Wendi Peters - known for playing Cilla in Coronation Street - join Good Morning Britain to talk about her role in the West End's Oh What A Lovely War!
A satirical musical about World War 1, the show's packed with familiar songs from that era including Pack Up Your Trouble and It's a Long Way To Tipperary performed against a projected backdrop of images and shocking statistics conveying hard realities of war
The play was adapted by legendary left-wing theatre director Joan Littlewood whose theatre company was based at the Theatre Royal in Stratford. The play was first staged in 1963.
Hollywood star David Harewood has shared the big screen with Leonardo Di Caprio and earned an MBE for services to drama. But the Homeland actor says his finest moment was away from the cameras and the red carpet, when he was able to save someone's life by donating his bone marrow.
The actor is now appealing for more ethnic minority donors to join the Anthony Nolan Bone Marrow Register.
I think we've got used to being a three now. There's one less coat but we're still giving 100% with or without Jason
Take That chat to Richard Arnold about life as a three-piece and playing spies in the video for their Get Ready For It, the official song for the Kingsman movie and also taken from the album III.
Howard also opened up about his recent wedding to Katie Halil: 'She's a great girl and we're very happy. She's great with my children and the woman I want to spend the rest of my life with.'
Get Ready For It will feature on the soundtrack for new film Kingsman: The Secret Service which is out on 29 January.
British actor Eddie Redmayne beat off competition from Michael Keaton and Benedict Cumberbatch to pick up the prize for Best Actor at the Screen Actor's Guild Awards in Hollywood last night.
Eddie was a surprise winner, collecting the gong for his excellent portrayal of Professor Stephen Hawking in The Theory Of Everything.
He dedicated his award to sufferers and victims of ALS.
The bash is usually a strong marker of who is in line for Oscars success next month.
Birdman and Downton were also winners on the night.
It's all up in the air at the moment
Stevi admitted fans will have to 'watch this space' with regards to his relationship with former X Factor co-star Chloe-Jasmine.
He said: “Me and Chloe-Jasmine are good friends, we’ve been seeing each other you know because we are good friends, we get on so well."
He also revealed Chloe-Jasmine narrowly escaped going BLIND during a recent accident.
"She’s a lovely girl and she’s done something to her eye at the moment so she had a bit of plastic in it and she had a bit of an eye patch on on Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit on the Side the other night," he added.
"I feel a bit sorry for her actually - she’s alright, but she could have gone blind but luckily the plastic is now out so we talk to each other quite regularly. She’s a lovely girl.”
Stevi and fellow X Factor finalist Andrea Faustini also revealed their excitement ahead of the show's eagerly-anticipated tour.
Andrea said: "I've come from a month of sofa, fridge and food so I'm ready for the tour! We start rehearsals next week and we're so excited."
Stevi added: "I can't wait to entertain the thousands of people who have paid to come along. We're going to put on a good show."
He's known for playing so many iconic characters and for Johnny Depp, this time it is all about his latest character - the moustache.
Fresh from his night at the NTA's Richard Arnold has more!
The stars were out in force at the National Television Awards last night - despite not winning any awards Coronation Street stole the show with tributes to Anne Kirkbride who played Deirdre Barlow and passed away this week.