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Loose Women want Victoria Beckham

2012-09-09 20:25
 

Los Angeles - The Loose Women panel would love Victoria Beckham to appear on the show. 

Carol McGiffin - who stars in the talk show alongside Andre McLean, Denise Welch and Jane McDonald - admits the singer-turned-fashion designer is her dream guest, but she does not think it would ever happen.

She said: ''Posh Spice has always been on our wish list. I don't think she'll ever go on it; there's a bit of history in discussions we've had about David Beckham. 

''I don't want to go into it again, because she might have forgotten and be considering coming on.'' 

Despite sometimes being worried about how stars will be on the show, Andrea admits she rarely has a problem with anyone.

She told Heat magazine: ''They're on their best behaviour with us. We had Usher and I thought he might have some attitude, but he was charming and the sweetest, nicest man to all the runners.

''He even sang to one of them in the life because the guy had missed his show.''

- BangShowBiz

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