Anne-Marie Duff is known for many award-winning roles, including Frank Gallagher's daughter Fiona in Shameless and as John Lennon's mum in Nowhere Boy.
The 44 year old actress is now starring alongside Hollywood stars Carey Mulligan and Meryl Streep in her latest film, and they were out on the red carpet at the European premiere of Suffragette.
You know what? In ten years get us all back together!
At the age of just 25 Amy Childs has already starred in three reality TV shows and is a successful businesswoman with dozens of ventures. She joins Lorraine to talk about how she went from dyslexic teen to business owner plus her new book 100% Me, which is out tomorrow (Thursday 8 October).
Footballer Matt Le Tissier and javelin thrower Fatima Whitbread join Lorraine to discuss ITV series Eternal Glory, a competition which sees famous names from the world of sport competing against each other in different challenges designed to push them to their limits.
The stars will face gruelling mental and physical challenges in the six-part series, hosted by Richard Bacon.
The eight champs are prize-winners in their own sport, but how will they fare when pushed beyond their area of expertise?
Eternal Glory airs tonight on ITV at 8pm
Coronation Street newcomer Faye Brookes, who plays Shayne Ward's on screen sister, joins us on the sofa to talk about the move from theatre to soap land.
Faye made her Corrie debut last night, joining the cast as Kate Connor, sister of Aidan Connor, alongside their father Johnny, played by Richard Hawley.
An upcoming storyline will see Kate engaged to female soldier Caz.
My heart was so happy to be there
Australian singer and actress Delta Goodrem joins Lorraine to talk about her new single and what she's been up to!
British pop band The Vamps consist of Brad Simpson, James McVey, Connor Ball and Tristan Evans.