On Wednesday's show we're joined by MOBO winner Lemar and we meet our last Woman of the Year finalist, who has dedicated her life to helping families with disabled children.
Plus Giovanna Fletcher reveals the importance of #Breastmates!
Can you shake your booty like Queen B?
Next week, Giovanna's me-time adventures sees her join a dance class to perfect her Beyonce moves. If you can jiggle your jelly like the superstar, we'd love to see a demo!
Please do send us a video of yourself grooving to firstname.lastname@example.org by 6pm on Monday 19 October for a chance to get them on air.
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Going through a divorce with kids is one of the hardest things ever.
Ross King chats to pop music royalty Jennifer Lopez about her new DVD Dance Again, which documents life on her 2012 world tour.
Today Mark Heyes shares how to wear flares and talks celebrity shoes as Emma Watson, Lionel Richie, Kate Moss's kicks take pride of place in a charity auction.
It was so important to offer the gift of life to someone else
Sue Burton is a finalist for this year's Inspirational Woman of the Year award.
In 2003, Sue's teenage son died suddenly and she donated his heart to a teenager called Marc.
Marc's mum, Linda McCay, nominated Sue for the award - after her decision saved Marc's life.
The donation wasn't something that Sue and her son Martin had talked about, because he was so young, but Sue instantly knew that it was the right thing to do. Martin had wanted to be a nurse and Sue knew that the donation could save another mother from going through the pain that she was about to experience.
Sue said: "If I knew I could save another mother from going through what I had ahead of me, then that's what I wanted to do."
Sue now supports bereaved parents on a charity helpline and holds meetings in her home. She also raises awareness about organ donation.
"I still carry martin, unseen, everyday. He's with me in everything I do," Sue said.
"Martin has left such a legacy. I'm so proud of him for the gift of life he gave."
Both Sue and Linda will be on the sofa.
If you scratch beneath the surface, there's a lot of layers to it
Actor Stephen Tompkinson joins Lorraine to talk about his new farcical comedy play Pig Farm. Stephen hasn't been on stage since appearing three years ago in Spamalot and makes his London stage return this autumn when he stars alongside Dan Fredenburgh, Erik Odom and Charlotte Parry in Greg Kotis' comedy at the St James Theatre.
Monday 12 October: Lorraine wears a dress from John Lewis and shoes from Marks & Spencer