X Factor 2005 Winner, Rock of Ages and Dancing on Ice star Shayne Ward joins us today to chat about life since the show.
Alex Ferns was once voted Britain's most hated soap villain for playing Trevor Morgan in EastEnders, tackling the hard-hitting domestic abuse storyline.
But he soon ditched that cold hard look for jazz hands and dancing in musicals such as South Pacific and Guys and Dolls.
From crazy cats to dancing dogs animals have taken the internet by storm with many becoming global superstars fronting billion dollar brands.
A new documentary 'The rise of superstar pets' follows the story of professional animal agents and pet owners cashing in on their celebrity animals! We're joined now by Spud AKA the Dulux Dog and his owner Gina.
It's a sitcom about normal teachers in a school, and I play Mr Church who is in love with Catherine Tate's character.
Richard Arnold visits the set of Big School and chats to stars David Walliams and Catherine Tate.
It's a fun huge energy show with wonderful comedy and wonderful songs.
Funny man Brian Conley joins us in the studio to discuss his role as America's greatest showman in musical Barnum which will be touring the country.
He's described it as his 'dream role', and told Ben it's "without a doubt one of the greatest musicals".
We've got the dream [judging] panel back!
X Factor finalist Rhydian joined us on today's show in the run up to the new series which starts this weekend.
He chatted about what he thought of the new judging panel and why he wasn't offended that people thought Richard Arnold was his uncle... Confused?
Watch the interview to see what we mean!
Sherlock writer Steven Moffat and actors Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman have won Emmys for the final episode of the latest series.
American drama Breaking Bad also won big, collecting six gongs in total, including the award for Outstanding Drama Series.
Ross King has the latest on the glittering ceremony at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles.
This year's gonna be something a bit special I think, I'm looking to see a little bit of rivalry from Cheryl and Mel because I know that they're both quite fiery characters in their own right!
He set The X Factor stage on fire back in 2011 and now Marcus Collins is preparing for his first tour with a whole new Motown sound.
He joins us to reminisce about The X Factor and tell us what life has been like since the show.