Laura Tobin becomes a World Record breaker!

To celebrate Shrove Tuesday we tasked Laura Tobin with filling and folding as many pancakes as possible in one minute - live on Good Morning Britain's Facebook page!

After a tense wait to see if her efforts counted - overseen by an official representative from Guinness World Records - it was confirmed that Laura had managed to successfully beat the current record of ten, by stuffing and rolling 11 pancakes.

Stray cat and homeless busker turn into Hollywood movie stars

He gave me that drive and ambition to you know, better myself

– James Bowen speaks on Bob the cat

Today we met the world's most famous cat, Bob and his owner James Bowen. Bob was a stray cat who saved then-homeless man James's life. Their remarkable story has now been turned into a Hollywood movie called A Street Cat Named Bob.

James spoke to us about how the loveable pair first met and described how their wonderful friendship blossomed. James also told us about the extremely positive influence Bob had on his life by giving him more drive and determination to succeed.

So what's next for Hollywood's favourite duo?

Watch the full interview here.

'Michael was the nucleus of showbusiness'

He would write in the mirror every morning when he washed his face, 'I will sell so many records'

– Jackie on his late brother Michael Jackson

Many of us have grown up always knowing the Jacksons and today Tito and Jackie joined us to tell us how they stay so young and opened up about late brother Michael Jackson.

Vitamins and breakfast cereals of choice aside, the brothers talked to us about their views on the next generation of Jacksons - with Michael's daughter Paris making recent headlines - telling us "there's a lot of talent in the family."

The pair also reminisced about superstar Michael and his fame - calling him "the nucleus of showbusiness" and revealed a surprise love for Chelsea Football Club, much to Piers' despair!

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Jeremy Kyle investigates Britain's obesity crisis

It's a massive problem. We're the fattest country in Western Europe. This programme is about having responsibility for what you eat.

– Jeremy Kyle

TV host Jeremy Kyle returns for a new series of The Kyle Files tonight, investigating high-profile issues that impact on peoples lives - from drinking to irresponsible driving, and from hate crime to homelessness.

Tonight's programme Extreme Eaters looks at Britain's obesity crisis and in particular, the competitive world of eating challenges, a craze from America which involves people consuming huge portions of food within a time limit.

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There is a shocking restaurant in Las Vegas called the Heart Attack Grill. There is one burger which contains 20,000 calories!

– Jeremy Kyle

Broadchurch is back with a new case to solve

We genuinely have no idea what happens! We might all fall off a cliff.

– David Tennant and Olivia Colman have no idea how the series end for their characters

As Broadchurch returns to our screens tonight, Charlotte Hawkins went behind the scenes to chat to David Tennant, Olivia Colman and and Sir Lenny Henry.

The new series will herald a brand new case for Miller and Hardy, with the detectives reuniting to investigate a serious sexual assault.

Creator Chris Chibnall has previously said that this will be the final chapter of Broadchurch.

However as usual, the cast were remaining very tight-lipped about the new plot.

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When we can't get any other work we want to play the Ugly Sisters in panto.

– Olivia Colman reveals the duo have plans to work together again

Brits scoop Oscar for Best Documentary Short

It feels humbling and a real honour

– Director Orlando von Einsiedel

A film about Syria's White Helmets - rescuers who risk their lives to help save civilians caught in the country's devastating war - has scooped the Oscar for Best Documentary short.

The White Helmets was directed by Londoner Orlando von Einsiedel and produced by Joanna Natasegara, from Manchester, but they admit their win is 'bitter-sweet' as they wish they didn't have to make a film about a war.

Our Ross King caught up with them both at the Vanity Fair's Oscar after party.

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Oscars DISASTER as La La Land is mistakenly handed best picture Oscar

The Oscars was plunged into chaos as La La land was mistakenly announced as the Best Picture; with the actual winner being Moonlight.

In the most spectacular blunder in the event's history, Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty were handed the wrong envelope before their presentation.

The cast and crew of La La Land made their way to the stage and started their acceptance speeches before being informed of the mix-up.

Producer Jordan Horowitz graciously told the audience: "There's been a mistake. Moonlight has won Best Picture, this is not a joke."

PricewaterhouseCoopers, the accountancy firm that counts the Oscar votes, has apologised for the error in a statement: "We are currently investigating how this could have happened."

Watch the excruciating moment above.

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Oscars 2017: Predictions and winners!

It's the biggest night of the year in the showbiz calendar, so we asked our entertainment experts Ross King and Richard Arnold to tell us their predictions for the main categories of tonight's 89th Academy Awards. Watch the above video to find out how they fared.

And it was a big night for La La Land, which proved the bookies right winning the most statuettes including Best Actress, Best Director and Best Soundtrack. However the moment of the night was when it was mistakenly announced as the winner of Best Picture - but the accolade actually belonged to Moonlight.

And the winners are...

Best Picture - Moonlight

Best Actor - Casey Affleck - Manchester By The Sea

Best Actress - Emma Stone - La La Land