Yesterday Kate Garraway took the plunge live in the studio, so we weren't going to let our Lorraine get away with it were we?
It made you feel like you were the enemy. It gets inside your mind.
Last week the world was shocked when Hollywood actor Robin Williams took his own life, sparking a debate over the link between depression and suicide.
Here in the UK, 76% of all suicides are carried out by men, and man who understands the reality behind this figure is 25-year-old comedian Jake Mills.
Jake tried to take his own life nine months ago, and joins us today to raise awareness about the issue.
Anchovies have been voted the food that most Britons love to hate, the survey of more than 1,000 people said that they pick food they don't like out of a meal. And more than one in five even feed un-wanted food to the dog! But we want to know, what foods do you dislike?
You've probably seen Kate's soaking at the hands of James and Helen but you most certainly haven't seen it in super slow motion!
Poor Kate... still though... it makes for a great video!
Dan Wootton kindly nominated Kate to be the latest participant in the Ice Bucket Challenge!
After accepting the challenge (what a sport!), we doused her in icy water to raise money and awareness for Motor Neurone Disease.
In 1989, a birthday party Jonathan Phang organised for his business partner ended in tragedy after their pleasure boat the Marchioness collided with Bowbelle, a huge sand dredger, and sank within seconds, drowning 51 of the 130 passengers.
On the 25th anniversary of the tragedy, Jonathan shares his story with us, and tells us how he's managed to turn his life around.
It had an enormous affect on my life. It took me about twenty years to confront it.
Eating Fish and Chips on Blackpool pier, rock pooling and skimming stones are among the top simple pleasures for families according to a new guide.
We would love to know what you think? What are your top simple pleasures? Get in touch on Facebook, Twitteror by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org before 9am today and we may use your comments on the show. You must be 18 and over, terms at itv.com/terms.
Mother-of-two Jo Pavey, 40, has become the oldest female European Athletics champion after winning gold in the 10,000m in Zurich - and has put her success down to being a busy mum. She won gold just 10 days after winning a bronze medal in the Commonwealth games in Glasgow.
Jo has a four year old called Jacob, and an 11-month-old baby called Emily who both watched her historic win in Zurich. Her husband Gavin is also her coach and Jo says her family inspires her to keep running.
We chat to the remarkable sportswoman and mum about how she juggles motherhood, being an older mum and being top of her game, and to talk about the ITV Local Heroes campaign.