10:35 Are we born to cheat?
Catherine Cooper and Louise Van Der Velde debate whether people are by nature unfaithful
10:50 David Leon
David reveals why cracks are starting to appear in his Vera character's psyche
11:15 Health Alert
Dr Chris wants you to vote for your NHS heroes at the Health Hero awards
If you follow @itvthismorning on Twitter, you may have seen a few selfie-style photos from Andi, a camel called Kokoso... and Phillip and Holly.
Well that's because we're trying out a new #TwitterMirror camera and giving the TM family and guests the chance to snap their own pics and bring you even more great behind-the-scenes goings-on - enjoy!
Last weekend Britain's Got Talent was back with a bang. From owl agility and a rotating drummer, to onion eating and a skating stripper, the first episode did not disappoint when it came to the wacky acts we all love.
It also didn't fall short with show-stopping performances either, as soprano Lucy Kay, dance troupe Light Balance and salsa granny Paddy all set the bar high going into week two of the auditions.
Stephen Mulhern is here to take us through all the best, worst and downright weird acts from Saturday night's show, and we'll also be joined by one of the stars from the programme.
Everyone likes to look their best, but Rodrigo Alves has taken it a step further than most. He has spent over £100,000 on cosmetic surgery to build his perfect body, with liposuction, jaw restructuring and even a silicon six-pack, leaving him resembling a human Ken Doll.
But his addiction almost came with a greater price. A botched operation to enlarge his arms with gel filler left Rodrigo close to death, but even that hasn't stopped his obsession with looking good. He's here to tell us more.
Gino D'Acampo is back in the kitchen. So, if you're sick of the chocolate eggs and need some veg then Gino is here to show us how to make a tasty pasta bake filled with aubergines, red onions and with a parmesan topping.
Never cook onion and garlic together... they fight each other