Look who's joining us on Monday!

We've said bye bye to Holly who presented her (rather emotional) last show before taking time off to have her baby on Thursday and now it's time to welcome her temporary replacement in the form of the gorgeous and talented Amanda Holden.

Amanda will be on our screens alongside Phillip every Monday to Thursday from next week, with Eamonn and Ruth presenting the Friday shows as usual.

Welcome to the This Morning family, Amanda!

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Gigglebox V

If you're as sad as we are that Holly's gone into the horizon to give birth to another bundle of joy then how about distracting yourself with some good old fashion funnies?

Gigglebox knows you need cheering up. Relax. We've got some corking moments from the last few weeks to turn those frowns upside down!

And if that's not enough check out the whole Gigglebox family below!

Gigglebox! - Gigglebox 2! - Gigglebox 3! - Gigglebox IV

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Denise does Downton: Part Three

The Earl of Grantham has kindly lent Denise one of his very finest carriages to explore Downton village, which is actually the picturesque town of Bampton in Oxfordshire.

Joining Denise as she tours the village is Brit Movie Tour Guide and ‘star’ of Downton Abbey, Steve Lester (remember the cricket match that was the finale of Series three?) Steve was the umpire, and he certainly bowls Denise over with his juicy gossip about the stars and production!

Find out how they turn an Oxfordshire village into an early 20th century Yorkshire equivalent, discover what shocks Bampton’s American tourists, and learn why you should NEVER EVER post a letter in the Downton post box!

Downton Abbey is back for a fifth series, next Sunday 21 Sep 2014, 9.00pm - 10.30pm, ITV.

Visit the Downton Abbey website for an exclusive interview with cast and crew

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Lacey Turner is a very busy Girl

This Sunday we see Lacey Turner reprise her role as army medic Molly Dawes in the BBC drama Our Girl.

Initially just a pilot, the drama attracted an audience in excess of 6.3 million, and we can now look forward five-part series which follows Molly to the front-line of Afghanistan.

Undergoing a gruelling training regime in the sweltering South African heat to prepare her for the role, Lacey describes filming the series as a 'life-changing' experience.

With a recent return to Albert Square also keeping her busy, it's been a packed year for Lacey. She joins us now to tell us more.

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