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Iconic supermodel Naomi Campbell hosted the Cannes Fashion for Relief catwalk show on Sunday and caught up with Richard Arnold to tell us more.
Poor Richard was told he "needs to trend it up a bit" by a forthright Naomi, who knows a thing or two about fashion, having walked the world's most famous runways for the past three decades.
The South London native said: "We're grafters, we like to work hard and get things done. Nothing wrong with that."
She also touched upon her friendship with the late Nelson Mandela, telling Richard: "I really do know how blessed I was to know this man for 20 years, I really do."
Watch the full interview above
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I haven't seen a singer as good as you [Kyle] on Britain's Got Talent in a very, very long time
This morning we were joined by Britain's Got Talent singer Kyle Tomlinson. The 15 year old received David Walliams' Golden Buzzer after being rejected by him two years ago.
After his stunning rendition of Hallelujah, Kyle admitted he was panicking prior to his performance and was worried about letting his family and friends down.
Watch the full interview above.
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Researchers warn guzzling on the go is making Brits fat - and tempting others to be unhealthy.
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EU countries meet in Brussels today to try to sort out how and when Brexit negotiations will begin.
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Have you opened a pack of snacks and been disappointed by the small amount of contents?
Hundreds of viewers have got in touch because they opened the packaging of items bought on their weekly shop and found a lot of empty space.