O.M.G. Richard talks about THAT dramatic final episode of Liar and brings us news of a second series... plus, which long-running BBC programme is facing the axe?
Samantha Geimer was assaulted by director Roman Polanski in 1977, when she was aged just 13 and this morning told Good Morning Britain she forgave Polanski "many, many years ago".
Samantha said: “Forgiveness doesn’t come hard to me. I was having so much other trouble in life due to the court and the media that that really overtook and overwhelmed my whole family.”
Am I coming back next year? Am I not?
Strictly Come Dancing pro Brendan Cole two-stepped his way into the Good Morning Britain studio today with his new dance partner - Charlotte Hawkins' adorable daughter Ella Rose!
Brendan, who paired up with Charlotte on Strictly, not only gave his former dance partner a bigger bouquet of flowers than Piers Morgan but he also cleared up the rumours about him leaving the dance show...
Watch the full interview above
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Eighties superstar Terence Trent D’Arby, now Sananda Maitreya, told Good Morning Britain why, in 2001, he legally changed his identity to save his life.
Speaking from Italy the singer said: “I have succeeded in the world that I have established for myself, away from all the madness. You have to understand that almost all of my close peers, almost all of them, are dead."
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Do you ever wonder where you come from? Forget straight family trees - in a modern twist millions of people around the world have undergone DNA tests to find out more.
Not only did we find out the ethnic makeup of our presenters, but this morning Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid met their matches, literally.
Piers discovered he's a descendent of Robert the Bruce, who was the King of Scotland from 1306 to 1329. He also found out his genetic makeup consists of 91 percent Irish/ Scottish/ Welsh, 6.5 percent Eastern European, 1.6 percent West Asian and 0.8 percent Middle Eastern.
Tuesday 17 October: Charlotte Hawkins is wearing a Diva Catwalk red dress and Office shoes
Tuesday 17th October: Susanna Reid is wearing a Fenn Wright & Manson blouse, a Luke Lovely faux leather skirt and Office suede shoes
Scotland will face the full force of Storm Ophelia after three died in Ireland and around 360,000 homes were left without power. Winds of up to 70mph and heavy rain are expected to pound into Scotland.
Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker agree that EU negotiations should “accelerate” over the coming months. Their meeting comes after the EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier said that the latest Brexit round of negotiations have reached a "disturbing deadlock".
Under new police guidelines, officers will shy away from investigating crimes such as shoplifting and criminal damages in an attempt to save £400 million by 2020. The Metropolitan Police said they will focus their attention to “high level” crime rather than “low level”.
American Actress Alyssa Milano has sparked a new social media campaign called #MeToo for anyone who has been sexually assaulted. The post was geared to shine the spotlight on the issue after dozens of claims of sexual harassment were made against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein. The campaign has seen hundreds of women posting their own stories of harassment through Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has formally put the Premier League club up for sale. The football club owner is hoping to complete the deal by Christmas.