If you're looking for entertainment this weekend, Dan Wootton's got just the thing, with The X Factor, Strictly Come Dancing and Alesha Dixon on Pier's Morgan's Life Stories all gracing the small screen.
At the cinema there's a choice of new films Before I Go to Sleep starring Nicole Kidman and Colin Firth, and The Hundred-Foot Journey with Dame Helen Mirrenand Om Puri.
And if it's music you're after, 5 Seconds of Summer release their single Amnesia, and let's not forget Queen's first new album release in almost 20 years.
Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding has swapped stadiums for the gymnasium, as one of the brave celebrities taking part in new Saturday night show Tumble. She joins Lorraine ahead of Saturday's semi final, where the celebs will have to perform solo for the first time.
Star of Waterloo Road, Coronation Street and Cutting It Angela Griffin joins Lorraine to talk about her new play Breeders which opened September 3rd at St James Theatre.
Angela plays Caroline, who wants to start a family with her wife Andrea, who is played by Tamzin Outhwaite. In their quest to have a child who shares their DNA, Andrea seeks her brother Jimmy's help, played by Nicholas.
This year we are very excited!
British Film Institute London Film Festival director Clare Stewart joins Lorraine to chat about the launch of this year's festival which opens with The Imitation Game, starring Keira Knightley and Benedict Cumberbatch, and closes with Fury starring Brad Pitt.
The 58th BFI London Film Festival is pioneering a push to ensure cinema goers across the UK are involved. The opening and closing films will be screened simultaneously at 30 cinemas across the country.
She's won countless awards including an Oscar, a Golden Globe and this year's prestigious BAFTA fellowship. Now Dame Helen Mirren is here to talk to Lorraine about her new film The Hundred-Foot Journey, produced by Steven Spielberg and Oprah Winfrey.
She was one of the most true jazz singers of all time
Grammy-award winning singer Tony Bennett joins Lorraine to celebrate his 64th year in the business, touring the UK and his new album Cheek To Cheek featuring duets with Lady Gaga!
Hollywood's been hacked, or at least that's the latest from LA - Ross King tells us more about the celebrities who have been hacked, including Oscar winning Jennifer Lawrence.
BAFTA winning Film and TV actor Paddy Considine has starred alongside Matt Damon in The Bourne Ultimatum, and Simon Pegg in Hot Fuzz.
He joins Lorraine today ahead of the release of his new movie, Pride which follows the plight of a gay activists who become embroiled in the 1984 Miners' strike.