A Discussion On Foot Massages Turns Sideways Leaving The Panel & Audience In Hysterics | Loose Women

A discussion on foot massages turns sideways leaving the panel & audience in hysterics | loose women

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Reflexologist Michele Stevens claims that a foot massage can help women get a better night’s sleep. But would you be happy to give one to your partner or vice versa? Jane shares that she can’t stand feet whilst Judi is all for foot massages plus more!

From series 26, broadcast on 22/09/22

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