There was only ever going to be one best bit from today's show... PIE!
Yes award winning chef Yotam Ottolenghi was in the kitchen rusting up some short crust pastry treats which were enjoyed by Phillip, Holly, and most likely the crew after the show too!
Before Cilla Black became the highest paid host on British TV, she was just an ambitious Liverpudlian lass with an astonishing rags to riches story.
Her early years will tonight be relived in the first of a three-part drama depicting how Priscilla White became Cilla Black.
And Sheridan Smith, 33, faced the daunting task of portraying the young woman who became the 60s singing sensation.
Today Sheridan joins us for an interview with Phillip and Holly.
Cilla begins tonight at 9pm on ITV.
With just a week to go until most university terms begin, today marks one of the most colourful events in the student calendar: Fresher's Week.
And, with a nation of misty-eyed parents waving off their beloved children as they embark upon 3 years of education and self-discovery, it's the perfect time for Alice Beer to give us the lowdown on the best tablets, laptops, phones, shopping deals and insurance options on the market to ensure their student experience isn't stuck in the 1970s.
The man who made vegetables sexy, Yotam Ottolenghi is an award winning chef and restaurateur, whose Middle Eastern background helps him create some of the most flavoursome of family dishes.
Yotam joins us today for his debut This Morning appearance, to show us how to make use of what's in season right now, in his warming root vegetable pies.
Paul Akister suffered heartbreak last year when he left the X Factor competition at the judge's houses stage when his mentor Louis Walsh decided to send him home.
But this year he's back and sounding great as he looks to progress further in the show.
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The acts who wowed the judges at the closed-room auditions faced round two this weekend - appearing not just in front of judges, but also performing to an audience of nearly 5,000 people at Wembley Arena.
With limited places available at boot camp, the singers had to prove their first performances weren't just a one-off.