A British-based surgeon said he spent £50,000 of his own money to treat acid victims after being moved to tears by their attack stories.
The X Factor star is heading back to our screens with a presenting stint on ITV's Daybreak only days after being voted off the talent show.
In an exclusive interview with ITV1's Daybreak the singer also revealed he and partner David Furnish would love another child.
ITV's breakfast news show Daybreak has come to an end.
The team look back at some of their favourite moments from the last few years:
Good Morning Britain, presented by Susanna Reid and Ben Shepherd, starts on Monday at 6am.
Daybreak's entertainment editor Richard Arnold spoke to the real-life owner of Crawley House to get a taste of what it is like behind the scenes of Downton Abbey.
Maggie told him the cast use her home as a place to relax during filming of the hit TV show, which she said was "quite a shock":
The fourth series of Downton Abbey begins Sunday at 9pm on ITV.
Cheryl Cole revealed on Daybreak this morning that she feels "empowered" turning 30 this year.
Speaking to Richard Arnold, the singer said: “I’m turning 30 in June ... I’ve had an incredible decade in this industry, with the highs and the lows. Thirty is a very empowering age for me, I feel the best I’ve ever felt.”
During the interview she answered questions from fans on Twitter.
Asked by one fan if she would ever release a fitness DVD, Cheryl responded: “No, I look awful when I’m working out. The frizzy hair, the red face - it's not a pretty sight. It's not something you'd want on a big TV screen, trust me."
Singer Michael Buble has told Daybreak's Aled Jones that "when I have children my priority will be my family."
He said: "I'll continute for a few more years. It's not that I'll stop but I'll definitely slow down the pace."
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg told Daybreak former BBC Director-General George Entwistle's £450,000 pay-off is "difficult to justify" and "difficult to explain".
"My reaction was like everybody else's", Mr Clegg said. "Mr Entwistle was offered this money, he did not need to take it and it is up to the BBC to justify, as Lord Patten sought to, why they took this decision".
Asked about calls for Lord Patten to consider his position as Trust Chairman, Mr Clegg told BBC Breakfast, "I don't think it is the time to go round claiming that X person at the BBC should be promoted or Y person should resign".
"Clearly, the BBC is in a very difficult situation and is suffering a real crisis if you like of confidence in parts of the way in which some of the journalism is done in some programmes", he added.
Donny and Marie Osmond are set to return to the UK in the new year with a new stage show.
They joined Aled and Lorraine on the Daybreak sofa to talk about the new show and old times: