Did Ed Sheeran steal Matt Cardle's song?

Ed Sheeran is being sued for $20 million by the songwriters behind The X Factor winner's single, 'Amazing'.

Songwriters Martin Harrington and Thomas Leonard say Sheeran copied the Matt Cardle single “note-for-note” in his global hit 'Photograph', released in 2014.

The lawsuit - filed in a Los Angeles federal court on Wednesday - reportedly claims, “The chorus sections of ‘Amazing’ and the infringing ‘Photograph’ share 39 identical notes – meaning the notes are identical in pitch, rhythmic duration, and placement in the measure."

Music journalist Matt Stokes joins us live in the studio to analyse the tracks - have a listen and see what you think!

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Fern and Piers kiss and make up... (and then some!)

Life is worth living even in those moments when you think it isn't

– Fern opens up about overcoming personal battles in recent years

Busier-than-ever daytime TV darling Fern Britton found time in her busy diary to join Piers and Susanna on our sofa.

"Storms teach you a lot about yourself and others" - Fern credits a good laugh, her kids and the love of a partner for helping her through the darker times. Speaking of partners, Fern recalls the story of how she met her chef husband Phil Vickery on the set of Ready, Steady, Cook! - the only chef who wasn't married!

Putting the GLAM into the Glamour Awards!

Can I say you looked hot or not?

– Susanna caught Piers' eye last night!

Women of the world were out in force last year for Glamour Magazine's Women of the Year Awards!

Richard's here to look at some of the best (and worst!) dressed of the evening and tells us who picked up those all important gongs.

Plus, Piers and Susanna spill the beans on all the misbehaviour from inside the ceremony - whose hyena laugh was distracting Susanna and which comedienne photobombed a Kardashian?

We can't imagine where their goodie bags have got to, though...

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Flintoff goes from fielding to frying!

I didn't think I'd be making chips for a living, I'll be honest - but I love it!

– Freddie Flintoff

He became a household name when he helped England win the Ashes in 2005 but now retired cricketer Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff is fine tuning his culinary skills instead!

Freddie took to the road with best friend and cyclist Robert Penn in an eco-friendly fish and chip van to travel around the country and the amusing consequences have all been captured in news series Freddie Fries Again.

He tells us about dancing with the Chippendales, giving up drinking and why he wouldn't mind at all if his two boys decided to follow in his footsteps to become professional cricketers.

What do you have to say for yourself, Mr Shephard?

That tackle's not one I'll be rushing to watch back

– Ben Shephard

Last night GMB presenters Ben Shephard and Sean Fletcher got their football shorts on to take to the pitch for this year's Soccer Aid match.

Joining many stars including Robbie Williams, Paddy McGuinness, Michael Sheen and Olly Murs, our pair were helping to raise £5 million for Unicef - but all didn't go to plan for Ben, who ended up getting sent off after a rather dirty tackle!

We think Piers Morgan might be enjoying this a bit too much...

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