The greatest showman on earth!

Roll up, roll up as entertainment and showbiz national treasure, Brian Conley takes on our Loose Women! The comedy legend had us in stitches during today's show making the funniest entrance of the series so far!

Catch Brian playing the greatest showman on earth in his latest venture 'Barnum' on now at the Birmingham Hippodrome.

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A cheeky bit of audience participation!

Backstage with Andrea, Penny and Jane

The unpopable Adam Hills

Travesty in the Loose office this morning when we found out that a new model of bubble wrap, which does NOT pop, is due to be rolled out soon. Apparently it takes up less space and is cheaper for!

Bubble lovers worldwide have taken to social media to air their concerns and it looks like today's guest will swiftly be joining them....

The Last Leg is on Channel 4, Fridays at 10pm.

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Let's talk about Amy...

As father to one of the most talented artists in British music history, Mitch Winehouse was a regular face in the press during Amy’s rise and fall. After her tragic death in July 2011, aged just 27, he established the Amy Winehouse Foundation in order help young people in need, just like Amy.

Mitch has been back in the papers in recent weeks, expressing his unhappiness with the new documentary that's been made about the singer, called, simply ‘Amy’. He join us this lunchtime to talk about the film, family and Amy's legacy.

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The hidden dangers of your BBQ

The one thing that will keep you safe is an audible CO alarm. I do not know of an incident or a fatality where there has been an audible alarm fitted.

– Gas industry expert Chris Bielby MBE

Gas industry expert Chris Bielby, MBE joined us today as part of our Say No to CO campaign to talk about the carbon monoxide dangers of barbecues when camping and at home.

He stressed the importance of taking a CO audible alarm with you on holiday as well as having one fitted in your home.

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The Hoff talks weddings and surviving in showbiz

Part of my longevity in this business is the truth. You've got to have a laugh at yourself.

– David Hasselhoff

David Hasselhoff says the ability to not take himself too seriously is the reason he's enjoyed such a successful career.

The former Baywatch star sends himself up in his new documentary-style sitcom Hoff The Record and says it's his honesty which has got him where he is today.

David, 62, also revealed he will eventually get married to fiancee Hayley Roberts - who is three decades his junior - when things have slowed down a bit.

'I'll get married again but at the moment I'm still thinking about where I'm going to live!' he joked.

Hoff The Record on Dave, Thursdays at 9pm

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