We're full of Glee to have Kevin at GMB

He's just taking over the world!

– Kevin on Dustin Hoffman

Glee star and host of Virtually Famous Kevin McHale joins us to chat about uniting music and acting once again in his big screen role in new film: The Choir - in which he stars alongside Dustin Hoffman.

As the final series of Glee comes to an end in the US, Kevin told Ben and Susanna, "We had an incredible run, it was obviously life-changing for a number of reasons."

Kevin added that people were surprised he wasn't in a wheelchair like his Glee character Artie Abrams, "Six years on, it happens every single day."

In The Choir, Kevin goes from being a student of music, to a teacher. On working with Dustin Hoffman, Kevin revealed, "We bonded, I love him. He's serious, we talked a lot about politics ... he's just taking over the world!"

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Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner announce divorce

Hollywood couple Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner are to end their ten-year marriage, the pair have confirmed in a statement.

The couple said: "After much thought and careful consideration, we have made the difficult decision to divorce.

We go forward with love and friendship for one another and a commitment to co-parent our children, whose privacy we ask to be respected during this difficult time."

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He said he'd be back! Arnie reprises Terminator role

No no no, this guy only has 27 lines! I don't want to go backwards with my career. I want to be a hero!

– Arnold Schwarzenegger wanted to play the hero in Terminator but a chat with director James Cameron led to him becoming the Terminator

He's back! Just like he promised.

But as the Terminator makes its return, Arnold Schwarzenegger tells us that he wasn't originally the main man for the role as he wanted to play hero, Kyle Reese.

Arnie was telling director, James Cameron, how he thought the role of the Terminator should play out with such passion that James suggested he play the role himself. He said, "I was like uh-oh, I hope I didn't open my mouth too much... I wanted to be a hero!"

It's Stephen the laughter Merchant!

I get to do some proper acting, which I think you'll be impressed by.

– Stephen on his theatre role in The Mentalists

Writer, comedian, director and actor Stephen Merchant joins us to talk about treading the boards in the play The Mentalists.

Written by Richard Bean, the award-winning writer of Made In Dagenham, the play is about two men who are holed up in a Finsbury Park hotel room and forced to confront the darker side of their unique relationship.

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Dean Gaffney is returning to EastEnders

Dean Gaffney, aka Robbie Jackson, has announced he will be returning to EastEnders.

Dean has had a bit of a crazy past few years, first making headlines in 2006 when he famously went into the I'm A Celebrity jungle and squealed his way through every Bushtucker Trial, and later making headlines after a car crash that left him with a scar down his forehead, just two years ago.

Gaffney even tried to become an MI5 spy in 2012 saying that he has an 'inquiring mind'. But that didn't work out - or did it?

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It's Springer the singer!

US talk show host Jerry Springer joins us ahead of the 25th year of The Jerry Springer Show.

He's the king of the tabloid talk show and although controversial, The Jerry Springer Show has proved a ratings hit in America for almost 25 years. He's the voice of reason in a programme which combines cabaret with chaos as guests entertain, argue, and even fight each other.

The next series of The Jerry Springer Show starts on 25 August.

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Exclusive: Rod Stewart's another country

I've been very fortunate, it's still as great to make music now.

– Rod Stewart

Rod Stewart talks exclusively to GMB about his brand new, self-penned album Another Country, which will be his 29th to date!

With a career spanning more than half a century including seven number one singles and 28 top ten albums in the UK, Rod is one of the biggest selling artists of all time.

On his 29th album, Rod said, "I make the music for my fans now."