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Maybe it's all gonna go wrong because she likes a bad boy, I think!
This week in Coronation Street, Steve and Michelle head up the aisle, Kal proposes to Leanne, Jenny prepares to do a runner with baby Jack and as Tracy's life is left in tatters, she vows to ruin those who have crossed her.
Hell hath no fury like a Tracy Barlow scorned and as she wreaks revenge on her enemies it becomes clear she has murder in mind. With a wedding, a kidnap plot, a fire and much more, this is a week not to be missed with twists and shocks in every episode.
Richard Arnold is live from the cobbles alongside Jane Danson outside knicker factory Underworld, where the pair show us an exclusive clip from the soap.
Up to six Fifa officials, including vice-president Jeffrey Webb, have been arrested in a dawn raid at a five-star hotel by Swiss authorities this morning, at the request of the US Department of Justice.
Guardian journalist Owen Gibson updates us from Switzerland.
He is part of my life so I know he’s special.
They say you can't teach an old dog new tricks but that's certainly not the case for Britain's Got Talent's Jules and Matisse. The pair are heading for this weekend's live final, but in between rehearsing their routine they've dropped by to show us a trick or two!
Matisse's owner Jules O'Dwyer said: "He’s an actor but we understand each other we understand each other’s every move", she said that Matisse is a very special dog and being part of the final is "just fantastic!"
It was an absolutely wonderful day
Rick Haines has honoured a promise he gave 24 years ago to his bone marrow donor by inviting him to his daughter's wedding in Pennsylvania.
Ian Brown joined the Anthony Nolan register when his son was being treated for testicular cancer when he was nine months old. In 1991 he got a call saying he was a match for a patient in the US.
This was Rick, who at the time was terminally ill with aplastic anaemia and only had a few weeks to live. All he wanted was the chance to see his little girl walk down the aisle and Ian's bone marrow donation made that happen when it was flown to the USA on Concorde.
I set myself little goals.
When Claire Crowthers comfort ate her way to 14 stone the midwife received a comment about her weight from a stranger.
Determined to lose weight before her wedding the 31-year-old from Wrexham joined a slimming club and started training. Claire and husband Stephen lost a shocking eight stone between them with Claire slimming down from a size 14 to a six!
She said: "You do look back sometimes and think gosh that was me and you can’t get your head around things sometimes".