Band members Shane Filan, Nicky Bryne, Mark Feehily and Kian Egan have replaced the usual Loose Women ladies to host the daytime show.
The Loose Women title has been dropped as Westlife will take over as presenters to celebrate the release of their brand new album.
The show has temporarily been renamed to Loose Life as the Loose Women panellists interview the boyband before they're given full reigns of hosting duties on the show.
Westlife join the panel to discuss topics that are important to them during the one off broadcast as they also look back to their incredible career and their next steps for the future.
Kaye announced on the show that the boyband would be taking over from the Loose Women panel as they questioned what they had let themselves in for.
Taking to Twitter, viewers shared their joy about the fact that the boyband would be taking over.
One user wrote: "I'm ready and I can't wait."
Another said: "Oh I will not miss that."
Elsewhere, fans were left devastated that they couldn't fit the show into their schedule, with one user writing: "Oh how exciting! Shame I'm working and will have to catch up on the hub."
The show coincides with the launch of their latest studio album, Wild Dreams, which was released today.
Speaking ahead of his debut on the show, Mark said: "We are incredibly excited to release our new album and celebrate that with this special Loose Women takeover."
He added: "It is going to be great to sit behind the famous desk and discuss the issues that matter to us and talk about our new music and plans for next year's tour.
"We're really looking forward to 'Loose Life'! As far as I know, no one has ever done this before. It is going to be great."
The band, who announced their split in 2012 and focused on their solo careers before reuniting in 2019.
They were gearing up to return to their stage in 2020 but due to the Covid-19 pandemic their tour dates were put on hold, but as they released their new album, they're preparing to head back to the stage.
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