He was one of the most talented and creative people
Pop star of the 1980s Sinitta has paid tribute to the incredibly 'talented and creative' Pete Burns who died suddenly of a heart attack at the weekend.
Tuesday 25 October: Helen wears a velvet mink dress by Alesha Dixon for Little Black Dress and ASOS shoes
It's brilliant timing with Halloween because it means you can get an outfit that you can continue wearing into party season
Welcome the dark side into your wardrobe this Halloween with gothic glamour!
Olly Murs has opened up about his single status as he revealed his latest album is his most personal yet.
Pop superstar Lady Gaga has spoken exclusively about her most personal album yet, her relationship with Sir Elton John and taking a three-year hiatus from pop music.
On Wednesday's show with guest presenter Helen Skelton, we chat to singer and musical theatre star Kerry Ellis about her latest stage role in rock musical Murder Ballad.
And from the cobbles to the Commons, find out how newly-elected MP Tracy Brabin is keeping Jo Cox's legacy alive.
Plus, Dean Edwards is in the kitchen with a cheap and easy family meal that costs just under £1 per portion!
See you for all that and more from 8.30am!
It was a period of time when people didn't really understand anxiety - I just thought I was going mad.
She was one of the most successful supermodels of her generation - but Jodie Kidd has talked about how she battled with severe anxiety throughout her early career.
She's taking part in a gruelling triple challenge, including climbing Mount Kilimanjaro and cycling hundreds of miles with war veterans, to raise awareness of mental health – particularly within military communities.
Opening up about how she once struggled to even leave the house, Jodie said that she wants other people to know that there is light at the end of the tunnel.
Watch the full interview here
Unfortunately we were in the bottom two but we're gonna come back next week and show what we do. It's motivation
They survived the dreaded sing-off on last night’s X Factor and this morning Four of Diamonds joined us live in the studio.
The group said they had been studying Little Mix’s performances as inspiration to help them progress in the competition.
They also insisted that they aren't too upset by the comments they have received from the judges so far.
"I think criticism makes us work harder because we know we've got catching up to do, we haven't had as much training, we know we need to work harder."