Piers gets pickpocketed!

A shiny new smartphone, fancy purse or new watch may well be on your discount wish list at the Black Friday sales this week, but thieves are also on the prowl looking for their own unbeatable deals.

Showing just how easy it is, Piers Morgan had his phone unknowingly taken from his pocket by stage pickpocket Lee Thompson whilst filming Good Morning Britain this morning.

Later on he said: “I had absolutely no idea. I had actually suggested to him why don’t you try and pickpocket my phone live on air? And he had already done it.”

Piers later discovered that in place of his mobile, Lee had managed to put a picture of Susanna in his pocket, again without Piers knowing a thing.

Kevin Pietersen to become a dad for second time

One of the most talented and controversial cricketers of his generation Kevin Pietersen has announced exclusively on Good Morning Britain that he is to become a dad for a second time!

The former England batsman revealed he and wife, former Liberty X singerJessica Taylor, are expecting their second child next month as he joined us on the sofa to talk about his new project working with underprivileged children.

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Tumble dryer fire risk warning

There's a warning this morning about tumble dryers that could be a potential fire hazard.

An alert has been issued about two types of machine sold under the Indesit, Hotpoint and Creda brands. The companies have recalled appliances, warning they can be used but not left unattended over fears about fire.

You can find out exactly which models of tumble dryers are affected on the Indesit or Hotpoint websites

Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. America has issued a worldwide travel alert for its citizens in response to ''increased terrorist threats''. The State Department's warning comes on the day President Barack Obama hosts talks at the White House with France's President François Hollande on combating the threat from Islamic State in the wake of the Paris atrocity.

  2. Brussels will remain on the highest security threat level for at least another week over fears of an imminent attack, but authorities say school's in Belgium's capital and the underground train network should reopen tomorrow.

  3. George Osborne will announce tomorrow that the health service will receive an extra £4 billion from next April to ease the growing pressure on hospitals. The Chancellor claims the government's total investment is the biggest ever commitment to the NHS since its creation.

  4. The number of child abuse cases in England has been vastly underestimated with only one in eight victims coming to the attention of the authorities, new research suggests

  5. Victoria and David Beckham, Lady Gaga and Rita Ora were among the stars out in force at last night's glitzy British Fashion Awards

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Adorable boy who hiccuped way through anthem

A seven year old has become an internet sensation after he hiccuped his way through the Australian national anthem at a baseball game.

The boy had been suffering with hiccups the night before his big moment and, despite his dad giving him a scare to ward them off, they came back in time for his big moment.

Yet Ethan bravely persevered until the end of the song, finishing to rapturous applause and high fives from all team members at the match between the Adelaide Bite and Brisbane Bandits at Cooper’s stadium in Adelaide on Friday night.

Hussain's going to space!

I can't get my head around it

– Hussain on his upcoming trip to space

When our next guest told his mum he wanted to go to university she was devastated at the thought of him leaving home. So imagine what she's got to say about his latest venture...

Hussain Manawer, 24, found out on Saturday that he he's heading into space! He's not an astronaut - in fact he says he can't even spell the word - but he's managed to beat off stiff competition from around the world to win the most incredible prize.

Afterappearing on the show last weekto talk of his hopes of being chosen for the special mission he joins us again to chat to Susanna and Piers about how he's feeling about it.

Top five headlines you're waking up to

Sixteen have been arrested during police raids in Brussels

  1. A mass shooting at a park in New Orleans has left at least 16 people in hospital. Around 500 people were reportedly in the Bunny Friend park for the making of a music video and a parade had also reportedly been taking place in the area.

  2. Sixteen people have been arrested in Brussels in connection to the Paris attacks but key suspect Salah Abdeslam was not among them

  3. Councils across the country are drawing up plans for a fresh round of spending cuts which are expected to be even deeper after this week's Comprehensive Spending Review

  4. After a year-long search and applications from over 90 countries, Hussain Masawer will be going into space after winning the prestigious Rising Star Programme

  5. Ethan Hall, seven, has become an internet sensation after hiccuping his way through the Australian national anthem at a baseball game in Adelaide

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