The Good Morning Britain team works tirelessly 24 hours a day to make sure you wake up to the latest headlines. Yet no matter how bleak or serious the news can be, we often end up smiling - and we hope we make you smile too. Here's our top ten feel-good reasons why we think we're worth getting up for in the morning.
If you've got a sea of bags underneath your kitchen sink, you might like to try our head of sound Glen's samosa-style folding.
We can't wait to get home and try it!
Oh - and great filming there from Laura - but if you saw her on Friday you'd expect nothing less...
Coronation Street's Sally Dyvenor, who plays Sally Webster, joins us live from Manchester to chat to us about Sally and Tim's wedding plans.
With the big day just around the corner she should be every inch the blushing bride but instead Sally is wracked with guilt over her kiss with ex-husband Kevin.
Sally is desperate to ensure her wedding goes ahead, but daughter Sophie is in the know and it's not long before neighbour Anna overhears the juicy gossip...
Will Tim be saying I don't instead of I do?
Watch the moment Andi Peters calls up one lucky viewer to tell her that she's won ITV Daytime's one million pound prize.
And after she's had time to digest the news, we give her another call to find out how she's planning to spend, or save, the money.
We all know and love Dean Gaffney from his years playing troublesome teenager Robbie Jackson in EastEnders back in the 90s - and now he's back in the Square with his trusty sidekick, Wellard the dog.
Robbie returned to Walford in September and his odd behaviour immediately sparked concern among his family.
Sister Sonia spots him suspiciously taking money from her purse and after questioning him finds he's penniless after Nita left him.
Dean tells us more, alongside Panther, who plays Wellard the second.
The boys are raring to go
England captain Chris Robshaw will be leading his team out on Saturday against Australia - it will be the most important game they have ever played.
We're joined on the sofa by the first lady of English rugby, Chris's girlfriend and Brit award winning soprano Camilla Kerslake, to find out how they deal with the pressure and what life is like for loved ones.
Last night saw Britain's heroes rub shoulders with the great, the good and the famous, as the Daily Mirror's Pride of Britain awards took place.
Hosted by Carol Vorderman, the annual glittering ceremony marked its 17th year with a star-studded gala at the Grosvenor House on London's Park Lane, which will be televised on Thursday 1st October, 8pm on ITV in a two-hour special.
Our presenters were there to catch up with other famous guests and most importantly honour the winners, including the recipient of our Local Hero Award, Alice Burke!