Can mother nature stop The Rock?

Richard Arnold chats to Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson about his new movie San Andreas. The film which is released tomorrow also stars Carla Gugino, Ioan Gruffudd and Paul Giamatti.

San Andreas imagines the largest magnitude earthquake in recorded history when a previously undetected fault line near the Hoover Dam triggers California's San Andreas Fault. As a result Los Angeles is rocked to its core with chaos and destruction all the way to San Francisco.

The Rock is really happy with life right now - Ross finds out why!

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Alopecia almost ruined my wedding day

I wasn't stressed... I don't know why. I don't know why.

– Ellie on her hair loss

Ellie Baker suffered most bride's worst nightmare when a huge clump of her hair feel out just weeks before her wedding.

The 35-year-old hairdresser from Plymouth was planning the day of her dreams when she started shedding - an effect of a condition called alopecia, which can be caused by stress.

Ellie dreaded being a bald bride - but luckily her best friend Chelsea stepped in and helped fit hair extensions to save the day. Now the pair join GMB and we hear about how Ellie has set up a support group for sufferers - plus our own Ranvir opens up about her own experiences of having the condition since childhood.

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I’ve lived with it since I was about eight or nine

– Good Morning Britain presenter Ranvir Singh

How Ellie's hair looked before her wedding day

Richard and Ricky are Livin' La Vida Loca

No, you were not in my belly - but this woman helped us

– Ricky explaining surrogacy to his children

Grammy Award-winner and music superstar Ricky Martin chats to Richard Arnold about his new single Mr Put Me Down featuring Pitbull.

He also chats about his first UK TV appearance in five years on Britain’s Got Talent plus his new TV talent show La Banda with Simon Cowell.

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Selfie stick anyone?

Is breast really best?

Breast or bottle? Mothers have long wrestled with the decision of how to feed a baby. While those who opt for breast have long felt they've had to fight to be accepted to do so in public, those who can't breast-feed or simply choose not to, say they feel judged.

A survey by Channel Mum shows 69 percent of bottle feeding mums have been judged negatively and 41 percent feel they've failed as a mum and failed their child because they don't breast feed.

We speak to three mums who tell us their experiences.

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