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Jennifer Aniston talks Friends reunion!

Honestly I don’t know what we would do, I think that period of time was nostalgic, our faces weren't stuffed into cell phones, we weren’t checking Facebook and Instagram, we were in a room together, we were in a coffee shop talking, having conversations, we have lost that.

– Jennifer Aniston on the possibility of a Friends reunion

Hollywood star Jennifer Aniston sits down with Lorraine to talk about her no-nonsense character in new movie Office Christmas Party, how she feels about a possible Friends reunion, and marrying into the Theroux family...

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Hollywood king Tom Hanks joins Lorraine

With a career spanning four decades, Hollywood actor, director and producer Tom Hanks joins Lorraine to talk about his latest film A Hologram For The King.

After recently chatting to his son Colin Hanks, we catch up with the Hollywood heavyweight about the dark comedy which follows a businessman and his journey as he goes halfway around the world to Saudi Arabia to close a business deal, amid a plethora of personal and professional struggles.

'Mum is pressuring me about baby Bolts'

Olympic champion Usain Bolt Bolt admits baby Bolts won't be too far away - if his mum gets his way!

The sprinter says Jennifer is VERY keen for him to start a brood with his girlfriend Kasi Bennett. On whether he would have children, Bolt said: “My mum is pressuring me. I was like, ‘mum just let me retire and I’ll get there’, you know what I mean.”

Despite the kiddie talk, Usain dispelled rumours the pair are engaged.

He said: “I’m not. Me and my girlfriend we went on a trip to Bora Bora and we took a picture and somebody edited my Snapchat, and edited it, and it said, ‘she said yes’ with a ring and a mad face and stuff and I was like it was well done though. It was well done, you know what I mean.”

I’ve always had a crush on Beyonce! I could tell I was looking at her weird.

– Usain reveals he was starstruck when he met superstar

Sir Cliff Richard has forgiven his accusers

I may never get over it, but I can get past it and move on

– Sir Cliff Richard is looking to the future after falsely being accused of historic sex crimes

Five months on from the end of a traumatic two years, music legend Sir Cliff Richard has revealed that faith and learning to forgive his accusers helped him cope with falsely being accused of historical sex abuse crimes.

Talking to Lorraine about his nightmare ordeal, Sir Cliff said: ''It's really difficult to explain to people what it's like, you have to go through it yourself to know what it's like; it's a horrifying, traumatically emotional situation that you find yourself in, and you somehow feel that you don't know how to get yourself out of it.''

The 76-year-old veteran singer, who is suing the BBC and South Yorkshire police, was investigated over historic sex abuse allegations, but the case was dropped by the CPS in June due to insufficient evidence.