JASON MANFORD PERFORMS THE IMPOSSIBLE DREAM LIVE ON THE SHOW AND CHATS ABOUT HIS BODY STORY
We've been laughing at him for years but Jason shocked us with his incredible singing voice in his first ever live TV performance.
The comedian joined us to sing The Impossible Dream before joining Christine, Lisa, Linda and Janet.
And Jason, who has released his debut album, A Different Stage, had us in fits of laughter as he described his smart new look in a suit saying, 'I'm a singer now. That's why I wear a waistcoat, it's like Spanx for men.'
And he told us that he's lost about a stone in weight after he got stuck while going down a waterslide while on holiday with his children!
'I got stuck on a waterslide - it was mortifying! In that moment I thought, "I've got to sort things out",' Jason revealed.
Watch the video to see Jason talk about his his nan inspired his singing career.
JESSICA CUNNINGHAM OPENS UP ABOUT TELLING HER DAUGHTERS THEIR DADDY HAD DIED
In an emotional chat, The Apprentice star appeared alongside Jeff Brazier, whose ex Jade Goody died from cancer leaving him a single dad, to discuss how she broke the news to her kids about their dad’s death.
Jessica’s ex-partner Alistair Eccles was found dead at his home in August, leaving behind his three young daughters with Jessica and his girlfriend.
‘The day it happened, he was supposed to pick the girls up in the morning to have them for the full week. I got the phone call from his sister saying that he had taken his own life. When you hear news like that, your world just stops,' Jessica said.
‘Poppy was the last one to wake up in the morning. As soon as I heard the footsteps, my heart just sunk into the pit of my stomach. ‘I said “Daddy’s not going to be able to pick you up this morning, he’s had an accident to his head”.’
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SIMON WEBBE REVEALS ALL ABOUT HIS ROMANTIC PROPOSAL!
There's nothing we like more than a love story with a happy ending. And Blue singer Simon joined Ruth, Coleen, Jane and Stacey to reveal how he popped the question to girlfriend Ayshen Kemal back in February 2017.
The couple, who had been together for a year and a half, were on holiday together in Jamaica when he arranged a romantic meal on their last night to propose.
Simon, who is wearing his own engagement ring, surprised Ayshen with a plate of chocolate piping that read 'Will you marry me?' - and Ayshen revealed her first reaction was 'I feel sick!' before she said 'Yes!'
Watch the video to see the full chat with Simon and Ayshen who joined him from the audience.
MATT LUCAS OPENS UP ABOUT GOING TO THERAPY, LOSING HIS HAIR AT SIX AND WHETHER LITTLE BRITAIN WOULD COME BACK
He's one of the funniest men aroundand Matt had us in stitches when he joined us to talk about his life stories which he's written about in new autobiography, Little Me.
And while we chuckled at his Little Britain impressions, Matt also touched on some emotional times of his life, such as the death of his father when he was 22 as he was becoming famous and coming out as gay. 'I went to therapy - it was the best thing I've ever done,' Matt revealed.
Matt also paid tribute to Irish comedian Sean Hughes who sadly died. 'Sean was one of the biggest stars when I started out. It's a very sad loss,' Matt said.
Watch both videos for the full Matt Lucas experience.