I'm human. I have these elephant knees and I've definitely had my struggles with my weight.
As frontwoman of The Pussycat Dolls, Nicole Scherzinger was part of one of the most successful girlbands of all time, selling 54 million records worldwide. Her debut solo album Killer Love went to No 8 in the charts, and included her No 1 hit Don't Hold Your Breath.
Three years on and Nicole is in the studio to perform her brand new single On The Rocks, and to talk about her second album Big Fat Lie, One Direction and her 'elephant knees'!
From celebrating curves to cleverly concealing our wobbly bits, Gok Wan is no stranger to a style SOS. So this week, he is being put to the test as he tackles some of our viewers' most difficult dressing dilemmas.
It's National Chocolate Week and to celebrate Phil Vickery is in the kitchen whipping up a decadent and delicious chocolate cake - perfect for weekend indulgence. Plus drinks expert Olly Smith has the perfect tipple to go with such a decadent dessert!
Hats created by Andrew Blas, Executive Pastry Chef at Hotel Café Royal in London’s Piccadilly
Martin Lewis answers calls from viewers who are worried about their finances - and who face a future of debt.
Plus Eamonn accepts a right royal invitation to hear more about Cornwall's credit unions from Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
With half term fast approaching, travel expert Bob Atkinson is here with information on some of the best family getaways that won't break the bank.
Fom the first winter sun locations, to family-friendly city breaks and the ideal way to keep the kids entertained if staying at home, Bob has something for everbody!
After Ryan Smith was involved in a near-fatal collision last year, his father Mark feared the worst. Ryan had a head-on collision with a van, and after refusing to wear a helmet because it would mess up his hair, suffered a devastating head injury that left him in a coma.
Over a year after Mark appeared on This Morning to warn people about the dangers of cycling without a helmet, Ryan is on the long road to recovery. Waking up from a coma after four months, Ryan has defied doctors expectations and managed to stand unaided earlier this year.
As he slowly recovers, Ryan and his father join Eamonn and Ruth to talk about their difficult struggle - and the need for people to wear helmets.