Not everyone makes it in Hollywood... but we know someone who has! Our very own entertainment reporter Ross King shares his favourite moments from 15 years in Los Angeles.
From celebrity pilates, to his favourite coffee hangouts and hikes in the Hollywood Hills he fills us in.
It's a nice, fun, nostalgic show with interesting facts and trivia. Everyone has a classic show that they loved watching.
With a career spanning over three decades, Brian Conley has presented his own chat shows, appeared in award-winning West End musicals, TV sitcoms and numerous stand-up shows.
He's now fronting a new show called TV That Made Me which sees celebrity guests discuss their careers and favourite TV shows.
This Morning presenter Eamonn Holmes kicks things off on Monday and the show runs five days a week throughout August.
Brian is also touring the UK with the musical Barnum - which sees him dancing and tight-rope walking!
It's the best show in the world because I eat anything I like and not put on an ounce!
Anyone who has gender issues must have felt that way.
Following Bruce Jenner's gender-transition to Caitlyn Jenner - and last night's premiere of her new reality TV show I Am Cait - radio DJ Stephanie Hirst and friend of the Lorraine show joins us to reflect on the episode.
As someone whose been through a similar experience to Caitlyn, Stephanie - formerly Simon Hirst - can relate to Caitlyn's transgender journey.
I'm still working and learning my trade!
She hit the big time in the 80s and 90s with hits including Could It Be I'm Falling In Love?, Round and Around, Set Me Free, Step Right Up and Breaking Away, but pop sensation Jaki Graham is still going strong!
The bubbly singer took a break from her hectic schedule to join us as she toasts 30 years in the industry with a new album, autobiography and gig at the Royal Festival Hall with Pete Waterman this week.
Jaki also discusses her beloved children Natalie and Ryan - and her wish to expand the family.
I would like grandchildren, it's time!
I’m so so lucky, I know I keep saying it but I am. People are always really kind to me.
Stacey Solomon joins Fiona to talk about her new song Breath Away. It's the second single from her debut album and was co-written by welsh singer-songwriter Duffy.
Stacey released her debut album, Shy, back in April - 6 years after appearing on the X Factor in 2009 and it has tracks written by the likes of Lily Allen, Rita Ora and Duffy.
The singer also casts her eye over the new X Factor line-up and says she still loves the show, "I always watch it – it’s the best show for people who might not have the opportunity somewhere else."
He's a hero
Father and son thespians James and Jack Fox are taking to the stage in new play Dear Lupin, which has recently transferred to the Apollo Theatre in London's West End.
They join Fiona to talk about art mirroring their real life relationship as they play a father and son, working together for the first time, as well as lifting the lid on what it's like to be part of such a famous acting dynasty.
Dan Wootton joins Fiona with his pick of the film and music releases as well as the best of what on the telly.
Top cinema picks this weekend include the new Arnie zombie film, Maggie, Jake Gyllenhaal's epic boxing flick Southpaw and the new Disney Pixar film, Inside Out.
Music wise, both Aston Merrygold and Will Young have singles out this week and we've got lots to look forward to on the telly, including Sarah Harding in Corrie, The Nation's Favourite 80s Number Ones and David Walliams in an Agatha Christie crime drama.
Plus, Helen Mirren is celebrating a big birthday this Sunday.
My mum is my biggest fan and a big fan of Corrie
On her Corrie experience, Sarah said, "It's been a treat for me, I hope I get to come back..."