Friday 21st September, 2018: Laura is wearing a red pencil dress by Pretty Dress Co and black shoes by Dorothy Perkins
Living legend Whoopi Goldberg has exclusively told Good Morning that she has been begging Disney bosses for a return of Sister Act - and it might happen.
The Sister Act star, 62, told Kate Garraway that execs at the company are looking into the idea of the film returning, but not in its original format. She hinted that if the franchise does come back it won't star all of the original cast and would go in a "different direction".
The Whoopi said: “We’ve been all over Disney begging. They’ve decided that they’re going to go in a different direction with Sister Act. So it won’t be Sister Act 3 it will be a brand new rendition of Sister Act, and I guess I’ll walk through a scene and that’s how they’ll say I was part of it.”
Watch the full interview above.
European Council President has taunted Theresa May's Chequers Brexit plan saying that it "will not work" at a meeting of European leaders in Salzburg, Austria.
The proposal from the British PM would see the UK leave the European Union but cherry pick sections of legislation that it wishes to continue to abide by.
It would mean that the UK would keep parts of the single market, stop free movement of people and give EU courts "joint jurisdiction" over British law - and vice versa.
Police investigating the deaths of cats around Croydon in south London have revealed the cause.
Following the three year investigation, the Metropolitan Police has said it believes road collisions are the cause of the deaths. The force said "blunt force trauma" was thought to be the cause - the result of car collisions on some of the capital's busiest roads.
Do you get made up when you wake up? Or do you save time and race to the bus, train or tube and wait to put the slap-on while you’re on the go?
A Good Morning Britain poll asked viewers if they ‘hate people doing their makeup on public transport?’ 43% of women voted that they don’t have a problem with applying cosmetics on the move. But others disagreed and said they think it's unhygienic and wrong.
Two people have died after Storm Ali wreaked havoc across Ireland and the UK.
A woman died after the caravan she was reportedly sleeping in blew off a cliff in Galway, Ireland. The woman has been named locally as Elvira Ferraii from Switzerland. She was found on a beach at Claddaghduff in County Galway on Wednesday morning.
A man in his twenties in Northern Ireland also died when he was hit by a falling tree in Co Armagh. The incident saw a man in his forties injured as well.
Much loved former TV presenter and comedy writer Denis Norden has died at the age of 96, his family said.
Famous for hosting ITV's 'It'll Be Alright on the Night' for 29 years, he died on Wednesday morning at the Royal Free Hospital in north London. He had been there for "many weeks".
A family statement read: "We’d like to say a huge thank you to all the dedicated staff and doctors who have looked after him – with much devotion."
It continued: "A wonderful dad, a loving grandfather and great great-grandfather – he gave his laughter-mongering to so many. He will be in our hearts forever."
A woman has died after the caravan she was in blew off a cliff in Galway, Ireland.
It’s been reported the body of a woman in her 50s was found on a beach at Claddaghduff in County Galway on Wednesday morning.
Irish President Michael D Higgins shared his condolences to the victim’s family, stating: "I was deeply saddened to learn that Storm Ali has already claimed one victim today in Claddaghduff, Co Galway.” He added: "As President of Ireland, may I express my deepest condolences to her family."
A Garda statement said: "At approximately 7.45am a report was received that a caravan had blown off the cliff at the above location. A search was carried out at the scene on the beach and after a short time the body of a female in her 50s was recovered."