Coming up on Wednesday's show

Fiona Phillips

On Wednesday's show we'll be chatting to former JLS member Aston Merrygold in his first TV interview since the band split up! And we'll be joined by some more Britain's Got Talent guests.

Plus we'll be chatting to Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills about his mother's MS and we meet the reverend who told her congregation about her HIV in a moving video message.

Tune in from 8:30am for all this and more with Fiona Phillips.

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Could 12-year-old Maia Gough win BGT?

I've been singing all my life. I just sort of picked it up!

– Maia reveals how she started singing

Simon Cowell thinks she's "one to watch", so could singer Maia Gough win Britain's Got Talent?

The talented youngster joins us with her mum Nicola and showbiz expert Dan Wootton to discuss her run to the show's semi-finals, which start tonight.

She might only be 12 but she's making a big impression on the nation!

Maia says: "When I start to sing the fear goes away!"

Nicola says: "She's been singing since she was talking at about three. She used to harmonise with me. I do love singing but I don't have the confidence Maia has."

Dan also gives his verdict on the other acts who have made the semi-finals.

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Ross joins the Drag Race!

The success of Ru Paul's Drag Race has made drag even more fashionable over in the States. Find out what happened when Ross King attended Ru's very first Drag Queen convention and was offered the ultimate makeover with the stars of the show.

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So what do you think of Ross' latest look?

I co-parent with my best friend

If there was ever a moment if we thought William was unhappy we would change it but as you can see he's happy

– Emma Stroud says co-parenting works for her

Latest figures show more women than ever are leaving it later and later to start a family. With many not finding their perfect partner they are turning to strangers or friends to have children.

We're joined by best friends and business partners Emma Stroud and Deon Newbronner who are not romantically involved but have a three-year-old son William together.

They look after William on a rotation basis for three days each.