Sophia's singing and dancing her way to success!

I just really love singing and acting, I love dancing too!

– Sophia Grace Brownlee

She's the eleven year old superstar who made a name for herself singing a cover of the Nicki Minaj song Super Bass. Recorded when she was just 8, the performance was watched by an incredible 47 million people.

Among them was US chat show host Ellen DeGeneres, who went on to make Sophia Grace Brownlee's dreams come true. Sophia Grace joins us now, along with our very own Richard Arnold.... Before they head off to the mall!

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Eastenders stars Shabnam and Kush join us

She jumped on him, it's so out of character for her

– Rakhee Thakrar

Eastenders stars Rakhee Thakrar, who plays Shabnam Masood and Davood Ghadami, Kush, join us to talk about a very dramatic week in Albert Square.

After months of anticipation, viewers on Monday night finally saw Shabnam and Kush kiss after she finally accepted she has feelings for her friend.

They also reveal their excitement at the upcoming live episode - but say they are very much in the dark as lots of alternate endings have been planned.

And as we celebrate random acts of kindness this week they tell us if they've ever been on the receiving end from any.

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'We brought the British weather to Sydney!'

Sean about to go live on Good Morning Britain

The second leg of our Australian adventure started early, to catch the first flight to the country's most populous city. None of the team got much sleep. I always find the adrenalin from a big live outside broadcast keeps flowing through my veins for hours after I'm on air.

Wendi's war shows harsh reality

Wendi Peters - known for playing Cilla in Coronation Street - join Good Morning Britain to talk about her role in the West End's Oh What A Lovely War!

A satirical musical about World War 1, the show's packed with familiar songs from that era including Pack Up Your Trouble and It's a Long Way To Tipperary performed against a projected backdrop of images and shocking statistics conveying hard realities of war

The play was adapted by legendary left-wing theatre director Joan Littlewood whose theatre company was based at the Theatre Royal in Stratford. The play was first staged in 1963.

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