Coleen Nolan will undergo treatment for pre-melanoma when she is finished with her UK tour.

Coleen Nolan will undergo treatment for pre-cancerous cells when she completes her UK tour

Coleen Nolan will undergo treatment for pre-cancerous cells when she completes her UK tour

The 58-year-old star was diagnosed with skin cancer in the summer of 2023 and managed to get through it but doctors have now discovered a form of pre-cancerous melanoma within a "tiny bit of dry skin" and she will begin treatment for it when her 'Naked' tour comes to an end towards the end of March.

She is quoted by The Sun as saying: "I got skin cancer last year. I had carcinoma on my shoulder which has now gone. And had chemo cream on my shoulder so that burned that off. And then I’ve got this tiny bit of dry skin. I’ve been saying for ages, it doesn’t matter how much oil or cream I put on it, it won’t go. But doctors said, 'That is pre-melanoma, it will turn into skin cancer which is worse than carcinoma. So I’m getting that treated when the tour ends."

The 'Loose Women' panellist was part of 1980s pop group The Nolans alongside her older sisters Linda, Maureen, and Bernie - who died in 2013 at the age of 52 following a battle with breast cancer - but has never performed on her own before and recently admitted she didn't want to "regret" not doing so later in life, especially after her sister Linda discovered that her cancer had spread to her brain.

She told BANG Showbiz: "When my sister Linda got re-diagnosed with cancer, the cancer had gone to her brain - and we’ve already lost Bernie - I thought that the chances of us singing together again now were very slim and when I get really old when I can’t actually do anything, I think my regret would be that I never got to sing again.

"I thought ‘Do it now!’ because I don’t know.

"At first, I thought I would like to do it at some point. And then Linda got re-diagnosed and then I thought I might not have ‘at some point’, so just do it. "