Viewers will see Charlie Condou leave Coronation Street for the second time this week.
The actor, who plays midwife Marcus Dent, initially left in 2008 before returning to the show in 2011.
Today he joins us in the studio to tell us all about his departure.
It's been a busy time for The Saturdays, especially for new mums Una, Rochelle and Frankie, who have all gone back to work since having their babies.
In between family life and planning weddings the girls have been busy working on the music video for their new single What Are You Waiting For, which is released on 10 August - and we've got a sneeky look behind the scenes for you!
The girls will embark on a 12-date tour this September to coincide with the release of a compilation album of their greatest hits.
In the past, Kirstie Allsopp has shown us how to buy a house as well as how to make lovely things for it, but now she's showing us how we can fill it for free!
Emma Watson has landed her first role after graduating from University, but she the job will not put her anywhere near a film set.
The Harry Potter star has been named the UN's Goodwill Ambassador for Women, and was praised for "passion and intellect" by her new boss.
Ms Watson, who graduated from Brown University earlier this year, said she "could not imagine an opportunity more exciting".
Britain's Got Talent winners Ashleigh and Pudsey pop in to talk about Pudsey turning his paws to acting in Pudsey the Dog: The Movie.
Plus, the talented pair don't leave the sofa before showing us a couple of tricks...
Peter Andre's taking his music on tour and last month Robbie Williams broke a fan's arm whilst falling during a show.
Has Peter ever caused injury to himself on tour? And just how clumsy is he? Watch our interview to find out!