Davina: 'My daughters are going to have to work... to have a working mother makes sense'

Something is going seriously wrong here!

– Davina on that chat show

She's one of the busiest women on the telly and a role model to millions - but how does she manage it all?

Davina McCall is refreshingly honest with Piers and Susanna, talking about career regrets and TV history highs - she was delighted to be banned from Yorkshire TV for presenting the first ever gay game show!

So, does Davina feel guilty for squeezing so much into her work schedule? Watch the presenter talk about the importance of being a role model for her children and representing "equality in the marriage".

She certainly won Piers over... Life Stories, anyone?

Davina is fronting a campaign to protect your children's skin from sun damage.

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And the Taylor Swift Award goes to...

She has transformed pop culture through her songs, artistry and indomitable spirit

– BMI Awards statement

We didn't see this one coming!

The Broadcast Music Industry Awards have awarded a gong directly to someone with their name on it for the second time in history. (Michael Jackson, 1990, for the curious).

Unsurprisingly, Piers is tempted to start the Piers Morgan Award...

'I’m 63 years of age and I can’t keep living like this’

My guess is they will probably sort this out

– Piers gives us his insight as a friend of the family

"It's true" - Sharon Osbourne confirms that she has kicked Ozzy out of their marital home on live US television. The sad news follows recent Ozzy affair rumours.

Sharon spoke out on talk show The Talk, explaining that Ozzy returned after she made him leave their home - and that she has now moved out.

Sharon has spoken openly in the past about catching Ozzy in bed with several nannies, but this time she has said, "I really don't know what will happen at all".

Piers - a friend of the Osbournes - certainly hopes they can work things out.

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A final farewell to Peggy Mitchell

I did my crying afterwards. I had to. I had to give this performance and she's quite tough.

– Dame Barbara Windsor on playing Peggy's final scenes

She's a British institution, who's played one of the country's most iconic ever soap characters for years... but now it's time for us to say goodbye to Barbara Windsor's Peggy Mitchell.

As EastEnders' mother, matriarch and messy meddler finally meets her end, Richard Arnold catches up with the Dame on the set of the popular soap as she prepares to say goodbye in an emotional storyline.

Peggy's death is set to draw together the Mitchell "fah-mily", with siblings Phil (Steve McFadden), Grant (Ross Kemp) and Sam (Danniella Westbrook) appearing together again for the first time since 2005.

TV BAFTAs 2016: Full winners list

Stars of television graced the red carpet in the early evening sunshine last night as they came together to find out who would be the winners of 2016's Television BAFTAs.

The triumphant included Lenny Henry, Suranne Jones, Leigh Francis and Peter Kay with programmes including Wolf Hall, The Great British Bake Off and EastEnders also picking up a gong.

Find out what happened when Richard Arnold put on his glad rags and turned up to chat to glamorous guests.

Suranne Jones with her award for Best Leading Actress

Prince Charles tells Emma Thompson to 'pipe down'

The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall hosted a reception for British Oscar winners last night - and the turnout was as stellar as you'd expect!

An impressive 300+ Brits have taken an Oscar home over the years, and the event celebrated those both behind and in front of the camera.

Dame Judy Dench and Colin Firth were among the attendees, but it was Emma Thompson who stole the show...

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The NHS Choir are heading for Hollywood!

Their single 'Bridge Over You' rocketed up the charts last year to beat Justin Bieber to the Christmas number one top spot, but now the NHS Choir have set their sights on Hollywood.

The choir have signed a deal with British producer Julia Verdin to immortalise their amazing success. The film will look at how the lives of all 32 members from the Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust intertwined to bring them together to create this groundbreaking choir.

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