Coming up on Friday's show

Coming up on your Friday This Morning, is your foundation or lipstick out of date? Recent lab tests have revealed using old make-up can seriously damage your health.

And with roast dinners deemed too expensive and time-consuming, Lorraine Pascal has a quick and easy recipe for us.

All that and more from 10:30!

Roast chicken with garlic, rosemary and thyme

The nation has fallen out of love with the roast because it takes too long! Lorraine Pascale’s will be on the table in half the time.

Lorraine's recipe for simple roast chicken pieces with forty cloves of garlic, rosemary and thyme has all the flavours of a classic roast in the time it takes you to make a cuppa and watch an episode of Coronation Street, meaning you can eat well very easily - even with a roast dinner!

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We hope you've managed to snap a few good memories on your camera or phone during the summer...

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Mum and daughter spend £60k for Katie Price look

I just love the fake look! I love Katie Price, Josie Cunningham. I just love the fake look!

– Mum Georgina Clarke

What lengths would you go to to look like your favourite celebrity? Maybe you'd get the same haircut or shop for the same style of clothes?

But for 38-year-old Georgina Clarke and her 20-year-old daughter Kayla Morris that wasn’t enough, as the pair have spent almost £60,000 on plastic surgery to look like their idol Katie Price. Georgina likes Katie’s current look while her daughter is a fan of the Jordan look!

Kayla and Georgina have transformed themselves... but they plan to go further

The great vape debate

The most common reason for trying an e-cigarette is smokers trying to quit.

– Deborah Arnott from ASH

Health officials in Britain have recently endorsed e-cigarettes, saying they are 95% safer than tobacco equivalents, and even suggesting doctors should be able to prescribe the devices to smokers trying to quit.

Today we meet Deborah Arnott from ASH (Action on Smoking & Health) who is pro vaping, and journalist Kelly Rose Bradford who in contrast strongly believes that e-cigarettes should be banned in public places.

Dr Dawn is also on hand with her medical opinion to set the record straight regarding these controversial devices.

I think the problem is that [e-cigarettes] are normalising smoking to a whole new generation of children.

– Kelly Rose Bradford