Judi Love shares plans to move to serious acting career: ‘Line Of Duty – you know where to find me’

Loose Women star Judi Love is eyeing up a move to the big screen or a part in Line Of Duty after starring in season two of BBC drama Noughts + Crosses.

The star opened up in her latest column for OK!, saying: "Watching myself on-screen for the debut episode of the BBC’s Noughts + Crosses last week was a surreal experience, but it’s inspired me to delve further into serious acting." Here, Judi also discusses her co-star Brenda Edwards returning to Loose Women following the passing of her son Jamal and her new project. Sign up – for free! – to see what she has to say.

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I Felt Right At Home Again!

My last seven days have been jam-packed with filming, but I’m elated to exclusively reveal to OK! that I’m currently in Glasgow recording the second series of BBC hit This Is My House.

I absolutely adored being a part of the first series and I’m already having double the amount of fun the second time around.

The cast is great and I had a brilliant time with Richard Madeley – he is a legend. Keep an eye out for the release date, as it’s coming soon!

Duty Calls…

Watching myself on-screen for the debut episode of the BBC’s Noughts + Crosses last week was a surreal experience, but it’s inspired me to delve further into serious acting.

Being a comedian, you rarely get to show that side of yourself to the world – but now I’m itching for my next big action movie! Or, Line Of Duty producers, you know where to find me!

Continuing Jamal's Legacy

My dear friend Brenda Edwards rejoined the Loose Women panel last week for the first time since the tragic death of her son, music entrepreneur Jamal.

I am truly inspired by the passion she exudes for the Jamal Edwards Self Belief Trust, which pledges to keep her son’s legacy alive by targeting homelessness, helping struggling youngsters to achieve working apprenticeships and providing mental health support.

I would encourage OK! readers to get involved in the charity in any way that they can, as young people are our next generation and it’s such an important cause, which Jamal was himself so passionate about. Visit gofundme.com/f/jamaledwardsselfbelief.


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Making History

Simone Leigh and Sonia Boyce were both awarded a Golden Lion last week – the top honour at the annual Venice Biennale arts ceremony.

It was the first time in the event’s 127-year history the prize was given to a Black woman artist, with the pair also being the first Black women to represent their respective nations – the UK and the US.

It’s great they have been recognised. But am I shocked we’re still saying things like, “The first Black woman to…”? No.

There’s a feeling of joy for these incredible women but also sadness because of how many people of colour have missed opportunities like this because they were ignored.

Tyson's Glory

Last weekend, Tyson Fury defended his WBC heavyweight belt by defeating Dillian Whyte with a sixth-round knockout.

The Gypsy King had initially promised wife Paris that his previous fight would be his last major bout before he retired.

But that was until they offered him Wembley! And who wouldn’t want to perform at the UK’s biggest venue? Especially in front of a record-breaking crowd of 94,000!

It’s an opportunity he couldn’t turn down and while Paris would have appreciated that, I’m sure she can’t wait to have him all to herself now that he’s sealed his legacy.

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