Jessie on the Brits: 'I'm gonna have fun this time'

I just really hope my music is in a sex scene!

– Jessie Ware on her husband

She's nominated for Best British Female Solo Artist at this year's Brit Awards and now Jessie Ware joins Lorraine to talk about her new single You & I (Forever) from her acclaimed album Tough Love. Jessie is also in the middle of her UK and European tour.

The star, who just got married in Greece, talked about wedding shoes and party invites. The couple, who went to primary school together, used an old swimming team photo for their wedding invitations!

Jessie Ware has got a lot to celebrate!

Working with my husband is 'terribly good'

It's two actors living across the continent and we were always living in the wrong continent so we thought why don't we do a play together!

– Dame Harriet Walter on acting with real life husband

Star of both the small and silver screen, Dame Harriet Walter has appeared in both Broadway and the West End - and now she joins Lorraine to talk about starring alongside her real-life husband in a new play called Boa.

She said: "There are elements of when we work differently and have little clashes... But most of the time it's terribly good!"

She also chatted about working with a very young Good Morning Britain presenter Susanna Reid - we can definitely see it's her!

Corrie confessions and more this weekend

Dan Wootton's back with his weekly does of weekend entertainment, telling us what we shouldn't miss on the telly, in the cinema and in the music charts this weekend.

This week on Corrie Steve opens up to his therapist about the crash and on Jonathan Rosswe'll be watching Mel and Sue and Johnny Vegas.

Plus we're looking forward to the return of the celebrity-packed winter-sport competition The Jump presented by Davina McCall as well as The Voice and Mr Selfridge and if you fancy going to the cinema Kingsman: The Secret Service (starring Colin Firth) and Inherent Vice have just come out.

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David Oyelowo's role in Oscar favourite

It is an outdated reference, but all you have to do is look at what he was saying ... those aren't the words of someone who is racist

– David Oyelowo talks about Benedict Cumberbatch's choice of words

Man of the moment, Golden Globe nominated actor David Oyelowo (known for Spooks, The Paperboy and The Butler) will be live in the Lorraine studio to tell us all about his role in the Oscar-nominated Selma, in which he plays Martin Luther King.

He will also be telling us all about his friendship with Brad Pitt and why the Hollywood star created a chant in his honour!

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