The former party girl, who was also previously a panelist on the ITV show, was praised by the presenters on the programme.
“She was such a lovely, lovely person, I don’t remember one time where she didn’t make me laugh."
The 70-year-old journalist added: “She was a bubbly person who lifted up a room.”
Janet went on to address Tara's public battle with addiction and drugs, explaining: “Yes, she had problems with drugs, but, really, she just struggled to live up to the reputation she was given of 'It Girl'.
“She just wanted to find a man and play the piano at home!”
The Loose Women were not the only one to share their tributes and memories about the troubled star,
Tara Palmer-Tomkinson previously on Loose Women
She was such a lovely, lovely person, I don’t remember one time where she didn’t make me laugh
The star reminisced about one of the times she had gone out to lunch with Tara, revealing that the pair drove down Piccadilly in an open top car. "How Tara is that?” Janet added.
Meanwhile, Birds of a Feather star Linda, 58, also paid tribute to Tara, saying: "She was a lovely person, and she worked so hard.
“She was so generous, she said to me, ‘Your skin’s a bit dry,’ and then came back with all these creams.”
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The Loose Women were not the only one to share their tributes and memories about the troubled star, This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby also shared her thoughts on Tara: “She was incredibly funny and incredibly generous with her time and spirit.”
The Loose Women pay tribute to Tara Palmer-Tomkinson
Tara Palmer-Tomkinson: 1971-2017
Thu, February 9, 2017
Socialite Tara Palmer-Tomkinson, the original 90s 'It Girl' has died aged 45 after battling a brain tumour.
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At her birthday party in Mayfair in 1998.
The Loose Women pay tribute to party girl Tara Palmer-Tomkinson
Piers Morgan, radio host Tony Blackburn and Boy George have been among the celebrities to have praised the late star after news of her death broke.
Tara was found dead at her home in London at the age of 45 after suffering from a brain tumour.
She revealed her shock diagnosis in November last year after she admitting that she had undergone a series of blood tests the previous summer.
Loose Women airs weekdays on ITV at 12.30pm.