Special leave for X Factor's Charlie

I'm not sure, maybe it was my nerves or maybe it was my song choice...

– Charlie on why Mel B wasn't impressed with his singing last night

Charlie Martinez was given special leave from the US airforce by the Pentagon to take part in this year's X Factor competition!

Despite winning over X Factor judge Mel B he wowed the 5,000 strong audience at Wembley last night and secured himself a place in this year's boot camp.

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Richard's going gaga for Gaga!

On Friday Richard Arnold chats to singing sensations Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett - they're talking jazz!

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Celebrating 20 years of Friends

Can you believe it's 20 years ago today since Friends first hit our screens?

The show, based on six friends who hang out in a coffee shop, went on to become one of the most successful sitcoms ever produced. Ross King has been chatting to Jennifer Anniston and Lauren Tom who played Ross' girlfriend Julie, Christina Pickles who played Monica and Ross' Mum, and James Michael Tyler aka Gunther!

The Good Morning Britain presenters recreate the Friends opening titles

What's your favourite scene from Friends?

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We're celebrating 20 years of Friends!

The cast of Friends

Coming up on Monday’s Good Morning Britain, we’re celebrating 20 years of Friends as we chat to Lauren Tom who played Ross' girlfriend Julie, Christina Pickles who played Monica and Ross' Mum, and James Michael Tyler aka Gunther!

Plus this autumn you could be heading to the fun-filled, sun-filled destination of Orlando courtesy of us. We're launching a free-to-enter competition to give one hundred of you the chance to have Breakfast in America this November, and Jack Osbourne has all the details!

Tune into Good Morning Britain from 6am this morning.

Celebrities react on Twitter: 'Och aye, it's the noo!'

Journalist and broadcaster Piers Morgan took to Twitter to voice his thoughts

Celebrities have been tweeting their thoughts on Scotland's decision to vote against independence.

Jonathan Ross, Geri Halliwell and Piers Morgan were some of the celebrities who commented.