Andrea spoke of her happiness with Feeney in Hello! She said: ‘I never thought I’d feel like this again, that I’d fall in love and get the chance to start a new life.
Adams, Sawalha, Jane Moore and Karren Brady were the panellists who appeared in the very first episode and Ruth Langsford appeared in the second episode.
Denise Welch, Gloria Hunniford and Linda Robson first appeared as guest panellists during the third, fourth and fifth series respectively before later becoming regular panellists.
Speaking about the terrifying ordeal, Kim revealed she was left shaken up when flowers were sent to her home address by a man she did not know.
Accompanying the bouquet was a message that read: 'Sorry you couldn't make our date.
The programme was originally broadcast from Norwich before moving to London and focuses on a panel of four female presenters, who interview celebrities, discuss their lives and discuss topical issues, ranging from daily politics and current affairs, to celebrity gossip.
The show's current presenters are Ruth Langsford, Andrea Mc Lean and Christine Lampard.
The mother-of-three went on to confess that her eldest daughter Emily, 20, recently discovered that her identity was being used on a dating site, which falsely claimed that she was bisexual.
Kym divulged: "Since Emily's been about 14/15 there have been various fake sites of her made on social networks.
Kym dished: "The police contacted this guy and it turns out he thought he'd been having a relationship with me."It later unfolded that the man had been in communication with a person pretending to be the former Hear'Say singer for ten years.
Despite using her identity for over a decade, Kym revealed that the police were unable to disclose the culprit, though the 40-year-old star believes it was a woman.
We kept reporting it then it'd be taken off then put back on."One was a dating website claiming that she was bisexual and that she wanted to meet girls - that could be a guy trying to meet young girls."Asked if the issue was ever resolved, she added: "It was really odd.