Denise Welch joins Lorraine to talk about her upcoming role in the UK's first ever transgender sitcom, Boy Meets Girl.
Boy Meets Girl starts when we meet Leo, who has had a bad day. He's been fired (again), is getting a hard time from his mum and to cap it all, ends up playing gooseberry to his brother on their night out. But then he bumps into Judy and finds himself deeply attracted to this surprising and beguiling woman. Denise plays Leo's mum, who disapproves of his dinners with an older woman...
We also speak to the Loose Women star about her family and her work on her new novel.
They work so much I worry they don't get time to eat, so when they come over I feed them up lots, try and get them to put on a bit of weight!
Jerry Hall joins Lorraine to talk about what she unearthed on her episode of BBC1's Who Do You Think You Are? in which she finds out more about her Texan ancestry.
The 59-year-old supermodel and actress also tells us about her famous family, her attitude on ageing and why she thinks older models are hitting a bit of a renaissance!
Jerry told Lorraine that she's growing older gracefully, doing pilates and yoga, and even embracing the ageing process, "I don't like to do anything to my face, you've got to be dignified. Getting older is natural."
Jerry also agreed with Dr Hilary's earlier Pulse report, encouraging us to cut down on our sugar consumption, "I don't eat sugar, I think sugar is very bad for you."
Talking about her famous daughters, Jerry revealed how busy they are, "They work so much I worry they don't get time to eat, so when they come over I feed them up lots, try and get them to put on a bit of weight!"
I work hard, and I play hard
With The X Factor back on our screens, our guest today is well placed to pass comment on the new-look show. Diana Vickers came fourth (reaching the semi-finals) of the show in 2008, but these days she's swapped singing for the screen.
Her latest role is in the new British thriller movie Awaiting and she doesn't want to stop there. Diana dreams of Hollywood and working opposite her idol Meryl Streep...
She joins Lorraine to give her view on this year's X Factor and to tell us what it was like to film a gore-fest!
We're very excited to have Louis Walsh and his new boyband Hometown on Friday's show - they've already been creating quite a storm! Are you a fan of the boys? If so we'd love to see your questions for them. Suggest them to us on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram and we'll get them to do a videoe response to some!
Please put your questions to them on the Lorraine social media pages using the hashtag #AskHometown by 10am on Thursday 3 September for your chance to have your question answered by Hometown!
American pop star Adam Lambert popped into Lorraine for a chat about his new album, The Original High, his upcoming tour dates with Queen, his solo gigs and why Robbie Williams is hoping to team up with him.
The Original High is Adam's first album to make it into the UK's top 10 and Lorraine talks to him about how he is enjoying his current success.
I woke up and she was saying: "Sounds like a train!"
Firm friends Fern Britton and Meg Mathews have travelled back in time for their new show, Time Crashers! The ladies gave up their celebrity lifestyles to try their hand at the jobs of the past. They spoke to Lorraine about how it all went.
Dominic Brunt is best known for playing vet Paddy Kirk in Emmerdale - but he is also a self-confessed horror addict and is about to release his second film Bait in cinemas on September 4.
The actor and his wife Joanne came up with the concept, which is also directed by Dominic.
Describing the film, which is out on DVD on September 7, Dominic says: "The main themes of the film to me are - 'What do we mean by evil?' We throw the word around to explain away terrible behaviour. If you don't believe in evil (and I don't), what then?
"Also the fact that wherever there is ambition, there is someone there ready to exploit that ambition. The whole film is allegorical and relates to the banking system and the fact that there is no empathy, just profit above ALL."
The talented actor also chats about life in the Dales.
Katie Piper joins us ahead of a return to our screens in a one-off TV show exploring different and extraordinary ways 21st century women give birth.
She tells us what life is like as a mother and her plans for the future.
Katie Piper's Extraordinary Births is on Channel 4 at 10pm on Wednesday 2nd September.