'Whitney Houston made this role really famous'

It's such a big challenge.

– Alexandra Burke

She won The X Factor seven years ago but has since gone onto release two albums, a number one hit, and she's been nominated for three Brit Awards.

And now, Alexandra Burke is going on tour with West End hit The Bodyguard where we'll see her performing some of Whitney Houston's classic hits.

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'We confound the critics and we will do so in May'

This is all part of the re-balancing of the British economy which is what this is all about.

– Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg

Nick Clegg was the man who held the balance of power at the last general election but if recent polls are to be believed the Liberal Democrats could be all but wiped out in large parts of the country when we go to the polls in May.

The Deputy Prime Minister joins us from Bristol. Today he will announce plans to help improve local economies, but Labour say the Lib Dems have failed to support local areas enough since you've been in government.

When asked whether he'd stopped thinking of the Lib Dems of a party and more of a coalition at the next election he said: "I've lost count of the number of apocalyptic predictions, the end is nigh and the liberal democrats are going to be wiped out, every single time we confound the sceptics, confound the critics and we will do so in May."

I've lost count of the number of apocalyptic predictions, the end is nigh and the liberal democrats are going to be wiped out.

– Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg

Around 700,000 young people care for others

It was difficult because nobody else that I knew except for me, my dad and my sister was doing that.

– Emily, cares for her mother

In the UK around 700,000 young people care for family members or loved ones - taking on responsibilities normally expected of an adult.

A recent survey by the Carers Trust found around half say they feel stressed. We speak to Emily who started caring for her mum aged 11, and Luen Thompson from the Carers Trust.

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Gallery: Take a look inside Windsor Castle!

The world's largest working palace and The Queen's 'weekend home' Windsor Castle is being opened to the public this Saturday as part of a new exhibition to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo.

Nick Dixon is live from The Grand Vestibule where The Royals host dinners, Prince Charles has held his drawing school and the likes of Barry Manilow and Shirley Bassey have performed.

WATCH: Nick Dixon's son interrupts him live on air!

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It commemorates the 200th anniversary of the defeat of Napoleon

Top five headlines you're waking up to

A general view of sheep in the snow in the Glens of Antrim, as an orange weather alert is announced in Northern Ireland

  1. Arctic blasts and heavy snowfall hit large parts of the UK. Hundreds of schools are expected to be closed with hazardous driving conditions across the country

  2. Three-quarters of parents told Good Morning Britain they're concerned about the effect electronic devices are having on their children's sleep

  3. In the UK around 700 thousand young people care for family members or loved ones - taking on responsibilities normally expected of an adult.

  4. Opening up Windsor Castle's gates - we get a Royal invite inside the Queen's favourite home

  5. And Good Morning Australia! Today we're in the country's coolest city where Murray mania has taken hold

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Is technology affecting your child's sleep?

In almost all cases it isn't necessary.

– Dr Aric Sigman

Three-quarters of parents told Good Morning Britain they're concerned about the effect electronic devices are having on their children's sleep and concentration levels in school.

Are phones and tablet devices playing havoc with children's sleep patterns? Do you let your children play with their gadgets or do they have to be confiscated at bedtime?

Get in touch via Twitter, Facebook, or by emailing gmb@itv.com by 8am today and your reply might be read out on the show. You must be 18 and over, for full terms and conditions see itv.com/terms

That awkward moment when...

They say you should never work with children or animals... Even if it's your own? Judging by correspondent Nick Dixon's appearance on GMB this morning - yes!

Whilst doing a live from his home about the amount of sugar in breakfast cereal, three-year-old Brody decided it was 'daddy time', and promptly placed himself on Nick's lap. Right before his live.

To make things worse he then started eating the chocolate that was laid out for props... It's worth a watch and an "aww"!

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