Kym Marsh on meeting the woman who saved her daughter's life

My whole pregnancy, with Polly was touch and go. I was in and out of hospital a lot. We knew she was going to be premature, we didn’t know how premature

– Kym speaks about daughter Polly's premature birth

When Coronation Street star Kym Marsh gave birth to daughter Polly seven weeks prematurely in 2011, she feared she may not survive - but thanks to the amazing staff of the NHS, Polly pulled through.

Today, she spoke about meeting one of the NHS staff who helped save her daughter’s life.

Kym confessed: “It was wonderful to see Kath with Polly. She hasn’t seen her since she left the unit, which was seven years ago now. Explaining to Polly who Kath was and to see her say thank you was lovely and we all got a little emotional.

“It’s what they are doing every day, that’s just my story. Think of all the people they are doing that every day for.”

Watch Kym in the one-off special NHS Singalong Live on ITV tonight at 9pm.

Ross King gets emotional as he reflects on his MBE

Ross King spoke emotionally this morning about receiving his MBE from the Queen in Edinburgh.

Asked how he felt about the special day, Ross replied: "It's really surreal. You know exactly what it is like. It's just so many different emotions... I choke up really easily."

Lorraine, who received an OBE herself in 2012, replied with: "I'm not surprised, love. I cried the whole way through."

Arlene Phillips: 'Craig deserves a Strictly pay rise'

I do think experience counts, if you’re on a show in the West End and you decide to stay on, you get an increase every year for the experience that you’ve had

– Arlene on the Strictly pay row

Arlene Phillips believes Craig Revel Horwood should be given a pay rise for his loyalty to BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing.

Craig has been on the show for 15 years, and recently spoke about Shirley Ballas’ wage being higher than his, despite her only being a judge for one series.

On today's show, Arlene said: "It is important that women do get the same pay – same job, same pay grade. But also for experience – Craig has been there a long time and I think he deserves every penny."

Arlene also told us about her star studded gala show A Decade of Dreams, which will raise support, awareness and research for Future Dreams.

Meet the real Jamie who inspired a West End hit musical

Meet Jamie Campbell who came out at the age of 14 and spent his teenage years dreaming of becoming a drag star. He joins Lorraine, along with his mum, Margaret, to share his story which inspired the West End musical, 'Everybody's Talking About Jamie'...

'Everybody's Talking About Jamie' will be broadcast live to over 500 cinemas on 5th July.

Ross King interviews The Rock

Dwayne Johnson aka The Rock caught up with our Ross King and chatted about his latest Hollywood movie 'Skyscraper', plus more.

Revealing his thoughts on the Royal wedding, The Rock let us know that he thinks Meghan and Harry’s story is actually ‘perfect’ and ‘very cool’. And we couldn’t agree more!

Moving on to share his story, he opened up about his battles with depression as a teenager. He told Ross: “Depression doesn’t discriminate and I thought that was an important part of the narrative if I was going to share a little bit of my story of the past.”

Speaking candidly on Lorraine, he added: “It’s kind of like what’s been deemed as ‘toxic masculinity’. You’ve got to talk about it and you’re not alone. I was an only child and I kept that bottled in, deep, deep. It wasn’t good, so happy to share my story.”

As for his plans to become President? He said: “I think it’s coming along good, why you snickering like that? I’ll become President and come back and fire you. I’ll send you back to Scotland buddy!”

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Vogue Williams on her baby joy

We got pregnant after about a week of trying so we were super lucky. Really lucky, we were like, Whoa!

– Vogue on her quick pregnancy

Vogue Williams has had a busy year so far – just a few months after announcing her engagement to former Made in Chelsea star Spencer Matthews, they shared the happy news that they are expecting their first child together, after just one week of trying!

But Vogue won’t let her pregnancy affect her sense of style and even got a designer dress made for her big day at Epsom Races.

In her new role as an ambassador for the Investec Ladies Day, she’ll be judging the coveted Style Award, before DJing after the racing.

Vogue also revealed that she won’t put any pressure on herself to lose weight too quickly after pregnancy, saying she doesn’t believe in crash diets.