Join us on Monday for a big announcement from Atomic Kitten and a chat with Judy Garland's daughter Lorna Luft.
Plus, Richard Arnold chats to Hollywood star Jude Law about his new film Black Sea and Nadia Sawalha will be here, kicking off the countdown to Christmas with some festive flapjacks! Mmm... delicious!
Tune in from 8:30am for all this and more with Lorraine Kelly.
There were more celebrations for Lorraine in the studio today!
Fresh from her success at the Scottish BAFTAs, Lorraine was treated to a birthday cake ahead of her special day at the weekend.
Happy Birthday Lorraine!
You've got to be on the ball!
Celebrity and Society photographer Richard Young joins us to talk about his first book in ten years - Nightclubbing.
The book features candid party shots of celebrities from legendary nightclubs in the 70's, 80's, 90's and noughties. Its a celebration of his 40 year career.
A new year always brings new horizons - but if you could change just one thing in your life, to make it even better, what would that be?
We're looking for viewers who want to change one thing. It could be starting a new business, moving house, overcoming a phobia or finding the man or woman of your dreams. Whatever it is, however crazy it seems, we want to know.
Do you think it's right that gastric band surgery should be available to more people on the NHS?
Or perhaps you feel that overweight people should make more effort to lose weight or even foot the bill themselves?
Calling all parents, have you been trying to find an Elsa Snow Glow Doll for your child this christmas?
If you're struggling to find one, because they are sold out in stores all over the UK, then we want to hear from you to speak to you about possibly appearing on the show. Please get in touch on Twitter and Facebook or by emailing email@example.com by 7pm today. You need to 18 or over. Terms and conditions at itv.com/terms.
A new survey found our top ten worst crimes against good manners include: parking in a disabled space without a blue badge, failing to give up a seat for a pregnant or elderly passenger, and those who press lift buttons to make them close too quickly.
So we'd like to know what you think - what gets your goat and winds you up? What are the worst acts of rudeness you've witnessed? Or maybe you know you are guilty of doing something that annoys the rest of your family and friends.
It's thirty years exactly since the first Band Aid single was recorded and Sir Bob Geldof brought together some of the biggest names in pop to record a charity single to fight famine in Ethiopia.
The single went on to sell fifty million copies worldwide and set the trend for celebrity charity recordings. Now, with Band Aid 30 becoming the fastest single of 2014, we look back at where it all began. Paul Young and Tony Hadley join us on the sofa to share their memories of the original Band Aid.