She made her co-hosts hoot with laughter as she acted out the bedroom mishap. Janet Street-Porter caused absolute chaos in the Loose Women studio today as she went into graphic detail about the sex injury she once sustained. The presenter sparked hilarity among the panel as she admitted she once got too frisky on a water bed, leading to disaster.
Some love it, some hate it. Either way, here are some strange facts to think about the next time you indulge mid-air. Buzz60 Student teaches pony to paint But now we wonder if this pony can sculpt as well.
Janet Street-Porter has a fabulous sense of style and is often spotted out and about in vibrant prints and colour pop pieces, becoming something of a fashion icon in her own right. This was certainly evident this week after the year-old stepped out on Loose Women in a cool planet print maxi dress on Tuesday. The navy blue design featured a scoop neckline, cuffed sleeves and cinched in at the waist, revealing her petite frame.
Complimenting the Prince's trim physique on Wednesday's Loose WomenJanet, 72, said: "Prince Charles and I have a lot more in common than I thought, because, with the exception of the alcohol part of the diet, that's how I eat - all the time, small amounts. I know he likes walking, and I like walking, and so on…". A few months earlier, his wife Camilla revealed the healthy foods he does enjoy eating.
By Rebecca Lawrence For Mailonline. She's famously been married four times and previously boasted that she was 'always the dumper, never the dumpee. But Janet Street-Porter has revealed that her turbulent relationship history has had an effect on her waistline, as she explained her weight changes depending on the man she's dating.
Loose Women panelist Janet Street-Porter had a few words of wisdom for her co-stars when it comes to marriage. The year-old has been married five times and is currently in a long-term relationship with partner Peter Spanton. But, during a debate about Wimbledon umpires no longer referring to female players as "miss" or "mrs", Janet revealed something hilarious.
The topic of conversation was the new Channel 4 dating show, Naked Attraction. Hosted by Anna Richardson, the show sees singletons pick potential love matches based entirely on how attractive they find them when undressed. Andrea McLean posed the question to the Loose Women panel, which today included guest "boy" Brian McFadden: how long they would wait before letting a partner see them nude?
With her own newspaper career just beginning, Janet Street-Porter remembers it all only too well…. Lamb was desperately hiring staff for a new newspaper, one that he had to produce a first edition of within days. My career in Fleet Street started at the same time as that of Murdoch, on a lowly rung on the ladder as a fashion writer and columnist on the Daily Mail.
Germaine Greer, the outspoken feminist writer and broadcaster, was last night revealed as one of the eight contestants taking part in the latest series of Celebrity Big Brother. Wearing a demure grey woollen ankle-length dress and peering out of her glasses like a headmistress, she spent her first moments in the house assessing her fellow housemates. Dr Greer, who said she agreed to take part to raise money for her rain forest, has previously described watching Big Brother as being "as dignified as looking through the keyhole in your teenage child's bedroom door".
If there's one thing that fills me with self-loathing, it's finishing a book that hasn't been worth the effort. I can feel the bile rise in my throat as I turn the last page. It's worse than eating a fourth crumpet or second fried egg and it's definitely worse than being so drunk so you can't remember how many Nurofen you took the night before.