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Pixie Lott and Danny Jones help launch our Pride of Britain award

Will's a genius!

– Danny is full of admiration for his fellow Voice Kids UK coach will.i.am

Good Morning Britain are scouring the nation for our Young Fundraiser of the Year for the Pride of Britain awards and this morning we were joined by The Voice Kids UK coaches, Pixie Lott and McFly’s Danny Jones, who are helping to launch the category.

The pair told us about The Voice Kids, including what it's like to work with international superstar will.i.am plus Pixie told us about her part in recording the charity single Bridge Over Troubled Water for the survivors of the Grenfell Tower tragedy.

Watch the full interview above

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Kate Garraway wears Geri Horner's iconic Union Jack dress

Can I put my coat on?

– Kate Garraway

Kate Garraway certainly caused a stir this morning after interviewing Geri Horner wearing her iconic Union Jack dress.

Thankfully our Kate got the seal of approval from the former Spice Girl who said: "You've still got it".

Can Kate become the sixth member of the Spice Girls?

Well, she almost sent Twitter into meltdown this morning when the comments came flooding in. Some of the tweets are below:

Schoolboys wear skirts in school protest

Who said skirts are just for girls? A group of schoolboys in Exeter are wearing skirts to school in protest at being told they were not allowed to wear shorts.

The pupils asked permission to modify their uniform because of the hot weather, but the headteacher denied their request.

Some of the young protesters joined us this morning and their spokesperson told us: "I want shorts this year and I’m going to keep wearing it until they give us shorts this year".

The boys also told us about the unforeseen pitfalls of skirt wearing such as: having to shave their legs, being told off by teachers for having their skirt up too high and the annoyance of having their exposed thighs sticking to the chair furniture.

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Top five headlines you’re waking up to

  1. Theresa May has promised to give three million EU migrants the right to stay in the UK after Brexit. The Prime Minster said the EU citizens living in the UK for five years or more will be given the same treatment as full British citizens.

  2. The Government have announced that at least 11 high-rise blocks have been fitted with similar cladding used on Grenfell Tower. Tests are currently being carried out on over 600 high rises across the country.

  3. A Which? investigation into the security of connected devices in the home has shown how hackers could access your home network and connected appliances in as little as four days

  4. The National Audit Office has called the Government's multi billion plans for the new nuclear plant at Hinkley Point a "risky" and "expensive" project

  5. A group of boys in Exeter have worn skirts to school in protest at being told they were not allowed to wear shorts. Is it okay to wear shorts at school or work? We'll be discussing this topic more during the show.

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Alexandra Shulman says goodbye to Vogue after 25 years

I really wanted the Queen. Yes (we tried) but she wouldn’t do it... tried several times over 25 years

– Alexandra Shulman

As she prepares to step down from her position tomorrow as editor at British Vogue magazine after 25 years, Alexandra Shulman joined Good Morning Britain to tell us why she made the big decision and how she feels as her last day approaches.

Alexandra told us that putting together a special publication for the iconic fashion magazine's 100th birthday made her realise it was a good time to move on.

She told Ben and Susanna: “It was when I was looking at a book that I’d published about the 100th year when I realised I’d sort of packaged it all up between these covers and it was all neat and there, and I thought, ‘Listen, if you’re ever gonna go, now is the time to go, otherwise you’re going to be 100.’”