It was tipped to be one of the big winners at the Oscars awards - and it certainly didn't let itself down. The Silent Child, a film about a girl who is deaf, picked up the award for Best Live Action Short Film.
Whilst in the GMB studio, Rachel shared with us some of her sign language knowledge. Watch and learn!
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The Voice pay my wages now
Pop star Olly Murs brightened up our studio - quite literally in his bright yellow jumper -and told us the latest gossip from The Voice.
Olly made the headlines after leaving the X Factor to join the popular music programme as a coach. Although both shows are on the ITV network, it hasn’t stopped the rumours swirling that Olly and Simon Cowell are no longer on speaking terms.
In response to those rumours, Olly said: “I haven't heard from Simon, I haven't spoken to him but listen, I'm sure we're great. I hope so anyway.”
After his move to the other side, The Voice ratings shot through the roof with 2.5 million viewers - and many fans think the sharp increase is down to the Troublemaker himself!
Watch the full interview above.
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2) The 2018 Oscars’ red carpet is more than three times the length of a football pitch, at 900ft.