THE QUEER EYE GUYS GIVE SHAUN WILLIAMSON A MAKEOVER TO GET RID OF HIS 'BARRY FROM EASTENDERS' PERSONA
What do you do when the fabulous Queer Eye guys join you for the day? Ask them to makeover actor Shaun Williamson of course!
Four of the Netflix’s Queer Eye guys - Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Karamo Brown and Bobby Berk - joined our Christine Lampard, Nadia Sawalha and guest Loose Men John Barrowman and Spencer Matthews on the show and gave Shaun a new look.
Fashion expert Tan explained Shaun's look, saying: ‘What we did was make sure his hair no longer looked like Barry so we brought it out of his face, give it a bit of volume. The most dramatic change is in his outfit. He looked much older than he was and I don’t think Barry would have ever worn this so Shaun looks incredible in something a lot more youthful. You look younger and lighter.’
STARS OF BOOK CLUB TALK SEX AND BODY IMAGE WITH STACEY SOLOMON AND NADIA SAWALHA
Our Stacey and Nadia jetted to LA recently to talk to to the cast of hilarious new movie Book Club - Jane Fonda, Diane Keaton, Candice Bergen and Mary Steenburgen.
And naturally the conversation was centred around sex, relationships, friendship and body image.
'I'm kind of intimidated by this movie, [people] having this much sex! Is there much hope for me when I get older?' asked Stacey
'Of course,' Candice, 72, said. 'That's what this movie is about.'
'It's important to say, for our audience of a certain age, there's no reason you have to have sex, it should be a choice!' Jane, 80, added. 'If you choose to close up shop at a certain point down there then that's fine too.'
'The screens are huge right, so the faces are enormous,' Jane said of 'older people's love scenes' in movies. 'And you don’t particularly enjoy watching wrinkled lips kissing each other! It's an aesthetic, there are sags under the arm waving back on forth. You don’t think about that when you’re young! That said I think we all look really good in this movie.'
Watch the video above to find out what Jane, Diane, 72, Candice and Mary, 65, said about sex and body confidence.
And while we were there, we caught up with the men starring in the movie too - Don Johnson, Andy Garcia and Craig T. Nelson!
Watch the exclusive video below to see our chat with the guys - and find out if Don has watched his daughter Dakota Johnson in Fifty Shades of Grey!
Book Club is out in the UK on 1 June 2018.
JANET STREET-PORTER AND SHIRLEY BALLAS GET PHYSICAL!
When it comes to getting fit, who better to show you some easy tricks than our Janet and guest Loose Woman Shirley?
Janet, 71, and Shirley, 57, showed off some moves inspired by the programme Helen Mirren reportedly follows - a 12-minute 1950s workout from the Royal Canadian Air Force exercise routine.
Shirley, who does Bikram yoga 'it's my go to exercise when I have time', joined Janet for a demonstration - and they showed some moves with resistance bands too.
Watch the video to pick up some easily fitness tips to keep you moving!
DANA VULIN TALKS ABOUT SURVIVING 64% BURNS AFTER HORRIFIC ATTACK
In an inspirational interview, we were joined by Dana who was attacked and burned in 2011 leaving her with 64% burns.
Shockingly, Dana was doused in methylated spirit and set alight by Natalie Dimitrovska, who had wrongly assumed Dana was having an affair with her husband.
Dana, who was 30 at the time, was left with horrific burns on 64% of her body and has 200 operations and technically died three times. But she refuses to be defined by her scars.
‘The basic cliche of hope,' she said when we asked what kept her going through painful treatment. 'I made a choice to live. I don’t want to live and have a bad life. My family fought so hard for me how dare I not fight for them. I am going to work hard, I’m going to hold my nephew, I’m going to feel his skin.'
COLEEN NOLAN 'UPSET' OVER SISTER MAUREEN'S PLANS TO HAVE A FACELIFT!
Coleen was joined by her sister Maureen and was 'upset' at her plans to have a facelift.
Maureen has booked to have a facelift next week, after saying she feels depressed when she looks in the mirror. But Coleen is not happy.
Coleen said: 'I can’t bear the thoughts of her being in pain, I can’t bear the thoughts of anything going wrong in surgery, I just can’t handle anything else happening to anymore of my sisters, it gives me a lump in my throat at the thought of it.'
'I think the thing for me, I’ll always be proud of you - if you have a facelift or don’t have a facelift, I’ll always be proud of you,' Coleen told Maureen. 'And there’s no denying you’ll look fabulous. I’ll be sitting her saying you look fabulous. Here’s my issues: everyone I meet says "Your sister Maureen is so gorgeous!" I tell them your age  and I go, "She’s had no work done". They say, "She must have" and I say "No". Now, I’ll say, "Yeah, she’s had a facelift". It upsets me a little bit.'