Texas singer Sharleen Spiteri joins Good Morning Britain to chat about celebrating 25 years since the band's first single was released. They also give us an acoustic performance of one of their most memorable hits, I Don't Want a Lover.
Watch Texas' performance:
Sheridan Smith has been channelling everyone's favourite Scouser in her new role as Cilla Black for ITV drama Cilla.
Charlotte Hawkins caught up with her to see how it was playing such an iconic figure.
This Tuesday on Good Morning Britain Richard Arnold chats to the one, the only, the legend that is - Barbra Streisand!
But it seems she's got one or two things to say on the way Richard (and the rest of us Brits) pronounce her surname!
Most of this whole entire experience of Happy, I attribute to everyone else…
Richard's been chatting to singer songwriter and snappy tune extraordinaire Pharrell Williams!
He's responsible for the most downloaded track of all time, selling 1.6 million copies of his single Happy.
It's hard to believe it's been over a year since comedian Tim Vine wowed us all with his Justin Timberlake dance routine on Comic Relief.
And this year, he's been impressing audiences at the Edinburgh Fringe where his one-liner was voted the funniest of the festival.
And now he's dusting off a TV classic, as tonight sees the return of a brand new series of Celebrity Squares...
He's got TV [BAFTAs] they give them to everyone!
Reece Shearsmith and Noel Clarke join us to talk about their roles in ITV's thrilling new drama, Chasing Shadows, which follows a police unit as they track down serial killers.
Reece hinted at the return of the League of Gentlemen and the pair had an award-off on the sofa, Reece has won two BAFTAs for TV, Noel has one one for film - does that match up to the same? It might if Noel has any say in it!
Detective drama Scott and Bailey has become one of the ITV's most successful drama series and has even managed to conquer the states.
Richard Arnold went behind the scenes with the cast to find out what's in store for us in the latest series!
Luckily because I've got reflexes of a viper I ducked out of the way!
The Royle Family and Two Pints of Larger and a packet of Crisps star Ralf Little is chatting to us today about his move from royalty to mucking out in his new BBC drama Our Zoo which started this month.
The show is based on the inspiring real story of the eccentric Mottershead family who established Chester Zoo in the 1930s.