Coming up on Monday... One Direction!

They are the planet's biggest pop band, with a staggering 94 number ones and over 46 million records sold in just four short years, One Direction have gone from energetic pop upstarts to international superstars.

On Monday Kate Garraway catches up with Harry, Louis, Liam, Niall and Zayn to find out about their brand new album Four, DVD, book and their huge World Tour.

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World exclusive look at Take That's new video

Good Morning Britain has a world exclusive look at the new single These Days from Take That!

The video for the single, which is released on 23 November, shows the band members in a comedic day in the life getting read for a TV performance. The band say the song is a nod to the music that defined their early years.

Strictly has been 'an enormous amount of fun!'

I hoped that I would be a bit better than I am because of my sporty background!

– Judy Murray on her dancing skills

Britain's most famous tennis-mum, Judy Murray, joins Good Morning Britain after escaping yet another Strictly elimination.

In addition to dancing, Andy's mother talks about swapping sportswear for glamorous dresses and fake tan, plus there's a mention of her newly-found six pack!

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Elijah Wood: At the Movies

Maybe Daniel Radcliffe?

– Elijah Wood on who should play him in a film of his life

The star of The Lord of The Rings, The Faculty and Sin City, Elijah Wood, stopped by for a chat about his love of films, both professionally and personally.

So what's his favourite film? Which does he watch on repeat? And which actor would he choose to play him in a movie of his life? Watch the video to find out!

Elijah discusses his latest role as the aspiring Canadian poet John Malcolm Brinnan in Set Fire to the Stars

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From Hobbit to aspiring poet...

These feet are latex so they're probably over 15 years old and I haven't actually looked at them!

– Elijah Wood, on his Frodo Baggins hobbit feet

In his latest role, Hollywood star Elijah Wood plays an aspiring Canadian poet, as he takes on the new Dylan Thomas biopic Set Fire to the Stars.

Set in 1950s New York, Elijah plays John Malcolm Brinnan, the then aspiring Canadian-born poet and academic who brought Dylan Thomas to the States for the first time for a tour of university readings - a visit that sealed Thomas' global reputation as a renowned poet and hell-raiser.

He joins us today on the Good Morning Britain sofa to talk about his role.

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What is Laura doing on the floor?

It seems Laura Tobin dressed as a zebra crossing for today's show - much to the amusement of co-presenter Charlotte Hawkins...

She was spotted on the studio cameras doing her best zebra crossing impression lying on the studio floor whilst Charlotte took a photo!