TV presenter Mariella Frostrop joins Reverend Richard Coles - Britain's most famous vicar and former member of 80's band the Communards - in search of the nation's best amateur artists in the BBC's The Big Painting Challenge.
But what happens when we ask our team to draw each other?
Sean and Richard look pretty pleased with their efforts!
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David Bowie and George Michael both received posthumous awards at the 2017 Brits last night, with Little Mix, Robbie Williams and Adele also taking home a statuette.
This award is for all the kooks and all the people who make the kooks
However, American popstar Katy Perry was causing the headlines as she made a political statement during her performance by using puppets portraying Donald Trump and Theresa May.
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He weren't too complimentary about you, son
Shortly after delivering a custard pie straight to Ross King's face for his birthday (watch the hilarious moment below), Vinnie Jones joined us live from our LA studio to tell us about life in Hollywood and overcoming his family health problems.
In 2013 both he and his wife Tanya battled skin cancer and this May the pair will be going out to celebrate 30 years since she had a heart transplant. However life is now going swimmingly for the Jones' in sunny Hollywood and Vinnie was in high spirits as he gave his view on Wayne Shaw's pie-eating, his latest business venture selling carpets and more.
Plus, which A-list star told Vinnie that he isn't exactly Piers' biggest fan during a golfing session? Watch the above video to find out...
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It's been a tumultuous time for Michelle in Coronation Street as she comes to terms with having a stillborn baby and her partner Steve turns out to have a love child - and today Kym Marsh joined us to speak about playing the gripping role.
On her character's storyline echoing her own personal heartache - she lost her son Archie in 2009 when he was born 18 weeks prematurely - she told us: "My reasons behind agreeing to ahead with it were in the hopes that it might help somebody somewhere, that someone could relate to it and it might spark people to talk."
He's gone from EastEnders hard man to an award-winning journalist exploring some of the most extreme corners of the world and today Ross Kemp joined us to talk about his experiences in Southern Libya with refugees.
He described his journey from soap star to investigative journalist as something that happened "naturally" - but said "never say never" when asked if he'll ever return to Albert Square! He also gave us his thoughts about the pressures of being a soap star in light of recent speculation around Danny Dyer.
Watch the interview above to see what he said.
I should have listened to my mom, gone back home and gotten out of Los Angeles
Hollywood star Lindsay Lohan has claimed she was "racially profiled" for wearing a headscarf at Heathrow airport yesterday.
In an exclusive interview live on GMB Lindsay told us: “You know what’s so interesting to me, when we look back at Grace Kelly and Audrey Hepburn these old Hollywood actresses They used to cover up the same way".
The actress and tabloid regular also spoke frankly about religion, her partying days, her friendship with "guiding light" and "second mother" Oprah Winfrey (they even meditated on the phone together last night!) and and why she thinks everyone should give Donald Trump a chance.
I lost all my friends because I wasn't fun to them anymore
We know him and loved him in EastEnders as Christian Clarke as well as his antics in the I'm a Celeb Jungle - but now we're set to see John Partridge as we've never seen him before as he adorns full drag for stage musical La Cage Aux Folles.
He joins us to talk tumbles in high heels (which he wears with socks!) and more!