David Beckham is the latest in a long line of celebrities to take the Ice Bucket Challenge - throwing a bucket of cold water over your head, all the the name of charity!
And it seems he's got the rest of his family involved too - but will Victoria take part?
I really disliked my performance in the sixth film
Daniel Radcliffe chats to Ben and Susanna this morning about his latest role in the film What If.
The actor, who is best known for playing boy wizard Harry Potter, said he is critical on some of his performances in the blockbuster films. He also chats about being in love, and what it's like to get naked for a film role!
Comedian Tim Vine dusted off his joke book and cleaned up at this year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival when his one-liner was voted the funniest wisecrack of the festival.
He won with the one liner: "I decided to sell my Hoover... Well, it was just collecting dust."
You look like my granny... but I shouldn't say that, should I?
Susanna has a new look - and Ben and Sean are being less than complimentary about it...
This Morning presenter Ruth Langsford joins us to chat about her new quiz show Gift Wrapped, which she'll be presenting with hubby Eamonn Holmes!
The show offers three engaged couples the chance to win their wedding list and a dream holiday.
With more than three million YouTube hits, three sell-out Edinburgh festival shows, numerous Royal Variety Performance appearances and lashings of critical acclaim, ventriloquist Paul Zerdin is back for a storming new nationwide tour, kicking off on Tuesday September 2.
He joins GMB with his puppet Sam to talk about his career and reveals how he uses his ventriloquism in every day life.
You don't know what darkness is until you switch the light off
The Mission Impossible and Star Trek star Simon Pegg joins us to talk about his new film ‘Hector and the Search for Happiness’.
The film, which is based on the best-selling novel by French psychiatrist Francois Lelord, co-stars Rosamund Pike, Stellan Skarsgard and Christopher Plummer.
Simon stars as a therapist who decides that he can't help his patients unless he can find out what it is to be truly happy.
Martin Clunes, who plays Britain's most popular male ITV drama character of our time (according to a recent ITV Drama poll), joins us to talk about his break from Doc Martin and his annual Buckham Fair. Every year he and his wife Philippa open their gates to thousands of visitors for the fundraising event.
He'll also be telling us about his new role in which he'll be starring in an ITV three-part adaptation of Julian Barnes's novel, Arthur & George, based on the life of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and his efforts to clear the name of a wrongly accused Anglo-Indian solicitor. Martin will play Arthur Conan, the novelist and physician who created the detective Sherlock Holmes.