Hooray! Lorraine has made the longlist for Best Daytime Showbiz at the 19th TV Choice Awards. You have until midnight on Friday 5 June to vote for all your favourite shows.
I don't think you can ever get used to seeing yourself getting carried out in a body bag!... I certainly made my mark on the street.
Jimi Mistry joins Fiona to talk about his dramatic exit from the cobbles and the explosive storyline that we've been following all week!
On his exit from Corrie, Jimi said: "I was never going to be there forever" but he jumped at the opportunity to film the dramatic scenes with co-star Jane Danson.
On wondering whether Leanne will ever find happiness, Jimi said: "If I had remembered that ring, who knows what could have happened?"
We're nervous and excited. We’ve watched all the others do theirs so we’re ready
That's not all! Dan's also got his entertainment guide for the weekend including San Andreas, Man Up and new Al Pacino film Danny Collins.
Actor and director Dexter Fletcher joins Fiona Phillips to talk about starring in the 1976 gangster musical Bugsy Malone.
The classic film is now out on DVD for the first time, and the film is loosely based on events from the early 1920s to 1931 during prohibition and the real-life gangsters like Al Capone and Bugs Moran.
In his first TV Interview since JLS split, Aston Merrygold joins Fiona to talk about going solo, the release of his new album and we take an exclusive look at the video for his new single Get Stupid.
Aston is finally embarking on a solo career two years after JLS split up, and he admits that it took him a while to work up the confidence to go solo.
On working with JLS he said "we enjoyed every minute of it," but he admitted that going solo "everything is different." He added "it's scary but exciting!"
He's an angel of a dog - an easy dog to live with.
Jules O'Dwyer joins us today with her dog Matisse, named as one of Britain's Got Talent's biggest dog acts, the pair won a place in the final of the show along with Old Men Grooving.
They join Fiona to chat about their experiences of the show and what we can expect from the final.
Like a lot of people you feel that something’s wrong.
Today is World MS Day and Radio DJ Scott Mills, whose mother suffers from MS, joins Fiona to talk about the condition and how sufferers manage it.
Scott's mum, Sandra, was diagnosed with MS when she was 54-years-old and it's been nine years since she was diagnosed with the condition. His co-worker Becky was also diagnosed with a strain of MS at the age of 30, he said that it's not always old people who get diagnosed.
His advice is on dealing with MS is to "be grateful for the things you can still do and think ahead".