It's certainly been an interesting couple of weeks in the British TV world.

Following the spat between Roxanne Pallet and Ryan Thomas on 'Celebrity Big Brother', complaints to British TV watchdog OFCOM also poured in by the thousand regarding Coleen Nolan's argument with Kim Woodburn on 'Loose Women'.

The pair - who were, coincidentally, housemates on last year's 'Celebrity Big Brother' - had another falling-out on live TV last week after Woodburn accused Nolan of bullying her and stormed off the set.

Although a tearful Nolan appeared on 'Good Morning' with Philip Schofield and Holly Willoughby to have her say on Tuesday, it's now been revealed that she is to take an 'immediate hiatus' from all of her work commitments, including 'Loose Women' and a planned solo tour.

A statement released by her team blamed the 'constant online bullying, trolling and misrepresentation of her words' for the hiatus, adding that "Coleen has spent 50 years in showbusiness and 18 years as one of the most loved members of the Loose Women panel and has never been subject to such a horrifying torrent of online abuse or such a heartbreaking attack on her reputation."

Is she justified in her actions, or should she have bitten the bullet and apologised?

Read the full statement below: