameful”, Welch tweeted. “Has he no respect for the mental health of this country at rock bottom. Look at the f……g data Piers. 147,000 hospital beds, 540 with Covid. A tiny proportion of those in intensive care.”

Javier E. Swan