After taking her spot on the panel, Woodburn turned to Nolan and said: “You wanted me here, what have you got to say? I didn’t ask to come here.”
This was followed by some bickering until Coleen then (sort of) tried to make amends with Woodburn. “I think Kim’s right, I was two-faced with Kim in the [Big Brother] house,” Coleen said. “I tried not to be in the beginning, I did try to be the peacemaker in the house because everyone was rowing.
“I think Kim very very cleverly – because she’s a superfan of the show, of Big Brother – came in to play, ‘oh, look at me, poor me, I’m being bullied, everyone’s picking on me’, in the hope they weren’t showing that she came in like a demon from day one.”
After yet more bickering and accusations from panelist Linda Robson that the TV cleaner might have “anger issues”, Woodburn responded.
“I’m going to tell you something, then I’m going to go,” she started. “A lot of people have miserable lives, not just me, I’m not suggesting for one moment… we’ve all had problems and we always will.
“I had a very, very sad childhood, a brutal childhood. Terrible.”
It was then that Robson put a reassuring hand on Woodburn before Woodburn swiped it away, saying “Don’t be two-faced!”
“[I had] a brutal rotten childhood – I can’t describe what I went through! I went in the Big Brother house, and all the memories of those years came back,” Woodburn continued. “The bullying… and I was very upset in that house, and I pretended I wasn’t. I was terribly upset. They picked on me!”
She added: “I will never forget what the likes of [Nolan] and several others put me through! I’ll never forget it – never!
“I lose my temper, but I’ve got a good heart and soul. She sits there, she’s as hard as nails!”
Woodburn then called Nolan a “con artist”, before standing up, pointing a finger to her and saying “I wouldn’t want to speak to lying trash like you!”
Finally, she branded Nolan a “horrible person” before the show cut to the adverts.