Tulisa throws Loose Women into disarray as she pulls out of appearance at the last minute
Tulisa pulled out of a scheduled Loose Women appearance last minute on Thursday.
Presenter Kaye Adams had teased her appearance at the start of the show but just minutes before she was due on, the N-Dubz star, 35, did not come on air.
Towards the end of the show, Kaye said: ‘Just a quick note about Tulisa who was supposed to be on the show today’
‘Unfortunately, she’s sadly had to pull out at the last minute because she is feeling really poorly.
‘So, we are sending her all of our love. Feel better and come back and see us soon Tulisa.’
Rest up! Tulisa threw Loose Women into disarray when she pulled out of an appearance at the last minute on Thursday after becoming unwell, (pictured earlier this month)
Kaye, (left), said: ‘Just a quick note about Tulisa who was supposed to be on the show today. Unfortunately, she’s sadly had to pull out at the last minute because she is feeling really poorly
MailOnline has contacted a spokesperson for Tulisa for more information.
Just over a fortnight ago, Tulisa refused to discuss her troubled past when probed by Ranvir Singh during an awkward exchange on Good Morning’s Britain.
She appeared on the ITV show to promote N-Dubz’s latest album alongside bandmates Dappy and Fazer.
After discussing their comeback Ranvir said: ‘Tulisa you’re still very young and you’ve already been through a midlife crisis’ before going on to ask the star if her years in the public eye had ‘taken their toll’.
Refusing to engage the beaming songstress snapped back: ‘No, I’m feeling amazing, life is fantastic, and I wouldn’t rather be doing anything else’.
In 2014 the former X Factor judge was found not guilty in court over much publicised allegations of brokering a drug deal with Sun investigative reporter and ‘Fake Sheikh’ Mahzer Mahmood.
During her BBC3 documentary filmed during her trial, Tulisa revealed she had been left with thoughts of taking her own life and ‘necked pain killers with vodka’.
Then in 2016 she pled guilty to drink driving and handed a 15-month ban after crashing her £150,000 Ferrari in north London.
She was also rocked when a six-minute sex tape featuring herself was leaked online in 2012 which she described ‘torture’.
Probing: Tulisa found herself in an awkward exchange with GMB’s Ranvir Singh, (right), earlier this month as N-Dubz star was questioned about her ‘midlife crisis’ following troubled past
Court case: In 2014 the former X Factor judge was found not guilty in court over much publicised allegations of brokering a drug deal with Sun investigative reporter and ‘Fake Sheikh’ Mahzer Mahmood (pictured arriving at court)
Back together: N-Dubz (L-R) Dappy, Tulisa, Fazer
The N-Dubz star spoke out as she recorded an interview with funnyman Alan Carr at the time and revealed she feared the whole country would think badly of her.
She told him as she held back tears: ‘I thought: ‘The whole of the UK thinks I’m a sl**per.’
Elsewhere during the chat Tulisa spoke about possibility of teaming up with Little Mix, who she coached to victory on The X Factor back in 2011.
Telling hosts Ranvir and Ben Shephard: ‘I would love to, it’s not something we’ve talked about’.
‘I am still in touch with them, I just talked to Leigh-Anne now before I came on and said ‘there’s a launch party tonight do you want to come?’.
It is set to be a busy few months for Tulisa as N-Dubz are also set to release their first new album in 13 years, Timeless, in August, after their reunion tour last year.
After forming in 2000, they embarked on a successful career, which saw them release two platinum-certified albums, as well as eight top 40 hits.
Their most famous hits include No Regrets, Say It’s Over, Number One and Playing With Fire.