We want to know who puts a spring in your step in the morning?
The server in your local shop, the ticket inspector on your train, your teacher or even your boss? We want to know who puts a smile on your face and why?
Get in touch via Facebook, Twitter or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org before 8.00am on Tuesday 20 April and we may use your comments on the show. You must be 18 or over, for terms and conditions see itv.com/terms.
Author Natasha Devon is supporting our #SelfieEsteem campaign and offering her top tips to help you gain confidence in yourself.
So what are you waiting for? Read through her advice, pose and get snapping!
What you can expect in the semi-finals - it's gonna be a level up!
It's been nearly six years since dance troupe Diversity beat Susan Boyle in an extraordinary Britain's Got Talent final, and now it's another dance act's time to shine.
Dance act Boyband join Good Morning Britain to talk about making it through to the semi-final of Britain's Got Talent after their performance inspired Ant and Dec to push their Golden Buzzer on Saturday night.
It's horrible, it's absolutely horrible.
Nearly 130,000 people in the UK live with Parkinson's Disease, and a report out today shows their life is often made more difficult because of the way they're perceived - with more than half of sufferers saying they've experienced hostility or rudeness.
We speak to Andi Robertson who's been diagnosed with the disease. He's had Parkinson's since 2001 and underwent radical brain surgery last year to try and halt its progress. We followed his journey as he prepared to have the treatment.
That's right Susanna, hair and make-up are allowed so long as you don't use a filter, and share the first picture you take on social media!
All parents want their children to have a good education, but should they be the ones to decide what age they start school?
One mum Rosie Dutton has convinced her council to let her daughter start a year later than normal, so she wouldn't be the youngest in her class. It's a decision she hopes will mean Olivia gets the most out of her schooling.
Research appears to be in their favour, showing children who start after only just turning four get consistently lower results, tend to be more unhappy at school, and are more likely to leave education at the age of 16.
Do people see the flaws that you see when you look in the mirror? We asked a group of women and men to look into a mirror and describe what they see.
This is no normal mirror - unknown to them there are complete strangers on the other side describing what they see too. The comments were played back to our participants - will they finally overcome their insecurities and learn to love their selfies? Take a look.
After what has been a pretty good April so far the weather for many of us this week continues to stay fine and settled, but it could be more unsettled over the weekend.
Check out Laura Tobin's forecast for more details on the weather in your area.