I won't go into too much detail Lorraine, but I've already got severe chafing - on many areas (neck, underarms and undercarriage) It's tough down there!
Radio 1 breakfast DJ and funny man Greg James joins Lorraine on the sofa just three days before undertaking the biggest challenge of his life - the Gregathlon!
We've captured this massive milestone and we get to keep it forever
Reality queen Sam Faiers joins Lorraine to talk about the joys of motherhood, her fond memories of TOWIE and reveals what she thinks of friend Gemma Collins' stint in the Celeb Big brother house.
The great thing about getting older is that you realise things do change, that nothing is fixed
Fresh from the weekend's Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles, Oscar, Emmy and Tony-winning actress Dame Helen Mirren chats to Lorraine about her upcoming film Trumbo, which has earned her her 14th Golden Globe nomination!
The film tells the story of the Hollywood screenwriter Dalton Trumbo, played by Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston.
Dalton was one of Hollywood's top screenwriters who became blacklisted by the industry for being a Communist during the 1940s. Along with other artists he was jailed and blacklisted for his political beliefs.
Clean living, and doing something I like to do
American rock musician and judge of The X Factor Australia, Chris Isaak, joins Lorraine to talk about his new album First Comes The Night.
Best known for his international hit Wicked Game, the 59-year-old rocker is releasing his first record in six years after producing and recording in music hotspot Nashville, Tennessee.
Now, we all know Lorraine is a massive fan of singer Craig David, but could it be possible she's not THE biggest fan?
We think this young girl might have to take that crown...
James Corden's Carpool Karaoke sessions have been taking the world by storm, with artists as big as Mariah Carey and Adele all getting involved in the British talk show host's musical rides.
And in the latest, Coldplay's Chris Martin can be seen trying to hitch a ride to the Superbowl - before getting picked up by Mr Corden and launching into a charming rendition of his very own hit Yellow!
Fourth generation of the Redgrave acting clan, Jemma Redgrave joins Lorraine to talk about her new role in hospital drama Holby City.
Last night Jemma made her debut as straight-talking Bernie Wolfe, a feisty general surgeon with battlefield experience. She's flown to the hospital from Afghanistan with a spinal fracture and heart problem following an explosion while on duty in Kabul.
Of course, it's not the first time Jemma has practised medicine. She famously played Dr Eleanor Bramwell, in Bramwell and more recently, she played Doctor Zoe Evans in the BBC drama Frankie about a district nurse in Bristol.