Judi Love admits Strictly staff 'measured her vagina' during cheeky Loose Women chat

By Kirsty McCormack

Judi Love left her Loose Women co-stars gobsmacked on Wednesday as she spoke about her Strictly Come Dancing experience so far.

The 41-year-old will make her debut on the dance floor this weekend when the hit BBC one show returns on Saturday evening.

Loose Women panelists Jane Moore, Janet Street-Porter and Kellie Bryan were keen to wish Judi well, but not before they got some goss.

Asked how it's been so far, Judi replied: "Obviously its such an amazing thing to be involved in, but my gosh, by the end of it I am going to be so intimate with some people, it's unbelievable.

Judi Love left her Loose Women co-stars gobsmacked on Wednesday as she spoke about her Strictly Come Dancing experience so far (ITV)

"I'm not talking about my partner, but the production team. What they do, the stuff that they do is unbelievable.

"So I had to go in and get measured and as a plus size woman I was a bit nervous of how they were going to fit me and shape me into stuff, but they measure you and the measurements that they were doing!

Judi joked that the Strictly wardrobe department had measured her vagina (PA)

"I mean, they measured my vagina you might as well say!" she added as the panel started laughing hysterically.

"For what?!" Janet asked her. "What is your outfit going to be like?"

"They measure from your belly button all the way round through to the back. I've never experienced anything like it in my life. I mean proper tailor made to my shape."

Jane then asked Judi if she was feeling the burn as they showed a clip of Judi struggling to walk into the studio earlier on in the day.

"My feet, my joints, my muscles, every part of me is hurting," Judi admitted.

"No tears yet but I’m sure I’m gonna cry, but I have sweat though!" she added laughing.

Loose Women airs weekdays at 12:30pm on ITV.


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