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broke down in tears as she watched a clip of her 'Life Before Loose' on 's  on Wednesday morning. <br>The comedian, 42, couldn't hold back the waterworks as she dabbed her eyes with a tissue while watching the emotional clip. <br>The Loose Women panellist was comforted by her co-stars Kaye Adams, Jane Moore and Gloria Hunniford as she got 'overwhelmed'. <br>              (image:  )    'Overwhelming': Judi Love broke down in tears as she watched a clip of her 'Life Before Loose' on ITV's Loose Women on Wednesday morning<br>Judi said: 'It's overwhelming, it's joyous tears.  When you're living in the journey and so busy doing it and so focused on where you want to get to, that you kind of park things where they are, where they have been because you're on a new path.<br>  RELATED ARTICLES                    Share this article Share 138 shares    'Seeing it all back, you remember the process, you remember the tiredness, the joy, the hurt, the laughter, the people. That's what it's done.'<br>The daytime TV star wowed in a neon green number as tears streamed down her face during the montage which showed her life story.  <br>      (image:  )    Reflecting: The comedian, 42, couldn't hold back the waterworks as she dabbed her eyes with a tissue while watching the emotional clip<br>Reliving her childhood, Judi explain how she grew up in Hackney with her mother who had a brain aneurysm when she was just nine years old. <br>'I had some of the biggest traumas, being a child carer.<br>'My mum was doing what she does so well, which was cooking and she didn't feel well, I remember her calling me and then she started to pray and I knew something was wrong.'<br>      (image:  )    Supportive: The Loose Women panelist was comforted by her co-stars Kaye Adams, Jane Moore and Gloria Hunniford as she got 'overwhelmed'<br>Judi's dad turned up at the home and her mum was then taken to intensive care following being resuscitated and rehabilitated.<br>The TV star explained how she turned to comedy to deal with the trauma as she became 'a chubby girl' with a 'big personality'. <br>She added: 'Comedy was a way of me navigating through emotions I was feeling.'<br>Judi's mum died weeks before she gave birth to her first child after suffering with dementia.<br>      (image:  )    Incredible: The daytime TV star wowed in a neon green number as tears streamed down her face following the clip which showed her life story<br>The Loose Women star recalled: 'I was doing an imitation of my aunty - and my mum's eyes were closed, she's taking quite deep breaths.  I was doing that and was big belly pregnant as we call it, and she laughed.<br>'Everyone was like, "Oh my God!" I did it again and she laughed. What else could be the greatest thing that as your mum is travelling, I made her laugh. <br>'That's what made me think, "If I can do that, then I can try and do comedy. That was the push."'<br>During her comedy career, Judi was invited by Loose Women editor Sally Shelford to be a guest on the show after a video of her went viral and was later asked to be on the panel which she said caused her to 'hysterically cry'. <br>      (image:  )    Wow: Reliving her childhood, Judi explain how she grew up with her mother who had a brain aneurysm when she was just nine years old and how she used that trauma to get into comedy<br>  adverts.addToArray({"pos":"inread_player"})Advertisement
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