We recognise that sofa, it looks rather similar to the one often seen in New York's Central Perk with the cast of Friends, but what are the Good Morning Britain presenters doing with it?
Fashion Month is now well underway with celebrities flocking to both New york and London over the last two weeks to take a look at the styles of the season, with Paris and Milan still to come!
Victoria Beckham and Charlotte Ronson have already shown they can cut it in the States, Katy Fawcett went behind the scenes in New York with Matthew Curtis, a hairdresser from Warwickshire, who explains why the best of British are in high demand.
A survey has revealed that almost a third of people have had a problem with a nuisance neighbour in the past year.
The figures from Which? show that residents most complained about:
The organisation is launching a free guide to help people deal with a nuisance neighbour, offering advice such as keeping an incident diary, and resolving issues face to face.
We find out how to solve not-so-neighbourly problems with Dominic Littlewood.
Laura Tobin tells us what to expect over the next 24 hours from the weather and although there may be the odd shower, we can expect some warmth to come our way!
Plus, take care because some fog is on its way...
I don't like going to opening nights, or being photographed, or actually being interviewed!
Legendary artist Barbra Streisand has been speaking to Richard Arnold about the release of her brand new album Partners. Barbra tells Richard what it was like to work with 'extraordinary talent', from Stevie Wonder to Lionel Richie and Michael Buble.
She also chats about the secret to a long and happy marriage, and how she loves spending time alone and with her family.
Daring Betty Bicker-Robinson is the 87-year-old granny who is going to skydive to raise money for a hospice following the death of her second husband, who was cared for by the charity.
Tragically, she also lost her first husband and her son to cancer, the skydive takes place on Saturday, and she joins us today for a chat.
If I had 25 cents for every time I had to leave a message on one of my son's friends answering machines, I'd be a very rich man
Academy Award nominee and Hollywood star Liam Neeson chats to Charlotte Hawkins about his new film opposite Downton Abbey's Dan Stevens, A Walk Among the Tombstones.
Based on Lawrence Block's best-selling series of mystery novels, Liam stars as Matt Scudder, an ex-NYPD cop who now works as an unlicensed private investigator operating just outside the law.