We got on great, we really did, we got on well!
A man who sold raffle tickets for his ex fiancée's honeymoon place after she dumped him says he had an "amazing holiday" with another woman.
John Whitbread jetted out to the Dominican Republic with Kelly Wood after she was the lucky winner in the Jilted John holiday raffle. John said on his return everyone asked if they had become a couple - so did they?
We get into our cars which are 36 times more dangerous.
Millions of people will be boarding planes this weekend as the Easter holidays begin, but many will be understandably nervous after this week's tragic events. Around a third of people have some kind of fear of flying, ranging from mild discomfort to paralysing anxiety.
A fear of flying can have drastic effects on people's lives, we spoke to Patricia Furness-Smith, a former flight attendant who now runs courses for people with a fear of flying. She said: "I have so much sorrow and sympathy for the families," she added, "we get into our cars which are 36 times more dangerous".
It's an historic day in Leicester, as the 500 year-old remains of Richard III are finally reburied, after they were discovered in a car park in 2012.
A ceremony will take place at the city's cathedral later today.
Police are deciding whether to take action against Jeremy Clarkson - after a BBC inquiry found he had physically and verbally attacked a producer at a hotel in North Yorkshire.
North Yorkshire police have asked the BBC for their report into the incident, so could he face a police investigation?
One of the pilots on the plane which crashed in the French Alps had been locked out of the cockpit and was trying to get back inside - according to the New York Times.
Helicopters have begun airlifting the remains of some of the victims from the crash site. At least three Britons were among the 150 people killed. Our Chief Correspondent Richard Gaisford is in the French Alps.
I’m very excited to be joining Susanna and the GMB team.
We've got some big news for you today because Piers Morgan will be joining Good Morning Britain as a guest co-host for one week from 13 April alongside Susanna whilst our Ben is on leave!
Piers said: “I’m very excited to be joining Susanna and the GMB team for a week. Thanks to my three-year-old daughter’s sleeping pattern, I’ve been waking up at 4am for quite a while now. So the early starts shouldn’t present any problem.”