At 93 years old, Iris Apfel is one of New York's most celebrated fashion icons, known for her quirky and flamboyant style. A businesswoman and interior designer, she became a celebrity when she was in her 80s after her clothing was the focus of a NY exhibition.
Now, after gracing the pages of Vogue and becoming a celebrity amongst the fashion elite, she is starring in her own documentary.
Iris joins Fiona to talk about how it feels to be a style icon and what inspires her signature style!
Amanda Lamb and Tony Blackburn join Fiona to talk about their latest challenge - sheepdog trialling - for ITV's new show Flockstars.
The show sees celebrities all vying for centre stage with their four-legged partners to herd flocks of sheep, ducks and geese around a set of challenging courses, specially designed to test their skill, technique and discipline.
All the celebrities have trained for six weeks in the age-old, countryside sport of sheepdog trialling and battle it out with their Border Collie sidekicks in the hope of being crowned top trialler and walking away with the much-coveted Flockstars Champion Shield.
Flockstars starts tonight at 8:30pm on ITV
We live together now, it's so natural like brothers and sisters
One of the main success stories from last year's X Factor, Only The Young, join Fiona to discuss the release of their new single I Do and their rise to fame - plus they give us a performance of their new track!
The band said that they've not had much contact with mentor Louis since leaving the X Factor but that the Irish music manager is rubbish at using his phone: "He's not great on his phone... he'd text like a 14 year old boy, everything would be spelt wrong!"
Modelling I love but acting is my passion. I think modelling kind of chose me, it's never what I expected, I always wanted to be an actress and I think I use acting so much in modelling.
Ross King chats to headline-making, Instagram-loving supermodel Cara Delevingne about her role in new thriller Face Of An Angel alongside Kate Beckinsale, in which a journalist and documentary-maker try to solve the case of a murdered student in Italy.
Rihanna's good pal also reveals just why she loves doesn't take life too seriously and says she won't let her fame stop her from walking around in public.
We want everyone at home to gain the ideas, not just the competitors
Adam Richman, star of US hit show Man v Food, talks about losing weight and his new series BBQ Champ for ITV, which he presents alongside Myleene Klass.
BBQ Champ is the first UK cooking show based solely outside and is based on idea that Adam had: "This is the new vanguard of cuisine, it's a £7bn industry - despite the weather!"
She made me laugh the whole time. She is so funny!
Entertainment reporter Ross King brings us the latest showbiz news including all the gossip from the red carpet at the New York premiere of Tom Cruise's latest movie Mission Impossible 5.
Lucky Ross also talks bums, boys and kissing with stars of Hot Pursuit; Sofia Vergara and Reese Witherspoon.
When questioned about the intimacy of the role, Sofia joked: 'I had to do what I had to do!'
This is not fluffy chick lit. It's not for the beach, don't spoil your holiday!
Comedian, actress and novelist Jenny Eclair joins us to talk about her latest book Moving - a gripping novel filled with family secrets and shocking betrayals.
Jenny - who also contributes to ITV's Loose Woman - also told us about stripping off to her undies in her brand new tour entitled How To Be A Middle Aged Woman (Without Going Insane).
"The show was screamed to be written, it's a funny old time for women. People are mostly alarmed that my bra and pants don't match. In fact my bras always look like I've found them on the night bus."