Coleen Nolan abused by vicious trolls over Dancing On Ice cameo

Coleen Nolan was targeted by vile trolls after her surprise appearance on Dancing On Ice tonight.

The Loose Women star, 53, was bombarded with nasty messages on Twitter after she was spotted in the audience during pal Saira Khan’s routine.

She was seen cheering on her mate from the sidelines and it sent Twitter into meltdown.

Poor Coleen was bombarded hateful abuse, with one troll writing: “I thought we’d agreed that Coleen Nolan wasn’t allowed on television anymore. DancingOnIce.”

Another added: “OMG did I just see that revolting Coleen Nolan. Can’t stand the woman DancingonIce.”

Coleen Nolan was seen in the audience of Dancing On Ice tonight
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A third wrote: “Why give that horrendous Coleen Nolan airtime nasty nasty woman dancingonice.”

Many even threatened to boycott the show over Coleen’s brief appearance.

Another troll tweeted: ” Honestly after seeing that god awful Coleen Nolan on my screen I’ve had to switch over to Countryfile to calm myself #DancingonIce #CountryfileOnIce .”

The abuse came hours after it was revealed Coleen was forced to step away from Loose Women because of trolls.

She was there to support her pal Saira Khan
(Image: ITV)
She was abused over her row with Kim Woodburn
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She was sent terrifying death threats over her jaw-dropping row with Kim Woodbur n

One even told her to “die of cancer” like her sister Bernie Nolan, who passed away in 2013.

Coleen told the Mirror’s Notebook magazine it prompted her to take a break from Loose Women.

She said: “When the death threats happened it was a catalyst and it all hit me. I needed to get a grip on my life…

“You have to be made of steel to not be affected by hurtful comments. But when people were saying things like, ‘I hope you die of cancer like your sister’, it was time to stop.”

Coleen Nolan was forced off Loose Women by trolls last year
(Image: ITV)

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