Myleene Klass talks about life as a single mother

We have the same insecurities, the same worries, the same hopes, the same dreams

– Myleene Klass

Myleene Klass talks motherhood ahead of her brand-new documentary, Myleene Klass: Single Mums on Benefits, tonight.

Myleene talks about her own journey to parenthood and remembers hearing the term 'single mum' and thinking about all the negative connotations that came with it. Now she is one, she wrestled with how she saw the title of single mum.

'(Mum) is the most powerful word in the world and we still don't use it in the way it deserves to be... we always say, 'Do I look a bit mum?'' But when you start talking to fellow single mums and dads, she says there's an immediate understanding of how hard it is.

Talking about her own journey she says: 'There is that understanding. You know what that person’s done to be there... You have a real sense of achievement.'

One in four parents are now single parents, and Myleene meets single mums and dads to talk about their journeys. We all know one, were raised by one, or have spoken to one.

In her new documentary she speaks to single parents and was shocked by what she found. She was shocked to find that the average single mum is 37 and reveals that not all 'teenagers on benefits' as teenagers are classed as children and so are unable to claim them. Everyone is in a different situation: 'I met a single dad and he was still coping with the death of his wife,' she says. Myleene says she thinks the documentary will surprise people.

Myleene loves the sense of achievement: 'You're all in this club together. But let me tell you, I'm proud to be in this club, to have membership of this club.'

Bear Grylls on his next big adventure

We all have the everest in our own lives. It doesn’t always have to be a physical mountain.

– Bear Grylls

After teaching Barack Obama and Kate Hudson how to survive in the wild, adventurer, writer and TV host Bear Grylls joins Lorraine to talk about his first ever live arena tour, 'Endeavour - Your Adventure Awaits', which starts in October.

Using groundbreaking technology, Bear will take audiences on an interactive expedition across the globe through the tour, including the frozen Antarctica and the dizzy heights of Everest.

"This, for me, really is exciting. I think there’s something very different about live performances - they’re up close and personal" he says.

Bear also hasn't quite finished showing celebs how to survive, as he's going to be running wild with Courteney Cox and Vanessa Hudgens next.

"Generally in life we get what we limit our ambitions to."

Bear Grylls Endeavour - Your Adventure Awaits tour kicks off in London on 7 October 2016 will visit 12 arenas across the UK & Ireland."

Singer Vincent Niclo on Romantique new album

Music is good for the soul

– Vincent Niclo

Celine Dion calls him the french James Bond and we can certainly see why... pop tenor and former model, Vincent Niclo, is here to talk about his debut UK album Romantique.

Having sold over 1 million albums in France, Vincent has a classical pop style and was invited by Celine Dion to support her on her on her French tour.

Vincent's debut British album is his fourth solo album and he will perform his own version of Elvis Costello's 'She', which is featured on the album, at the end of the show.

He's previously taken part in the French version of Strictly Come Dancing and is glowing! 'I learned so much about my body, how to move on the stage… an unbelievable experience,' he says.

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80s band ABC are back with a second Lexicon Of Love

34 years (to the day!) since the release of one of the landmark albums of the 80s, The Lexicon Of Love, ABC return with their new album The Lexicon Of Love II.

Lead singer Martin Fry joins Lorraine to reminisce about breaking through the music scene in the 1980s at the same time as The Cure, The Human League and Duran Duran and what it's like following up on such huge success now.

Will Young talks summer tour

He's had four number one singles, won two Brit awards, and been nominated for an Olivier award for his role in Cabaret, the original Pop Idol Will Young joins Lorraine to talk about his summer tour, his new EP, and an unfortunate wardrobe malfunction he suffered on the way to the studio!

We hope those trousers can be saved, Will!