Jim Davidson: 'There is a stigma that doesn't go away'

I thought it was a done deal. It doesn't matter if I'm guilty or innocent, I'm another one that's been trawled up.

– Jim Davidson

In light of the recent allegations made against Harvey Weinstein, Jim Davidson has opened up about his own experiences of sexual assault accusations on Good Morning Britain.

Referring to the many women coming forward with stories of harassment about the Hollywood heavyweight, he said: "I'd like to see if he's arrested and I'd like to see if he's charged. And then I'd probably discuss it. But it's not very nice all of these things, very unpleasant, and there is a stigma that doesn't go away, I've got to tell you."

Showbuzz: Foo Fighters break their O2 curfew

Rockstar behaviour today in Showbuzz as Foo Fighters are sued for breaking an expensive curfew. Plus Taylor Swift fans will be excited to know the pop princess has built a social media app called The Swift Life.

Watch above for the latest star gossip.

Craig Charles and Robert Llewellyn on the return of Red Dwarf

Here we are two old broken-down TV stars still peddling this thing in space!

– Craig Charles jokes to GMB

Dave Lister and Kryton joined the GMB team on the sofa to talk all about 30 years of Red Dwarf, including the new series and older trivia around the iconic TV show.

On wearing Kryton's mask for an episode Craig Charles said: "I thought at one stage I was crying and I wasn't, I was just sweating out of my eyes!"

He also revealed that Alan Rickman was originally almost cast as the character Rimmer and how Patrick Stewart nearly once sued them.

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In today's Showbuzz Richard Arnold gave us a preview of Chris and Kem's brand new single... and it's catchy one!

Watch Richard Arnold's latest entertainment news above.

Piers and Lord Sugar tackle a weighty issue...

Lord Alan Sugar stepped away from his office to enter Piers' domain in the Good Morning Britain studio... and the pair ended up stepping on a pair of scales for an epic weigh-off!

Susanna was able to have a little rest and munch on her breakfast as the notorious nemeses went full throttle at each other when Britain's toughest boss came on the show to talk about The Apprentice.

Conversation (or should we say, a war of words) turned to whether Shuggsy helped launch Piers' television career or not and the question of whether Piers has yet been invited to the White House by his good friend, President Trump.

At least some good came of the pair's squabbling. They ended up setting up a wager on who can lose the most weight by December - with the loser donating £5,000 to Great Ormond's Street hospital.

Kale smoothie for breakfast next time, Piers?

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Showbuzz: Richard Arnold gets a glimpse of the latest Star Wars movie!

In Tuesday's Showbuzz, Richard Arnold gets the first look at Star Wars: The Last Jedi coming out on December 14, which includes the late, great Carrie Fisher playing Princess Leia.

Watch a round-up of Richard’s latest entertainment news above.

Showbuzz: Amy Winehouse the musical?

Monday's Showbuzz brings us news of a possible Amy Winehouse musical in the pipeline, as the late singer's family plans to bring her legacy to the stage.

Plus which star took on his latest movie role because his wife said he 'had to'?