It was an emotional X Factor end last night for Jake Quickenden and his mentor Mel B, as Jake's rendition of Red by Daniel Merriweather couldn't save the singer from elimination.
Jake's here to look back with us at his eventful X Factor journey, and to reveal his plans for the future.
Peter Barlow has been found guilty of the murder of Tina McIntyre, but we know that Rob, played by Marc Baylis, is the real killer.
Will Rob's secret threaten his and Tracy's wedding day? We speak to Marc Bayliss to find out!
It's Friday which means a whole week of school for some children has half term takes over!
Film Critic Nick Duncalf, gives us the low down on the top films to take kids to see over the school break.
It's the wedding that never ends and now Louisa James is in Medmenham for, we think, the final instalment of the wedding of the year - a reception for Amal's family and friends. Also, given that Brad Pitt couldn't make Venice, will he and Angelina be making a surprise appearance at this one?
I love the song Rolling In The Deep, I had a good time!
She's the undisputed Queen of Soul with a career that's lasted for nearly sixty years. In a rare interview with Ross King, disco icon Aretha Franklin pays tribute to some of music's greatest divas, including our very own Adele.
Aretha has covered the Brit's Rolling In The Deep on her new album of covers, of the track she said: "I love the song, I had a good time with it."
London soul singer Sam Smith was the big winner at this year's MOBO Awards.
The 22 year old took four prizes including best album for his debut record The Lonely Hour. Jessie J was named best female and Beyonce won best international act.