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About Coleen Nolan : Coleen Patricia Nolan (born 12 March 1965) is an English born television presenter, author and singer of Irish descent. She was the youngest member of the girl group, The Nolans, in which she sang alongside her sisters.

She has since then appeared on various television shows both as a presenter and panellist (most prominently on ITV's daytime show, Loose Women) as well as appearing on reality television programmes. In 2009 she toured again with the Nolans.

Nolan joined her sisters in The Nolans in 1980 when she was fifteen years old, though her first television appearance with her sisters though was on 5 February 1974 when she was almost nine years old, as The Nolans appeared on the It's Cliff Richard! television series, and she had appeared with them in the video for their 1979 single, "I'm In The Mood For Dancing", though she was not actually a part of the group at this point and did not actually perform on the song.

 On 14 January 1987, she appeared alongside her sisters Anne, Bernie and Maureen in the BBC sitcom Filthy Rich & Catflap. In 2000, Nolan became a regular panelist on ITV's daytime series Loose Women. She remained with the series on and off for eleven years (taking a break to have and care for daughter Ciara).

Also in 2000 she played the part of Janelle Cooper in the short comedy film, Rattler. In late 2001 she co-presented This Morning on ITV1, alongside John Leslie, on a rota basis with Twiggy. On 4 March 2002 she was a guest contestant on the BBC comedy panel game show Never Mind the Buzzcocks. On 25 May she appeared on An Audience with Brian Conley.

Later in 2002 she took part in the first series of the reality television programme Celebrity Fit Club, which followed overweight celebrities as they tried to lose weight for charity. On 7 January 2003 she appeared in the documentary We Are Family that chronicled the success stories of various musical acts that were made up of family members.

In 2002 and 2003 she was a panelist on the chat show The Wright Stuff on Five, hosted by Matthew Wright. On 3 June 2005 Nolan took part in the first series of the ITV daytime programme, Have I Been Here Before? presented by Phillip Schofield, which offered celebrity guests the chance to see if they have lived before, in a past life, through past life regression.

Nolan was said to have been a "nervous 16 year old debutante". In September 2006 Nolan returned to Celebrity Fit Club as part of the judging panel in the fourth series. On 6 October she was a guest on The Sharon Osbourne Show and ten days later was a guest on the Irish chat show, broadcast and produced by RTE, The Podge and Rodge Show.

 In 2007, she featured in television advertisements for the supermarket chain Iceland, along with her sister Bernie, and former Loose Women colleague Kerry Katona. She appeared in further commercials for Iceland during the next couple of years. In early 2008 she brought out a DVD, A Brand New You, produced with Rosemary Conley.

She made a guest appearance on Al Murray's Happy Hour on ITV on 19 September, and on 27 September she starred along with her sister Linda, her two sons Shane and Jake and her brother Tommy on the third series of All-Star Family Fortunes competing against Barry McGuigan and his family.

She also made guest appearances on Alan Carr's Celebrity Ding Dong (31 October) and The Paul O'Grady Show (18 December), both on Channel 4. Also in December she released a fitness DVD, Coleen Nolan's Disco Burn.

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In 2009, Nolan took part in the fourth series of Dancing On Ice on ITV1, which began on 11 January. Of her appearance on the show Nolan said, "I've never really skated. When I was 14, I used to go to Disco Beat in Blackpool with my friend. We'd skate round once, hanging on to each other, and spend the rest of the night posing, like 14-year-old girls do. I could only go forwards, I couldn't stop!" She was eliminated in week ten, finishing in fourth place.

 In April 2009, she presented the programme, The Truth About... Eternal Youth about plastic surgery on ITV1. In late April, her autobiography, Upfront and Personal was published. The Nolans reformed in 2009 for a UK tour to mark the 30th anniversary of the release of I’m in the Mood for Dancing. Nolan has a weekly column in Best magazine and a parenting column in the Daily Mirror.

In 2010, Nolan presented The Secret Guide To Women's Health on Sky Real Lives. She also co-hosted, with Ben Shephard, Dancing On Ice Friday on ITV1. On 6 September 2010, Nolan returned to the ITV programme This Morning in a new presenting role, almost a decade since she left the same show, with Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby.

She was also announced as the new face of Park Christmas Savings and appeared in their TV adverts. On 27 February 2011, Nolan hosted Dancing on Ice, temporarily replacing Holly Willoughby, who had fallen ill.

On 16 March 2011, Nolan announced she would be leaving Loose Women after 11 years on the show. She made her last appearance as a panellist on Thursday 28 July 2011. In Spring 2012, Nolan will appear on the ITV panel show Mad Mad World.

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