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We recorded the new video in LA. I was prettified up there because I'm scared of heights.
The Vamps are quickly becoming music’s hottest property!
The boys joined us to talk about their new single, Wake Up and we have an exclusive clip of their new video.
The Vamps have a very special guest in their new video in the form of Brooklyn Beckham. On talking about whether they class Brooklyn as friends, James said, "I'd like to think so," before joking, "he'd probably say no."
Single Wake Up is out today and the new album Wake Up is released 27 November.
The Vamps UK Tour kicks off in March 2016.
If ever there was a man who needs no introduction, it’s Sir Bruce Forsyth.
An old-school entertainer, he’s a showbiz survivor, one of the last of the true variety performers and is still very much in demand after eight decades in the business.
Fashions come and go but it seems his brand of style and entertainment is timeless!
Talking about Strictly, Bruce revealed, "I'm going to do Children In Need and I'm going to do the Christmas show."
The Vamps took over the Loose Women twitter on Friday.
Check out some of the best responses below. Did your question get answered?
Don't have a stroke at 39,000 ft! It was terrifying, it was really scary
TV legend Chris Tarrant OBE is best known as the host of ITV game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? and his cheeky persona on children’s television show Tiswas in the 70s and 80s.
Chris had a difficult year last year during the filming of his new six-part series, Extreme Railway Journeys; suffering a series of strokes and fearing he would be in a wheelchair for the rest of his life.
Chris had been filming in Thailand and suffered a stroke on the plane home from Bangkok to London. He said that he initially thought it was cramp and didn't alert any medical staff on the nine hour flight until he arrived back in London.
This October Loose Women will be marking Breast Cancer Awareness Month by inviting breast cancer survivors and their loved ones to join our studio audience for a very special show.
It will be a positive and upbeat show with a very exciting special guest, true survivors' stories and nice surprises too. There may be a chance to speak if you want, but absolutely no pressure if you'd rather not.
So if you've battled breast cancer we would love you to join us alongside those who've helped you the most. It could be a family member, partner, friend - anyone (male or female) who's been your rock throughout your journey.
The show is filmed at our studios on London's Southbank and you will need to be available from 11am until 2pm on Friday 9th October.
If you're interested, please get in touch ASAP by sending your name and phone number to email@example.com We're looking forward to seeing you here!
I'd say to my young self- you're perfect the way you are
For over four decades flame haired beauty and veteran popstar Belinda Carlisle has made heaven a place on earth for her legions of fans with her instantly recognisable pop anthems.
Belinda spoke to the Loose Women about love at first sight with her husband and said the secret to their 32 year marriage is time apart and separate bedrooms! "Everyone needs their space."
Belinda has been singing since she was 17 and has previously spoken about how she struggled with addiction and alcoholism for 30 years until I was 47. She said, "Everybody has their demons."
From blue collar beginnings on the south side of Chicago, Irish-American Michael Flatley strutted and toe tapped his way to the top, becoming the most famous Irish dancer in the world and amassing a fortune on the way.
He was recently ranked number seven on the Sunday Times Rich list for musicians with an estimated worth of £195m. He has entertained millions around the world since his breakthrough success with Riverdance in 1994 and has spawned countless spin offs.
Michael joined us today ahead of his show Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games moving to London’s Playhouse Theatre in October, and his final ever performance at the Lyric Theatre on New York’s Broadway in the New Year.