Chloe on her Six Chair Challenge success

You feel desperate

– Chloe Paige describes the nail-biting Six Chair Challenge

Last night's X Factor saw the first part of the Six Chair Challenge, in which the Judges are given the opportunity to pick six acts to champion through to the later stages of the contest.

It was as dramatic as ever, but Chloe Paige blew Rita Ora away with a stunning a capella version of Amazing Grace, which secured her a seat.

Simon Cowell even went so far as to say she deserved a place in the live shows following her performance.

Now faced with the next round of the competition at the Judges' Houses, Chloe admitted she had taken a big risk but it had paid off.

"I think she's (Rita) got a tough job. The girls are so good," she said.

Chloe's first audition was screened on Sunday 31 September in which we saw her sing Crying for no reason by Katy B.

In the chat before her audition the judges found out that she works on a market stall in Essex so jokingly tested her selling skills by getting her to sell some lipstick to Simon!

She joins Lorraine today to talk about her incredible journey so far.

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You sound absolutely pure as water, you're so gorgeous and I'm so happy you sang for me

– Judge Rita Ora after Chloe's first audition

The highs and lows of Arg and Lydia

There must be a reason why we keep getting back with each other

– Arg

Power couple of Essex, James 'Arg' Argent and Lydia Bright, join us to talk about the highs and lows of their relationship on The Only Way Is Essex and the new series of the show which starts on Sunday!

The childhood sweethearts have been dating on/off for seven years but it hasn't exactly been plain sailing.

If anyone knows that a strong relationship takes time and work, it's these two!

Lydia and Arg admit the struggles of a relationship are often compounded by the pressures of the show, but this time the pair say it really is forever.

"No matter what happened between us, obviously we had our fair share of ups and downs, the public were always rooting for us - they always wanted to see us get back together," Lydia said.

"Everyone loves a story of childhood sweetheart and we have been together for a long time."

We're feeling the love for Hailee Steinfeld

Singer and Academy Award-nominated actress Hailee Steinfeld joins us as she releases her debut single Love Myself - perfect for our love themed show!

The 18 year old chats to us about making her career move from acting to singing and the importance of taking care of yourself.

Michelle Hardwick on love and the Dales

I can honestly say it's the best thing I've ever done

– Michelle on coming out as being in a relationship with another woman

As we celebrate love on today's show, we welcome Emmerdale actress Michelle Hardwick, who has been married to her wife Rosie for six months now

Michelle plays vet Vanessa Woodfield, who has shaken things up since she arrived in 2012. In her most recent storyline she gives birth very prematurely believing Adam Barton is the dad... but really it's her ex lover Kirin!

We’re just two normal people, who love each other, we’ve just fallen in love, whether that’s a man, woman

– Michelle Hardwick

How James and Bev made marriage survive

Olympic rower James Cracknell and his wife, television and radio presenter Beverley Turner, talk about their relationship surviving James' life-changing brain damage following a cycling accident five years ago which affected his personality and attitude to life.

The couple talk of their emotional struggle to keep their marriage alive after he nearly lost his life.

In 2012 the pair - who have been married since 2002 and have three children - wrote a book about James' life before and after his brain injury, which has left him with epilepsy and a short temper.

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