We had royalty in today, the King of British (via Trinidad, of course!) soul, Billy Ocean!
He was in chatting about the tour that he is currently on (and judging by our Twitter today, lots of you have been to see him!) and his latest album, which is a best of as well as a compilation of his favourite songs by other artists.
If you want to see the whole show, simply visit the ITV Hub - it's all there!
The artist and documentary presenter Grayson Perry joined us on the show today.
He was on to talk about his new show which begins tonight on Channel 4, about the pressures that men are under in the modern world, and the mechanisms they use to cope with it.
The whole fascinating chat is available over at the ITV Hub - always the place to go!
Billy Ocean and Grayson Perry are on the show today - who else gives you diversity like that?!
Grayson joins us to chat about his latest documentary, ‘Grayson Perry: All Man’, which investigates contemporary masculinity. It airs tonight on Channel Four at 10pm, with the following two episodes airing on Wednesday 12th and 19th May at the same time.
Billy is on the show to promote his new album ‘Here You Are: The Best Of Billy Ocean’ which he released on 29th April. It’s a double CD, one featuring old classic hits and one featuring tunes that he’s covered. He will also be talking about his extensive 19-date UK tour which he’s currently on. It started on 22nd April in Oxford and finishes on 31st July in Cheshire.
Your panel - Ruth, Saira, Sherrie and Janet. See you at 12:30pm!
As part of #LWlightentheload, we discussed loneliness, and how it can affect women of all ages.
Sherrie opened up about how she has been on her own since 2002, and how coming home to no one to share excitement, news or laughter can make her sad.
If you want to know more about the Lighten The Load campaign, simply visit itv.com/loosewomen - all the details are there.
Anthea Turner appeared on today's show, and she opened up about the pain of divorce in her fifties.
She's writing a book about her experiences and what she did to cope.
"One of my big points in this book is, you should never see this as a weakness, to be decent, to let go. All those things. Have all those conversations with your friends, talk to the mirror, but be true to the real you, not the you who is raging. Don't make decisions after the third glass of wine. It's not going to help."
On Wednesday's show...
Anthea Turner joins us today - In the latest chapter of her life, Anthea joins us to talk about why she’s decided to write a self-help book for divorcees, following the divorce from her second husband, Grant Bovey, which finalised in October. There’s no publication date for the book yet, but she’s started writing it and hopes to release it early next year.
We'll be chatting about touching the bump (that's the pregnancy bump!), loneliness, and revisiting our Lighten The Load mental health campaign, that you can find here.
Today's panel - Ruth, Coleen, Sherrie and Jane, and they shall see you at 12:30pm.
Jill Halfpenny was a guest on the show today.
She was chatting about the new series of 'In The Club' on BBC1, and chatting about balancing her home life and her career.
She explained: "I struggle, I actually really struggle. I do the job that I love and I want to feel creative and I want to do all those things, but when I'm away from home it hurts. I have that tremendous guilt."
We had the wonderful and inspirational Katie Piper on the show today.
She talked about her new show 'Never Seen A Doctor', and how married life is treating her, and whether more kids are on the horizon...
"I don't know, never say never. I'm one of three so we'll see."
"It's been really busy year. She [her daughter Belle] is two now so she is kind of talking and walking and she is into everything."