Sir David Attenborough: 'I believe you should let the pictures tell the story'

You don't want to talk too much

– Sir David Attenborough

Sir David Attenborough spoke to Richard Arnold about the return of Blue Planet and humbly downplayed the role he has in making the phenomenal nature series.

"I'm embarrassed speaking about it because my contribution is limited to the words. I write the commentaries and I speak the commentaries," he said.

Is this the most excruciating awards ceremony moment yet? 😱

We've seen many stars left red-faced on stage, from Madonna's fall at the Brits to Janet Jackson's wardrobe malfunction at the Superbowl... and now Britain's own Gemma Collins has joined their ranks.

The TOWIE star was announcing Love Island as a winner at last night's BBC Teen Awards, when she took a rather nasty-looking tumble through a hole in the stage where stars of the ITV reality show were emerging.

Luckily Gemma was fine after the incident and was even able to joke about it on Twitter... and our guest presenter Richard Madeley found it the perfect opportunity to remind us of his wife Judy's own awkward awards moment!

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Cast your X Factor Wildcard vote!

Following Judges' Houses, X Factor viewers are now able to decide which four contestants from each category will rejoin the final 12 for the live shows.

Viewers can vote by phone and via the X Factor app today (Monday), with the four winners announced on Saturday's live show on the 28 October.

One wildcard from each category will get a place on the live shows, meaning there will be 16 final contestants instead of the normal 12.

Lines opened last night (Sunday) for viewers to vote and will close at 1pm today.

Vote for your Wildcard on the X Factor website now

Showbuzz: The BGT couple that never was?

Amanda Holden has revealed there's always been some serious chemistry between her and her Britain's Got Talent boss Simon Cowell - and that if it wasn't for their partners they would probably be together! Can you imagine it?

Meanwhile, today's Showbuzz brings you news of fresh music from one of the One Direction boys and which former high profile X Factor judge is returning to the panel?

George and Larry Lamb cycle into our studio!

They've cycled the length of the country, through some of the UK's best cycle routes - but father-son duo George and Larry Lamb made their final stop in the Good Morning Britain studio.

The pair discussed their exciting new TV series, Britain By Bike, which gives viewers an insight into their comical relationship as they explore the UK's National Parks.

Watch Larry and George play a game of Silence of the Lambs!

Watch the full interview above

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Jools Holland teams up with José Feliciano for new album

Jools Holland has teamed up with Latin Grammy winner José Feliciano for a new album and tour and the pair joined Good Morning Britain to give us a taste of what to expect!

Between tickling the ivories, we caught up with Jools about 25 years of presenting Later... and turning 60 next year plus José told us about how music 'keeps him young'.

New single As You See Me Now is out now

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Megan McKenna talks about taking Taylor Swift's number one spot!

TOWIE star Megan McKenna joined us this morning to talk about shooting to fame as a country singer.

The reality TV star shot to the top of the charts with her debut single, High Heeled Shoes - and even took Taylor Swift's number one spot!

But what does her musical success mean for her future on TOWIE?

Watch the full interview above.

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Kristin Chenoweth: There are lots of 'respectful' men in Hollywood

The Tony-winning Wicked and Glee star gave her views on the Weinstein scandal

I think this is the beginning. We'll see it in music and fashion and all kinds of things and sometimes chaos comes before order.

– Kristin Chenoweth

Award-winning actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth has told Good Morning Britain that she thinks 'good' will come out of the Harvey Weinstein scandal.

Speaking about the tide of sexual abuse allegations coming out against the shamed Hollywood heavyweight, the West Wing and Glee star, who appeared in one of his musicals, said: "I am deeply hurt for the women. I like to see them coming out strong, not as victims. They're strong. I hate it for any women or man this has ever happened to - and let's be honest, I don't know of somebody who hasn't had situations they've had to get out of."

When asked by Richard Madeley whether she's personally had a negative experience with Weinstein, the Emmy award winner said: "Do you know what, I really don't want to comment on that at this point. What I would like to say is I think there can be good that comes of it. I think this is the beginning. We'll see it in music and fashion and all kinds of things and sometimes chaos comes before order."