JOE MCFADDEN TALKS STRICTLY AND SCOTTISH DANCING!
He's the star of Holby City who has wowed audiences on Strictly Come Dancing and Joe joined us to talk about his dance floor antics.
When asked if he fancied doing some Scottish dancing on the show, Joe said, 'I would love them too. They should do a Scottish version, they do an Irish version. I'm quite looking forward to getting the kilt on actually - for the first time my legs are actually in alright shape. I've been bouncing around on them for 10 weeks.'
And Joe is feeling nervous about performing two dances - the American Smooth and Argentine tango in the semi-final.
'I'm nervous about the semi-final,' Joe admitted. 'We've had a fantastic time and gotten to this stage. It's the first week I've not had any injuries and I feel like I'm in the rhythm of it now. It feels nice to be doing two dances.'
ROBBIE WILLIAMS OPENS UP ABOUT HIS RECENT HEALTH SCARE
He was forced to cancel some of his tour dates and Robbie explained the health issues which caused him so much bother this year.
‘I got a really bad back at the start of the year and it was really debilitating, then I had to go on tour, and at the best of times I have to be 100% to go on tour because its really demanding,' he explained.
‘I had a slipped disc in the middle of my back, and a slipped disc in my neck and arthritis in the bottom of my back so I was a mess. I was taking injections to go on each night and as the tour went on it just caught up with me. But I managed to do 97% of the tour and I missed out Russia. But I haven’t missed a show since 1998 so I’ve got a pretty good record.’
Robbie was offered surgery for the slipped disc, but revealed it would have left him bed bound for nearly a year.
‘I was going to [have surgery]… the operation they wanted to do for me was to break two of my ribs, go in through the back, and put a plate on my ribs. And then I was going to have to lie down for 8 months. The recuperation was 8 months of me and YouTube and [to panelists] you lovely people.’
ROBBIE WILLIAMS JOINS LOOSE WOMEN - AND WIFE ADYA GETS HER REVENGE ON HIM!
When the fire alarm went off poor Robbie got the blame but it didn't stop the show and Mr Williams joined us to talk about his relationship with Ayda and much, much more!
'I'm scared about what's going to happen. I upset my life by flipping my wife in the red chair on Graham Norton. I thought she'd find it hilarious,' Robbie said as he discussed his new autobiography Reveal.
But we gave Ayda the chance to get her own back on Robbie!
Watch the video to see what happened when Ayda got her revenge!
Plus, Robbie switch on the Loose Women office Christmas lights after some carols from the Show Choir!
FORMER WESTLIFE SINGER MARK FEEHILY JOINED US TO TALK ABOUT SOLO LIFE
First out of ouradvent calendar was ex-Westlife singer Mark who treated us to Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas from his album, Christmas.And Mark joined Ruth, Sherrie, Jane and Saira to talk about going solo and supporting Mariah Carey on tour - as well as the time they got Chinese takeaway together!
Watch the videos for the full interview and performance!
GEMMA LOWERY AND JERMAIN DEFOE PAY TRIBUTE TO BRADLEY AS THEY PREPARE FOR THE FIRST CHRISTMAS WITHOUT HIM
Bradley Lowery captured the hearts of the nation by bravely smiling through his fight against cancer. And his mum Gemma and 'best friend' footballer Jermain appeared on the show to speak about coping with their first Christmas without Bradley.
After being diagnosed at just 18 months old, Bradley was just six when he died in July after losing his battle.
His mum Gemma joined us to talk about the legacy Bradley left and said that they would find it incredibly challenging over the Christmas period.
'We're doing ok, considering. I focus a lot on the foundation because that's what gets me through the day,' Gemma said. 'Bradley was very caring - he always looked out for other children. He didn’t see himself as poorly, and if he found out someone else was poorly he would always want to help. Through the foundation his legacy will continue and hopefully make a difference to other families.'