This is an authentic one minute film shot entirely in one second as GMB prepared to go to air this morning at 05:59:5.
Today marks one year since Good Morning Britain first came to our screens and to celebrate we decided to bring this unique insight into what really happens in the literal second we're about to go on air.
Filmed on 60 smartphones by 60 different members of the GMB team - in the moment we were about to go on air this morning - it shows the hard graft that goes into making a live breakfast television show each day.
Good Morning Britain editor Neil Thompson said: "This special film marks the ITV Breakfast programme's first anniversary. There are no stars, just one amazing team... but do watch out for a starring role by my right hand at 00:49:18...".
Director Sulaiman Sibai added: "GMB 1 is the title - a nod not only to the programme's first anniversary but also to the one second that it took to shoot the film that captures the show's most crucial second, day in, day out."
A survey has revealed that around half of all dog owners allow their pooches in their beds!
Do you tuck your dogs in at night? We want to see pictures of you tucked up in bed with your dogs.
Get in touch via Facebook, Twitter or by emailing email@example.com before 8am on Wednesday 29 April and we may share your pictures on the show. You must be 18 or over, for terms and conditions see itv.com/terms
Poppy Smart made the papers this week for calling the police on men who wolf-whistled her on her walk to work. She recorded the constant whistling using her smartphone, and contacted one of the construction companies working at the site where the men were wolf-whistling to complain of sexual harassment.
So we want to know whether you find wolf-whistling offensive? Vote in our poll before 07:30 tomorrow morning and let us know what you think. Terms and conditions at itv.com/terms.
Harry Potter star Guy Henry talks about his character Henrik Hanssen's return to Holby City tonight.
Fans of Holby last saw Guy as Hanssen choose family over medicine when he returned to Sweden to spend time with his son and grandson in October 2013.
[It was] frustrating probably more than anything.
International aid is starting to trickle through into Nepal to help the tens of thousand of people left homeless by the earthquake. Kay and Nigel Carpenter faced an agonising wait for news of their son Mitchell.
The 23-year-old from Berkshire was in Nepal to do the Annapurna trail. After a 56 hour wait for news, Mitchell finally contacted his parents yesterday to say he was safe. Kay and Nigel join us to chat about how they felt.
Good Morning Britain is exactly one year old today and we hope you've enjoyed watching the show over the last year as much as we have making it!
Take a look at some of our most favourite laugh out loud moments here...