Jo Malone 'nose' it all!

Perfumer Jo Malone has revealed that her sense of smell is almost as good as that of the highly skilled dogs trained to identify illnesses such as cancer. Jo, who had breast cancer herself in 2003 was tested by the charity Medical Detection Dogs. She has a remarkably sensitive sense of smell, and discovered she could identify illnesses by smelling subtle changes in chemicals way beyond most humans' capability.

In the video above Jo puts her nose to the test live on air, and explains her gift for sniffing out disease.

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Controversy over Bake Off lineup

Yesterday's announcement of the new Great British Bake Off lineup has been met with mixed response, many reacting negatively to the new direction. TV chef Prue Leith has been confirmed as the new judge alongside Paul Hollywood, and presenters Sandi Toksvig and Noel Fielding will host the show replacing Mel and Sue.

Our online poll showed the vast majority of viewers aren't impressed - with 80% of voters judging the lineup as 'soggy bottoms'!

Great British Bake Off finalists Selasi Gbormittah and Jane Beedle share their thoughts on the new lineup in the above video.

Tweet us @GMB and let us know your thoughts!

We're all Irish today!

There are only two people in the world. There are the Irish and the people who want to be Irish.

– Eamonn Holmes

One of Ireland's biggest exports, Eamonn Holmes, joined us on the sofa and behind the bar this morning to spread some St Patrick's day cheer.

Eamonn revealed that St Patrick's day has always been the happiest day of the year for him. His father worked as a carpet fitter when he was a child, and would always take that day off to have a huge celebration. St Patrick's Day is also his wife Ruth's birthday, which makes it an even bigger day of celebration for him now!

Ex-barman Holmes, skilfully pulled the perfect pint for us - and of course the rest of the team made the most of his studio bar ...

EXCLUSIVE: First look at Early Man starring Eddie Redmayne

We're delighted to give you a first look at the new film from Wallace and Gromit creator Nick Park, with a special introduction from star Eddie Redmayne!

Prehistoric comedy adventure Early Man also stars Tom Hiddleston, Maisie Williams, Richard Ayoade, Timothy Spall and Johnny Vegas, to name just a few.

The movie tells the story of courageous caveman hero Dug (voiced by Redmayne) and his best friend Hognob as they unite his tribe against a mighty enemy Lord Nooth (Hiddleston) and his Bronze Age City to save their home.

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Judge Rinder has his eyes on Piers!

I've got Piers in mind for my second husband

– Judge Rinder is feeling the love

Love was in the air in the GMB studio this morning, as Judge Rinder confessed he has a soft spot for Piers Morgan. Robert confessed he thought they would make a great couple, but the first thing he'd do would be put poor Piers on a diet ... so maybe not a match made in heaven after all!

Judge Rinder talked about his new show Judge Rinder's Crime Stories in which he unearths the truths behind some of the UK's biggest criminal cases.

Crime Stories airs at 8pm on ITV this Friday.

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Kate Humble on making farming sexy

We, as the British public, need to support our farmers by buying British

– Kate Humble - on the struggles facing British farmers

It's been described as 'Dragons Den' meets 'Countryfile' - 'Back To The Land' sees naturalist and broadcaster Kate Humble head back to country to meet farmers who are innovating their way out of the rural recession.

Kate praised the hard work of farmers in Britain, who battle weather and illness to continually nurture their produce and land - smashing ideas on 'wealthy' farmers who rely on subsidies.

A nature enthusiast, Kate urged the British public to embrace and enjoy the wonder that the countryside offers, especially in these disjointing times.

'Back To The Land With Kate Humble' airs on BBC2 tonight 8pm.

Gogglebox's Steph 'beyond horrified' at prospect of performing as Cher

Husband and wife, Steph and Dom, joined GMB to talk about quitting Gogglebox, what it was like meeting Nigel Farage and their transformation into legendary duo Meatloaf and Cher for Let's Sing and Dance for Comic Relief.

Steph said she is "beyond horrified" at the prospect of dressing up as the usually scantily clad singer but the couple managed to compose themselves enough to tell us about shooting to fame as the' posh' couple of award-winning Gogglebox.

We also questioned them on their first date and marriage, with Dom quipping "you get a lot less time for murder"!

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