The moment Majella mortified the life out of hubby Daniel O’ Donnell on live TV

Daniel and Majella O’Donnell have been married for nearly 14 years so we imagine they know each other quite well.

Well, the relationship tests of all relationship tests crossed their path this week when they were on the front line of the famous Loose Woman.


The duo were guests on the ITV show talking all things music, family life and their relationship.

The panel were of course delighted to welcome the 54-year-old singer but even more delighted to welcome Majella as a first time guest.

They chatted about her inspirational cancer survivor story, in which Majella jokingly admitted the during her chemo she didn’t want Daniel around her as he was “getting on her nerves”.

But it gets better …

The moment Majella mortified the life out of hubby Daniel O’ Donnell on live TV

They then went on to talk about Daniel’s bad habits and the downfall of him being so calm and laidback.

“In the same way he doesn't get rattled, he doesn’t get excited,” Majella said before the panel burst into fits of laughter.

She also may have mentioned that she only likes “some of his music”.

Anyone else think Majella deserved her own talk show?

“Sometimes it’s just nice to tell a lie” - we’ve a feeling that could be the title of Daniel’s next hit.

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