BGT's Harry Gardner opens up about Nan's death

I never expected it, I never knew it could happen

– Harry Gardner was devastated by his grandmothers Alzheimer's diagnosis and recent death

He had the Britain's Got Talent judges in tears at the weekend, and this morning pianist and singer/songwriter Harry Gardener joined Lorraine to discuss the story behind his emotional performance on Saturday night's show.

Harry wrote the song he performed on Saturday about his Nan's Alzheimer's diagnosis. Harry's Nan, Maureen, was diagnosed with Alzheimer's three years ago and sadly passed away just last weekend, before the audition aired.

Access all areas with Take That

Britain's best live act are back and more spectacular than ever. As Take That launch their tenth tour Ross gets exclusive behind the scenes access to the boys, the band and the arena!!!

The boys are beginning their tour on Friday 5th May, and on the 9th June the boys will be live streaming to cinemas. So if you don't have a ticket, you can go to your local cinema and experience Britain's best live act live from the best seats in the house.

Crafting therapy with Kirstie Allsopp

I’m really focused on the therapeutic side of craft

– Kirstie Allsopp encourages crafting as stress relief

Our trusty guide on everything from where to live, where to holiday and how to revamp our homes; Kirstie Allsopp was on the show this morning talking crafts with Lorraine. Kirstie confessed she views crafting as a type of therapy and a fantastic way to release stress, firmly believing that everyone can do it. Kirstie herself said she left school feeling hopeless at art - far from the Queen of Craft we know and love!

And good news for all those property porn addicts - Kirstie confirmed that there will be more Location, Location, Location and Love It or List It, both of which are both being filmed now.

Kirstie's Handmade Fair will be at the Ragley Hall in Warwickshire from 12th-14th May, and then to Hampton Court Palace from 15th-17th September.

Ade Edmondson reveals dramatic new role

The multi-talented Ade Edmondson joined us in his new role as children’s author this morning. His book Tilly and the Time Machine, out now, and deals with time travel and loss. Ade confessed that he was inspired to write it after running out of new material to read his neighbour’s children.

Ade also revealed another new role, starring opposite Sarah Parish in an upcoming ITV drama called Bancroft.

Watch his full interview on our YouTube channel.

On honeymoon with Take Me Out lovebirds

This morning we interrupted Take Me Out newlyweds Beckie and Adam on honeymoon, to get the low-down on their recent wedding.

The pair are the latest set of contestants to tie the knot after meeting on the show in 2016. Although Adam didn’t pick Beckie on the show he says he soon realised she was the one for him and contacted her via social media after returning from Fernandoes.

Adam proposed after six months and the pair married last month. Watch their loved-up interview and message from Paddy McGuinness in the video above.

Loose Women bare all for Lorraine

I was in a terrible state; I was really, really frightened about it

– Nadia Sawalha - on stripping off for the camera

Two of our favourite Loose Women were in the studio this morning to talk about how they bared all for their Body Stories campaign.

Nadia and Andrea shared with us the nerve-racking experience of stripping down to their underwear in front of rock legend, and Andrea's teenage pinup, Bryan Adams.

The pair feature alongside their co-presenters in a series of unairbrushed photos - all in the name of body confidence.

Nadia, who has previously discussed her body issues, admitted she was particularly nervous about stripping down.

She told Lorraine she took part because she wanted to set an example about body confidence for her daughters. Sharing a heart-warming moment, Nadia described how she was almost moved to tears upon finally showing her 14-year-old daughter the shots.

Nadia went on to confess that she, and a couple of other Loose Women, snuck off set for some 'Dutch courage' at a local pub - we don't blame them!

Girls, we salute you!