No Offence, it's Joanna Scanlan!

Joanna Scanlan didn't get her big break until her forties, but that hasn't stopped her amassing a hugely respected body of work. Her most notable successes to date include The Thick Of It and NHS sitcom Getting On (which she co-wrote and starred in with Jo Brand).

She joins Lorraine to discuss her role as the bold and brassy Inspector Vivienne Deering in the new raucous, riotous and razor sharp comedy-drama No Offence, which starts tonight on Channel 4, at 10pm.

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What's your favourite Eurovision song?

On Friday we're talking all things Eurovision ahead of this weekend's 60th Anniversary. We want to know what your favourite Eurovision song of all time is?

Perhaps you're a Waterloo fan, or does Sonia's Better The Devil You Know get you in the mood or even Ooh Aah… Just A Little Bit by Gina G? Let us know your favourites! or even better send us a video of yourself singing it!

Get in touch on Twitter, Facebook, or by emailing us at lorraine@itv.com by Wednesday 20 May at 5pm. Terms and conditions atitv.com/terms, you must be 18 and over.

'I love a bit of crumble' says Lorraine Bowen

It's like a dream it's like I haven't really come down to earth yet at all!

– Lorraine Bowen on getting the golden buzzer

Fresh from receiving a yes from all of the judges on Britain's Got Talent at the weekend, and the elusive golden buzzer from judge David Walliams, keyboard-playing singer songwriter Lorraine Bowen joins us to chat about her time on the talent show!

The self confessed crumble lover and piano teacher said, "I love a bit of crumble, it's the first thing you ever learn in home economics".

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The big picture with Wet Wet Wet

That's why we're still here - it's the song writing.

– Wet Wet Wet

They're one of Britain's most successful bands, selling in excess of 15 million singles and albums to date and today Wet Wet Wet's Marti Pellow and Drummer Tommy Cunnigham join us to chat about their 2016 UK tour.

The band have been going for nearly thirty years and there's no sign of stopping yet with a tour coming next year, 'enough time has passed within your career to look at your music differently', Marti Pellow said.

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Dan's Weekenders from Cannes

He may be living it up in Cannes, but Dan Wootton is still keeping his eye on what's the next big thing in the world of entertainment back home in the UK - when he's not sharing the French red carpet with the likes of Cate Blanchett!

This weekend is all about the hotly anticipated Mad Max: Fury Road, a revealing documentary about Amy Winehouse and Pitch Perfect 2.

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Dan Wootton meets Charlize Theron in Cannes

For most of the shoot I was still having to do feedings throughout the night

– Charlize on filming with her three month old baby on set

Our showbiz reporter Dan Wootton speaks to Hollywood superstar Charlize Theron at the Cannes Film Festival where she is promoting hew new film Mad Max: Fury Road.

Plus Dan fills us in on all of the gossip from the event's glamorous opening night where big names including Sienna Miller and Jake Gyllenhaal were expected.

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