Naomi Campbell to Richard: 'You need to trend it up a bit!'

Iconic supermodel Naomi Campbell hosted the Cannes Fashion for Relief catwalk show on Sunday and caught up with Richard Arnold to tell us more.

Poor Richard was told he "needs to trend it up a bit" by a forthright Naomi, who knows a thing or two about fashion, having walked the world's most famous runways for the past three decades.

The South London native said: "We're grafters, we like to work hard and get things done. Nothing wrong with that."

She also touched upon her friendship with the late Nelson Mandela, telling Richard: "I really do know how blessed I was to know this man for 20 years, I really do."

Watch the full interview above

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BGT reject Kyle makes a Golden comeback

I haven't seen a singer as good as you [Kyle] on Britain's Got Talent in a very, very long time

– Piers Morgan

This morning we were joined by Britain's Got Talent singer Kyle Tomlinson. The 15 year old received David Walliams' Golden Buzzer after being rejected by him two years ago.

After his stunning rendition of Hallelujah, Kyle admitted he was panicking prior to his performance and was worried about letting his family and friends down.

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EXCLUSIVE: Behind the scenes with 'Pippa' and 'Kate'

Credit: Alison Jackson

The wait for the wedding of the year is almost up when this weekend Philippa Middleton, 33, will marry her sweetheart James Matthews, 41.

Wouldn't it be great if we could get a glimpse behind the scenes to see how Pippa and Kate have been preparing for the big day?

Well, thanks to celebrity lookalike photographer Alison Jackson we can do just that. Through her incredible work we can see the scenes we have all imagined but never laid eyes on.

Here’s a sneaky peak into what we think Pippa and Kate have been getting up to this week:

Sheryl Crow: Trump keeps me up at night

She's won nine Grammys and sold over 50 million records and now singer Sheryl Crow is making a political stance with her latest album.

The US pop-country hitmaker - known especially for her 90s chart-toppers such as If It Makes You Happy and All I Wanna Do - joined Ben and Susanna on the GMB sofa this morning to talk about motherhood, music and to get frank about Donald Trump.

"I do have young kids and it actually has kept me up at night", she said, when asked how she feels about Trump becoming President.

Joan Collins: 'Jackie was well ahead of her time'

She spent so much of her life collecting... and now it's all gone, it's just stuff. Health is so much more important than stuff.

– Joan Collins

Joan Collins has told Good Morning Britain of how she'd like to publish illustrated stories she made with her sister Jackie Collins when they were children.

Speaking on our sofa this morning, the Dynasty actress told us of how the late Jackie started writing when she was just 11 - "she was well ahead of her time" - and Joan would draw pictures of her characters to paste into their exercise books.

When asked whether she is planning on publishing the early works she said: "I would like to, I've been talking to her daughters about it".

On the Life In Chapters auction which will see Jackie's jewels sold off, Joan told us: "It's actually very upsetting.