QUIZ: Did Piers Morgan really say that? Or is it fake news?

President Trump is trying to get his own Fake News awards kicked off - and apparently the White House is rather reluctant to help him out.

Whether they end up happening or not, we decided to cast our mind back to some of the things our own Piers Morgan has said over his time on Good Morning Britain (he's a close friend of Donald's, in case you didn't know).

Did Piers REALLY say the above quotes... or are we reporting them as fake news?

Take our quiz to find out!

Suggs on how his cat's death made him reassess his life

Madness frontman Suggs has told Good Morning Britain about the moment he witnessed his cat's sudden death and felt moved to reassess his own life.

After acknowledging the 'black comedy' of the situation, he admitted that reaching his 50s made him take stock of what he had achieved and what more he could do.

"You think [turning 50 is] nothing but it does hit you - half a century of your life, gone... and what has happened in that time?" he mused after explaining how his cat suddenly dropped dead in front of him while he was in the bath.

The moment made him decide to go on a journey of discovery with his one-man tour and notably find out more about his father, who he never knew.

Suggs also shared some of his best moments from his amazing career, including meeting the Queen and performing on the roof of Buckingham Palace.

Suggs: My Life Story will be screened in cinemas across the UK with a live show direct from Koko in Camden Town on 17 January 2018

Grime star Big Narstie becomes our weatherman!

This is so epic, I’m going to start watching this programme more often!

– Big Narstie

On Tuesday morning we were joined by the artist everyone in the music industry wants to work with. Grime star Big Narstie brought his infectious energy and laughter into the studio for an unforgettable interview.

After delivering a hilarious weather forecast with Alex Beresford, the Gogglebox star sat down with Piers Morgan, Susanna Reid and Richard Arnold to promote his new album and warmed the hearts of the nation.

The loveable rapper, who's best mates with music superstar Ed Sheeran, taught our presenters about the origins of grime - and even got Piers in touch with his rap side!

Plus he even stayed behind after the show to give a full-length forecast, which you can watch below!

Comedy legend Chevy Chase calls Donald Trump 'stupid'

This morning we were joined by the award-winning comedy legend and actor, Chevy Chase. The Hollywood star graced our sofa to discuss his incredible career spanning over five decades.

Chevy is famous for starring in over 50 movies, including the Three Amigos, Caddyshack and the National Lampoon Vacation movies.

The comedy icon spoke to Ben Shephard and Kate Garraway about his special one-off performance on Saturday night and didn't hold back when talking about Donald Trump - calling the US President "stupid" and a "construction worker".

Watch the full interview above

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A weekend workout with Joe Wicks

As we head into the second week in January it seems like the perfect time to get some top tips from our fitness expert Joe Wicks.

The Bodycoach gave us some expert advice to help us keep on track with achieving our healthy goal.

Wicks also offered our Dancing On Ice star Alex Beresford and marathon runner Sean Fletcher some stretching exercises to keep their muscles loose so they can maximise their performances.

Watch the video above.

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Strictly's live tour!

Are you ready for the Strictly Come Dancing live tour?

Get the latest information from the brilliant Ore Oduba.

Tour dates below:

19–21 January Arena Birmingham

Friday 19th at 7.30pm, Saturday 20th at 2.30pm & 7.30pm, Sunday 21st at 1.30pm & 6.30pm

23-24 January Newcastle: Metro Radio Arena

Tuesday 23rd at 7.30pm, Wednesday 24th at 2.30pm & 7.30pm

25-26 January Leeds: First Direct Arena

Thursday 25th at 7.30pm, Friday 26th at 7.30pm

27-28 January Manchester Arena

Saturday 27th at 2.30pm & 7.30pm, Sunday 28th at 1.30pm & 6.30pm

30-31 January Belfast: SSE Arena

Tuesday 30th at 7.30pm, Wednesday 31st at 2.30pm & 7.30pm

Jane Fallon: Ricky doesn't deserve to be cast in my novels!

She's admitted she's pretty much resigned to being known as Ricky Gervais's other half for the past 35 years - but Jane Fallon has many accomplishments in her own right, as the author of six top-ten bestselling novels.

Joining Good Morning Britain on Thursday morning to talk about her latest book Faking Friends, she told us about her own awkward experience regarding a toxic relationship and commented on the fact Ricky has never read any of her work!

Watch the full interview above

EastEnders' bad boy Jake Wood on Max's meltdown

Fresh from a very dramatic Christmas in Walford, actor Jake Wood joined us to talk about playing EastEnders' Max Branning - a role he's had for 12 years.

He spoke about the soap's tragic storyline which saw Max's daughters Abi and Lauren falling while trying to stop their father from killing himself.

The former Strictly star also told us about his new weekly podcast with Spencer Oliver, Pound for Pound, and what else he's got lined up for 2018.

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