Having been one fifth of chart-topping boy-band The Wanted, Nathan Sykes is now going it alone and joins us to discuss his debut solo single Kiss Me Quick, out this week, and he answers some viewers' questions put to him by Lorraine.
Actresses Pauline McLynn and Sally Bankes join Lorraine to talk about playing best friends in the national tour of East is East.
Pauline told Lorraine, "There is nothing funnier than a family behaving badly. And they behave very badly indeed!"
Sally pointed out, "I think the themes are still relevant today, it's essentially about family life."
I think the film is brilliant, it does show how undeniably talented she was, I think people will remember her for that.
With the film of her life premiering in London tonight, we hear from Amy Winehouse's former teacher Sylvia Young, and Dan Wootton talks about his image of Amy, after interviewing her many times over the years.
Dan revealed that watching the film was the saddest two hours he had ever spent in the cinema. He also reminded us that Amy's father, Mitch Winehouse, wasn't happy with how his relationship with Amy was portrayed in the film.
But Sylvia told us, "She adored her father, he adored her. I don't think you can set the blame of anything that happened to Amy on her family's doorstep."
Amy went to Sylvia Young's theatre school and Sylvia said of Amy's talents, "I think she was almost a genius. It was the writing that set her apart."
Amy is in cinemas from 3 July.
They say you can take the presenter out of Scotland, but can you take Scotland out of the presenter?
Well known to ply their trade away from their country of birth would Ross King and Lorraine Kelly know enough about their motherland to warrant becoming the Great Scot in our never to be repeated quiz?
We're about to find out...
Hugh's been my rock... I hope people can see that we're a strong unit when they watch us
Michelle Heaton and husband Hugh Hanley join Lorraine to discuss their episode of Seven Days With...
The show is a fly on the wall documentary and sees a whole host of famous couples letting viewers into their lives for a week.
In her own words, Michelle has been through 'a rough ride in the past few years' but Hugh has been there since the beginning.
He's rubbed shoulders with the likes of Madonna and this week, Jason Dundas is standing in for our Ross while he's on holiday.
Jason's got news from the Terminator LA premiere on Sunday and we reveal which celeb has been honoured with the first ever Ultimate icon music dance visual award.
Plus, we get an exclusive trailer of Disney's Zootropolis!