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He's just taking over the world!
Glee star and host of Virtually Famous Kevin McHale joins us to chat about uniting music and acting once again in his big screen role in new film: The Choir - in which he stars alongside Dustin Hoffman.
As the final series of Glee comes to an end in the US, Kevin told Ben and Susanna, "We had an incredible run, it was obviously life-changing for a number of reasons."
Kevin added that people were surprised he wasn't in a wheelchair like his Glee character Artie Abrams, "Six years on, it happens every single day."
In The Choir, Kevin goes from being a student of music, to a teacher. On working with Dustin Hoffman, Kevin revealed, "We bonded, I love him. He's serious, we talked a lot about politics ... he's just taking over the world!"
It's International Joke Day, so we want to hear your best (and worst) jokes this morning. If you need inspiration, just watch how Ben and Charlotte tell 'em!
Latest from ITV News
Hollywood couple Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner are to end their ten-year marriage, the pair have confirmed in a statement.
The couple said: "After much thought and careful consideration, we have made the difficult decision to divorce.
We go forward with love and friendship for one another and a commitment to co-parent our children, whose privacy we ask to be respected during this difficult time."
The more you look at Tunisia, you realise that it's a country of deep contrasts
The first RAF flight carrying the bodies of British tourists killed in Tunisia will arrive back in the UK this afternoon. In Sousse in Tunisia, Richard Gaisford is learning more about gunman Seifeddine Rezgui, the town he'd been living in and the 'deep contrasts' that exist in the country.