The upcoming series of Strictly Come Dancing will be the first without original host Sir Bruce Forsyth, who has presented the show for over a decade.
But the show is back and with a host of new celebrities ready to step into their dancing shoes, like our very own Susanna Reid did, so it’s only fair that we sent her to the launch!
We're celebrating 25 years of the the legend that is Dr Hilary Jones on Good Morning Britain today!
The good doctor has helped the viewers of ITV breakfast television for the last quarter of a century, so we felt it was necessary to take a look at Hilary through the years!
And don't forget to share your memories using #DrH25years and get involved on Facebook and Twitter or by emailing your comments to GMB@itv.com before 8am Wednesday 3 September for a chance to get them on air. You must be 18 and over, terms at: itv.com/terms
World leaders will meet in Wales tomorrow for the start of a summit in Newport, with the biggest gathering of countries, attending the NATO summit.
Newport has gone into lockdown with high security measures, including more than 10,000 police officers assigned to protect the conference.
The summit takes place as the government's emergency Cobra committee plans to meet, after a video was released by Islamic State militants claiming to show the beheading of a second American journalist. It warns a British hostage could be next.
Five-year-old Ashya King is expected to be reunited with his mum and dad in the next few hours at the hospital in Malaga where he's being treated for a brain tumour.
His parents were released from prison in Madrid last night after the Crown Prosecution Service in Britain dropped the neglect case against them.
And it's Strictly sequins as this year's stars show off their moves for first time
It's one of the first celebrity bashes of the season and this one is all about the boys!
Richard Arnold was at the GQ Man of the Year Awards last night, mixing with winners like Pharrell Williams and Benedict Cumberbatch!
Take That's Gary Barlow has used his Twitter account to issue a public apology for his involvement in aggressive tax avoidance schemes.
Take That members Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen and manager Jonathan Wild were among some 1,000 people involved.
They paid into a schemes said the support the music industry, but a tribunal judge later decided they had been specifically set up to avoid paying tax.
There were calls to strip Barlow of his OBE when news of his involvement was first revealed.
It is what we feared unfortunately.
A video has been released by Islamist militant group IS claiming to show the murder of American journalist Steven Sotloff. The video, which the White House is working to verify, once again shows a man masked in black speaking with a British accent as he stands behind what appears to be Mr Sotloff.
The video follows last months murder of American journalist James Foley. IS have threatened to kill a British hostage the allegedly have. The government's emergency Cobra committee will meet this morning.
We spoke to Former Imam, Usama Hasan.