The everyday heroes from the people's Strictly

We've been rehearsing for quite a while, it's been fantastic.

– Trishna on dancing on Strictly

This morning we meet the chosen ones - two of the everyday heroes who've been picked from thousands of nominees to compete in this year's Comic Relief Strictly special.

Trishna has MS and works with charities to raise awareness. Anna has two boys with autism and has set up schools and support groups for other autistic children and their families.

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The mothers who are going it alone

In the run up to Mother's Day, we'll be looking at the different modern approaches to motherhood - including the rise of single women having IVF in order to have the family they've always dreamed of before it's too late.

The number of single women choosing to have IVF has doubled over five years and one in 50 British newborns is an IVF baby.

Lorraine meets one mum who has gone it alone - 46-year-old Kimberlee Hanson. She's one of a growing number of professional women who haven't found Mr Right and have decided to go it alone using a sperm and egg donor. She is now a mother of a baby boy Leo.

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The men who empathise with pregnancy

From exhaustion to bladder discomfort to lack of sleep, very few men will ever endure the array of aches and pains of pregnancy.

However, Steve Hanson, Jonny Biggins and Jason Bramley, in an effort to pay tribute to the challenges of pregnancy, have decided to wear 33-pound 'empathy bellies' for one month straight in the run up to Mother's Day. They join us today in week two of their bizarre challenge.

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The men in their pregnancy bellies!

What's your most embarrassing moment?

It's the moment everyone is talking about - when Madonna fell off stage at the Brits.

We'd like to hear what you. Let us know your most embarrassing moments? When did you last wish the ground would swallow you up?

Let us know by getting in touch before 9am on Thursday 26 February on Twitter or Facebook or by emailing us at lorraine@itv.com, and we may use your comments on the show. For terms and conditions see itv.com/terms.

WATCH: Madonna takes a fall at the Brits

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Did you drink during your pregnancy?

The Government has been warned to change its advice on drinking during pregnancy. Current guidelines recommend not to drink more than one to two units once or twice a week. But new research has found that just half a glass of wine can stop the baby from moving and breathing for up to two hours.

Did you drink during your pregnancy - and if so, how much? And are you confused by the mixed messages? We'd love to hear from you.

Let us know by getting in touch before 9am on Thursday 26 February on Twitter or Facebook or by emailing us at lorraine@itv.com, and we may use your comments on the show. For terms and conditions seeitv.com/terms.

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How would your partner cope with pregnancy?

On Thursday's show we're meeting three dads who've taken on the ultimate challenge - to experience first-hand what it's like to be nine months pregnant.

If your partner experienced being pregnant for a day, how do you think they'd cope? And what do you think they'd struggle with most? We'd love to hear from you!

Let us know by getting in touch before 9am on Thursday 26 February on Twitter or Facebook or by emailing us at lorraine@itv.com, and we may use your comments on the show. For terms and conditions see itv.com/terms.

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