It's the day all Corrie fans have been waiting for and now, ahead of the highly-anticipated live episode, Martel Maxwell is on the Cobbles to find out how preparations are going.
The dramatic episode will see the feud between the Platts and Callum come to a head, while elsewhere Andrea and Lloyd prepare to say goodbye and a drunken Anna tells Tim about Sally's secret kiss with Kevin.
We caught up with Sean Ward (Callum), Sally Dynevor (Sally) and Hayley Tamadden (Andrea) to get some insider gossip about tonight's huge storylines and to find out how their nerves are bearing up.
You don't want to be the person who messes it up
A mighty 47 cast members and 260 crew will be taking part in the episode, which is part of ITV's 60th anniversary celebrations. You can watch it live on Wednesday 23 September at 7.30pm
Fancy seeing your message displayed in the Rovers during tonight's live episode of Coronation Street?
Stephen Mulhern joins Martel Maxwell on the cobbles to explain how viewers can get involved in tonight's Corrie and could see their birthday message or even a marriage proposal chalked up on the board in the nation's most famous boozer.
Lorraine catches up with three favourites - Crossroads' Paul Henry (Benny) Coronation Street's Amanda Barrie (Alma) and Emmerdale's Verity Rushworth (Donna)
We need to embrace our body type and talk about it more
The world's most famous plus-sized supermodel Tess Holliday joins Lorraine on the sofa in her first UK daytime interview to talk about redefining beauty standards.
She told Lorraine that she thinks there needs to be more diversity in the fashion industry and that it's time for people to stop brushing plus size models under the carpet.
I hope that one day there's all kinds of races and body types on the catwalk
Right now Tess is in high demand. This weekend she's taking part in the UK Curve Fashion Festival where some of the biggest names in high street fashion and independent retailers are dressing women who are size 14 and above.
The Curve Fashion Festival takes place in Manchester Central on Saturday 26 September.
Fresh from Hong Kong and Singapore where he performed his new stand-up show, comedian Bill Bailey joins Lorraine. Without question one of the most hotly in-demand comics around, Bill has starred in Black Books, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Have I Got News For You and QI ... but he's never happier than when on stage! Today he tells us about his latest offering, Limboland.
As ITV turns 60, we continue our celebrations remembering the TV we grew up with.
Sally James from Tiswas and Matthew Corbett, friend of Sooty, talk about iconic children's programmes from last 60 years, and we're joined by Ross King live from LA to talk Young Krypton!
I pride myself on introducing new talent ... being part of their journey is so much more powerful than anything else
Naughty Boy helped to launch the careers of Emeli Sandé and Sam Smith, as well as producing records for Ed Sheeran and Leona Lewis - and now he's working with the world's biggest female popstar, Beyoncé.
Naughty Boy told Lorraine how his career started off in an unusual way, "I had £10 in my bank account, I dropped out of uni, I applied for a grant with the The Prince's Trust, and at the same time I applied for Deal Or No Deal - and they both came through."
Naughty Boy continued, "I won £44,000 on Deal or No Deal, but it's what I did with the money that really helped me."