I'd love to be a fairy in a pantomine. It's better than the backside of a panto horse!
Britain's Got Talent star Susan Boyle has one wish this Christmas - to be a pantomime fairy.
The Scottish singer - nicknamed SuBo - has enjoyed a whirlwind few years since being catapulted to fame on the ITV talent show in 2009. But she says it would be a dream to star in a pantomine.
She says: "I would love to do that. Can you imagine me with wings? I'd also like to play a baddie, like the witch in Snow White."
Susan also talked about X Factor, revealed her crush on a certain TV presenter and joined Lorraine in singing an impromptu rendition of Irving Berlin's Sisters after she mentioned the similarities between them.
I get to play a part a man of my age or size rarely gets to play!
Atlantis stars Mark Addy, who plays Hercules, and Robert Emms, Pythagoras talk about the second series of popular BBC drama Atlantis.
Mark says: "It's a lot of fun, I get to play a part a man of my age or size rarely gets to play. It keeps me young working with the young guys."
But he added: "It's a seven month shoot which is a long time. When I got the job they said it was going to be shot in Morocco and Chepstow. But it was actually two weeks in Morocco and six and a half months in Chepstow!"
Despite the busy filming schedule, Robert, who has previously starred in War Horse, admits they got up to mischief on set.
"We found time to play pranks on each other," he quipped.
The first episode airs tomorrow.
He also has news of new cinema releases The Imitation Game, The Drop and Nativity 3: Dude, Where's My Donkey?
Plus there's details of new music from Olly Murs, One Direction and Katherine Jenkins.
The Queen is our best monarch ever, just imagine the conversation!
I'm A Celebrity 2007 winner Christopher Biggins says his dream jungle contestant would be the Queen.
The panto legend said the nation would be mesmerised by the monarch of Great Britain if she was part of the reality show line-up.
He said: "I would love to see her on the show. Just imagine the conversation. She would love it!"
Christopher also gives his verdict on this year's batch of contestants; including why he thinks news reader Michael Burke's decision to enter the jungle is a weird one.
Plus he reveals his disappointment at Tom Daley not being one of the chosen 10.
I'd love to move to LA eventually, maybe have a lifestyle change for me and my little girl.
Ross King catches up with the former EastEnder and 2012 I'm a Celeb winner Charlie Brooks about appearing in a new pilot about Brits trying to make it big in LA.
How is she finding the Hollywood lights after being in the Jungle and Albert Square?
She says: "It's been a wonderful couple of weeks. It's a mockumentary style show written by my friend Andy who asked me to come over for one episode.
"It's always fun to play big, bold roles. It's sort of actress/diva which I hope isn't an exaggerated version of myself."
Sam Smith doing Whitney? Hello!
TV presenter, radio DJ, mother and former 'ladette' Sara Cox joins Lorraine to talk about her Sounds of the 80s series and album which features songs of the decade performed by contemporary artists such as Sam Smith, Ed Sheeran, Kaiser Chiefs, and Olly Murs, and covers by stars who were big in the era such as Kylie Minogue and Chrissie Hynde!
It feels like the right time to do this, we gave ourselves a bit of time
Robin Gibb's widow Dwina and son RJ Gibb join Lorraine to talk about the release of his last album, 50 St. Catherine's Drive, two years after his death.
Dwina has written track by track personal notes on the album and RJ was a co-composer on three of the tracks.
Dwina said: "It feels like the right time to do this, we gave ourselves a bit of time. Many of his songs are autobiographical, some of them are hard to listen to."
Dwina has also written a play, Last Confessions of a Scallywag, which has recently finished a successful run at The Mill at Sonning theatre in Berkshire.
We make the most of time together
Star of supergroup McBusted and former King Of The Jungle Matt Willis joins us to talk about his new film Allies.
In the film he plays Private Billy Munns - a British army sniper who is sent behind enemy lines on a difficult mission to steal Nazi maps which would be vital to the Allied war effort.