BAFTA award-winning writer and actress Ruth Jones joins Lorraine to talk about one of Text Santa's charities - the Alzheimer's Society, which supports people, family and carers who are affected by dementia.
Ruth's personal story is of her mother-in-law Margaret and how she lost her battle with the disease back in 2012.
Erica Roe - dubbed Britain's most famous streaker after she stormed the pitch at Twickenham in 1982 during a rugby match between England and Australia - joins Lorraine to talk about the release of her new topless calendar.
All profits will go towards breast cancer research in memory of her sister who died from the disease. The photos were taken by her daughter Imogen.
According to The Daily Mail, 4 in 10 of us fake joy at unwanted Christmas gifts.
For men the most-dreaded gifts are dodgy ties and cartoon socks while women hate getting diet books and tacky ornaments. And a quarter of us admit to giving gifts we know the other person won't even like!
We'd love to hear what you think of that - what's the dodgiest gift you've ever been given? And have you knowingly given a gift that you knew the other person would hate?
Please get in touch by tweeting us at @ITVLorraine or commenting on our Facebook page by 9am on 76 December and your comments may be used on air. You must be 18 and over, for full terms and conditions visit itv.com/terms.
Tune in on Wednesday for Sally Bee's healthy version of Christmas pudding plus some special guests including Gavin and Stacey actress Ruth Jones and comedian Jason Manford!
Tune in from 8:30am for all this and more with Lorraine Kelly.
I want to say thank you to everyone at the Alzheimers Society. They helped me the float when I was sinking. They have been amazing. I won't let Hasan forget me.
Our Text Santa appeal continues today as we talk to Hande Gogus who's 68-year-old husband Hasan is now in advanced stages of dementia.
Hande found it difficult to come to terms with what was happening to her husband and his behaviour. Hasan would dig holes in the garden and spend excessive amounts of money on credit cards. He also turned quite aggressive towards her, so she is very grateful for the support she has received from the Alzheimers Society.
It was really surreal, it was like a ghost town
Six months ago we met Sergeant Richard Rogers and Flight Sergeant Mel Patterson as they were preparing to leave for Afghanistan.
Now, with the troops out of Afghanistan they are home for Christmas and look back on their final deployment to Camp Bastion.
Richard said: 'It was really surreal at the end, it was like a ghost town. AS if everyone had left and hadn't told me about it.'
Flight Sergeant Mel Patterson is excited about a trip to Florida over Christmas with her son.
She said: 'We'll have some quality time together, just having fun. It feels so strange with all the shops being so Christmassy as we've missed the build up of Christmas.'
Christmas shoppers are ditching the Internet for the High Street. Let us know if you've had enough of Internet shopping and why?
Have you spent hours waiting in for deliveries that never came? Have you been upset by where your packages have been left? Or do you believe Internet shopping has taken all the hassle out of Christmas for you?
Please get in touch by tweeting us at @ITVLorraine or commenting on our Facebook page by 9am on 16 December and your comments may be used on air. You must be 18 and over, for full terms and conditions visit itv.com/terms.
As we continue with our Text Santa campaign, today we speak to Fiona Phillips about her parents decline from Alzheimer's Disease and hear the story of Helen and Doug.
Helen Anderson has Alzheimer's and lives at home with her husband, Doug, who cares for her. She was diagnosed over four years ago at the age of 80.