He needs a few lines!
Of course we miss Louis (can't the panel have five Judges?!), but does he miss The X Factor? The former Judge tells us what he thinks of the new line-up.
Louis says Simon Cowell is in serious need of new one-line zingers that we know him for, and says that he misses seeing his own face on the panel!
I still think it's the best show on TV
Would he ever come back to the show? Never say never! Louis says the most fun he had on the show was with fellow Judges Sharon Osbourne, Nicole Scherzinger, and Gary Barlow.
With the right line-up, perhaps he could be back on our screens very soon.
HomeTown have got some dedicated fans! Here at Lorraine we could not pass up an opportunity to let the fans get closer to their idols - so here are their answers to questions direct from their fans!
When we started out we were from all different parts of Ireland - but we've worked together lots over the last year.
HomeTown, Louis Walsh's latest boy band, sat down to chat to Lorraine about their experiences of forming a band. The six heart throbs from Ireland did not know each other before they joined HomeTown, but have since become firm friends.
The band is made up of: Brendan Murray (18), Cian Morrin (20), Dayl Cronin (21), Dean Gibbons (21), Josh Gray (17) and Ryan McLoughlin (21), who are all from different parts of Ireland. Their new single, Where I Belong, is out now.
My mum says, ‘Can’t you marry Olly? Go on, it’d be perfect!'
Here at Lorraine we like to be first with the most important news. So that's why we decided to catch up on the latest X Factor gossip with Caroline Flack...
So how does Caroline decide what to wear for the biggest show on TV? What's it like working with pal Nick Grimshaw? And will she end up marrying her co-host Olly Murs? Watch the video to find out!
I'm missed and Dermot's missed - let's be honest!
The one and only Louis Walsh stopped by for a chat about the new series of X Factor and let us in on a few secrets. The former X Factor judge chatted to Lorraine about this year's contestants and what they were likely to face throughout the competition.
Denise Welch joins Lorraine to talk about her upcoming role in the UK's first ever transgender sitcom, Boy Meets Girl.
Boy Meets Girl starts when we meet Leo, who has had a bad day. He's been fired (again), is getting a hard time from his mum and to cap it all, ends up playing gooseberry to his brother on their night out. But then he bumps into Judy and finds himself deeply attracted to this surprising and beguiling woman. Denise plays Leo's mum, who disapproves of his dinners with an older woman...
We also speak to the Loose Women star about her family and her work on her new novel.
They work so much I worry they don't get time to eat, so when they come over I feed them up lots, try and get them to put on a bit of weight!
Jerry Hall joins Lorraine to talk about what she unearthed on her episode of BBC1's Who Do You Think You Are? in which she finds out more about her Texan ancestry.
The 59-year-old supermodel and actress also tells us about her famous family, her attitude on ageing and why she thinks older models are hitting a bit of a renaissance!
Jerry told Lorraine that she's growing older gracefully, doing pilates and yoga, and even embracing the ageing process, "I don't like to do anything to my face, you've got to be dignified. Getting older is natural."
Jerry also agreed with Dr Hilary's earlier Pulse report, encouraging us to cut down on our sugar consumption, "I don't eat sugar, I think sugar is very bad for you."
Talking about her famous daughters, Jerry revealed how busy they are, "They work so much I worry they don't get time to eat, so when they come over I feed them up lots, try and get them to put on a bit of weight!"
I work hard, and I play hard
With The X Factor back on our screens, our guest today is well placed to pass comment on the new-look show. Diana Vickers came fourth (reaching the semi-finals) of the show in 2008, but these days she's swapped singing for the screen.
Her latest role is in the new British thriller movie Awaiting and she doesn't want to stop there. Diana dreams of Hollywood and working opposite her idol Meryl Streep...
She joins Lorraine to give her view on this year's X Factor and to tell us what it was like to film a gore-fest!