This is it, the climax of the This Morning Nativity. All week we've seen children from schools across the country don their tea towels and dust off their crowns. Today we finish the story with children from Charles Dickens Primary School in Southwark. Charlie the Donkey will also be back making his second appearence on the show!
With loads and loads to watch this Christmas, Heat Magazine's TV Editor, Boyd Hilton, joins us to give us our fill of the best telly over the festive period.
It's time to get cosy with some stylish knits perfect for the festive season. Our favourite fashionista Kimberley Walsh is back with her pick of the best festive knits and fashionable thermals to help you look stylish, rather than silly!
The ITV Text Santa appeal reaches its high point tonight with a three hour live show. To kick off the day in joyous style we are throwing a party for around 50 people from two of the charities Text Santa supports: Together for Short Lives and Teenage Cancer Trust.
Viewers decided Rylan should host the party on Monday and has since been busy transforming a room at ITV tower into his winter wonderland. We'll be popping into the party throughout the show to see how Rylan and his guests are getting on!
We're joined by some of our experts, Denise Robertson, Bryony Blake, Phil Vickery, Olly Smith, Sharon Marshall, Leo Bancroft and the Speakmans to look back at the past year on This Morning.
So sit back and enjoy the moments that made them laugh, cry, and even made them speechless!
They shot to fame as contestants on The X Factor now, two years on, Union J are flying high. With three Top. 10 singles and a sell-out tour already under their belts, Josh, JJ, George and Jaymi came within a whisker of getting their first No. 1 earlier this month.
Today, to celebrate our last show before Christmas, the boys talk to us about why 2014 has been such a great year for them and they'll open the show with a fabulously festive performance of It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas.
Union J's single You Got It All and the album of the same name, are out now.
Eat carbs beforehand and avoid dark coloured drinks. Dr Chris is here with a quick guide on how to avoid and get rid of that dreaded festive hangover.
Mrs Brown's Boys star Brendan O'Carroll has quashed rumours the hit show is coming to an end.
Crossed wires saw fans become concerned the show, which attracted 10 million viewers for its Christmas special last year and spawned a movie in the summer, could be getting the chop.
But Brendan swiftly cleared things up on today's show: "It was a misunderstanding. My son mentioned we'd finished but he was referring to this year's Christmas special not the show.