Linda Robson has warned her celeb pals that she’s "coming for them" in a bombshell memoir featuring her time on Loose Women and Birds Of A Feather.
The ITV star, 64, insisted she "doesn't care" about anyone other than her family's feelings and will dish the dirt on people who "annoyed" her.
Linda revealed to Kaye Adams on her podcast How To Be 60: "At the moment the book is called In All Honesty, which I think is really boring and on the back of the book there is going to be a picture of me with a zip over my mouth.
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"A few people have annoyed me or upset me, they better watch out for themselves, because they’re in the book and I’m coming for them," and added: "But mostly I’ll be nice about everybody."
It comes after speculation of a bitter feud with long-time Birds Of A Feather co-star Pauline Quirke, the sitcom about two Essex girls whose men were in prison, running from 1989 to 1998 on the BBC then 2014 to 2020 on ITV.
However, the show is unlikely to return to our TVs, with Linday saying: "The problem is, Pauline now doesn’t want to act any more.
"She wants to concentrate on her acting academy. Lesley and I did the Christmas special, and it worked really well."
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Linda's Loose Women co-stars also admitted to there being a backdrop of upset on the ITV show, with Nadia Sawalha saying the panel had "hard days", with some ex-panellists revealing they no longer communicate with their former workmates.
Birds Of A Feather ran for 12 seasons and 129 episodes between 1989 and 2020 – making household names of stars Pauline, Linda and Lesley as sister Sharon and Tracey and their saucy neighbour Dorien Green.
Show writer and creator Laurence Marks has confirmed he's not planning on writing another episode despite over 30 years of success for the series
Laurence told the Daily Star: "You move on. I can’t imagine what more we could say. Also, the girls are very much older.
“When we created Sharon and Tracey, they were kids in their 20s. They had a whole sexual life in front of them and the show was all about sex. Now they’re women in their 60s, so it’s a different sort of series.”
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