It's been a golden night for Brits with Tom Hiddleston, Olivia Colman, Hugh Laurie and Claire Foy all winning an award at this year's Golden Globes.
Foy won for her portrayal of the Queen in Netflix series The Crown - which won best series, with Hiddleston, Coleman and Laurie winning their awards for their roles in The Night Manager.
Meanwhile Hollywood musical La La Land cleaned up, winning best comedy or musical, with its stars Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling receiving recognition for their roles.
They practically completed each other's syllables - they were that close.
Meryl Streep, Meg Ryan, Gwyneth Paltrow and Star Wars creator George Lucas were among the mourners who paid tribute to Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds at a star-studded private memorial service.
The service was held in a compound Fisher's estate in Coldwater Canyon, Los Angeles, where she and Reynolds were next-door neighbours.
Journalist Michael Musto tells us about the extraordinary new documentary 'Bright Lights' which documents their relationship.
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The Hairy Bikers are back!
Si King and Dave Myers are cooking up their favourite home-cooked food for their new daytime TV series - 'Comfort Food'.
And let's not forget that with their own recipe for sauce, they knocked Fifty Shades of Grey off the number one bestseller list after weeks of dominance in 2012!
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It makes me feel very proud
Today we're celebrating the 30th anniversary of Britain's favourite TV detective Inspector Morse and John Thaw's daughter Abigail joining us.
She told us about his legacy and following in his footsteps in ITV's spin-off Endeavour, which returns to our screens this weekend.
Talking about when she was first told about the spin-off she said: "First of all I was like, they can't do that. Then I thought about it - true actor - is there anything in there for me?"
Jim Carter joined us on the sofa to tell us about his new role as an ambassador for Special Olympics GB which take place in Manchester in August. It's the UK's largest multi-sports event for athletes with intellectual disabilities such as autism, Down's Syndrome and other learning disabilities.
Plus, Susanna couldn't help but ask about the Downton Abbey movie rumours, and Jim's answer didn't disappoint ...
Richard caught up with the host of ITV's new series Dance Dance Dance, former Strictly star Alesha Dixon.
She gave us the inside scoop on the show in which contestants recreate iconic music videos. She told us that it doesn't take much to get her dancing - just don't play one of her records!
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Now that we have Donald Trump I have to do even more work in America
The Black Eyed Peas singer, producer, innovator and seven-times Grammy winner Will.i.am joined us today to talk about The Voice, which begins its first series on ITV on Saturday. Will.i.am revealed a shock twist in the show which means coaches are no longer allowed to see artists who nobody turns around for. He believes this makes the show feels colder with more of an edge.
Will also touched upon Trump's election win in the USA. Will had released an anti-Trump anthem in the run up to the election, and now says he has more work to do in the USA than ever before as a result of the Trump win!
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