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Vicky Pattison to be a Loose Women regular - report

Published 06/05/2016

Vicky Pattison
Vicky Pattison

Vicky Pattison has been such a hit on Loose Women that she will make a weekly appearance as a panellist on the ITV show from the end of May (16), according to reports.

Vicky Pattison is reportedly set to appear on Loose Women weekly.

The 28-year-old first shot to fame on MTV show Geordie Shore before appearing on I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! last year (15). Being crowned queen of the jungle gave Vicky's career a boost and she landed a role as an occasional panellist on the ITV lunchtime show in January (16).

But Vicky has proved such a hit with viewers on the show that she has apparently now been invited to appear on the programme every Wednesday from the end of May.

"Loose Women is incredibly important to Vicky and she has absolutely loved every minute of being on the show," a source told the Daily Mirror.

"She proved a natural fit for the role and got on really well with the other ladies. Although she has tons of other work commitments she’s putting this gig at the top of her list of priorities to really make an impact."

Vicky is the youngest ever panellist on the show and is credited for attracting younger viewers to the programme, which has been running for the past 17 years.

The new contract is the latest development in a hugely successful year for Vicky so far. As well as her television and fashion work, she also fronts the Mini V vitamin range and recently revealed that she is now a millionaire.

"I have just about hit the seven-figure mark for the first time," she told the Mirror earlier this year (16). "But I’m being wise with my money. I’ve been very well advised and I’m turning myself into a bit of a property tycoon. I recently bought a house in Newcastle and I’ve just had an offer accepted on a property in Essex, so I’m very happy.”

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