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Coming up on Monday's show we're joined by 'Allo 'Allo's Sue Hodge - who played Mimi Labonq in the hit sitcom, and Beyonce's stuntwomen Amanda Foster.

We'll also have crafts with Jacqui Joseph and Dean is in the kitchen with a great crowd pleaser for the long weekend!

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Greg James: We should be united by music

As long as we’re respectful of the people and the victims of this week we should celebrate and we should move forward, and that’s what music does to a lot of people.

– Greg James wants people to unite through music

Greg James was on the show this morning to tell us why he believes it's important that gigs and concerts continue. There have been increased concerns about security threats at large scale concerts and events in the wake of the Manchester terror attacks this week which left 22 dead and injured dozens more.

Radio 1's Big weekend will go ahead this weekend with extra security measure in Hull this weekend and James hope that the music will serve to unite people. James, told Lorraine that we need to be respectful about what has happened and of the many the victims, but that we also need to carry on.

'Being united by the music is absolutely the message of the weekend really.'

Ariana Grande tops charts following Manchester terror attack

Ariana Grande's One Last Time is number one on the UK iTunes chart after fans campaigned to get the singers tune top of the charts in memory of the victims of the Manchester terror attack. The track was the last song played at Monday night's gig before a bomb exploded in the foyer of the Manchester Arena, killing 22 people, including children, and injuring dozens more.

Fans took to twitter urging the public to download the tune as tribute to the victims, and radio stations began to play the song prompting emotional reactions from fans.

One Last Time, is a track from her 2014 album, My Everything, and originally peaked at Number 24 on the Official Chart back in June 2015.

Ariana sent an emotional tweet after the attack, expressing her distress, and has subsequently suspended her tour.

The pop singer's management team said: 'Due to the tragic events in Manchester the Dangerous Woman tour with Ariana Grande has been suspended until we can further assess the situation and pay our proper respects to those lost.'

Unconfirmed reports have circulated online about Grande's plans to pay for the victims' funerals. Fans have also suggested that the proceeds from her single this week may be donated to support victims and their families.