If you're heading to a bloodcurdling ball or a paranormal party this weekend and what to create a spook-tacular look then Bryony Blake has one hell of a look for you!
It's not for the fainthearted but it looks truly magnificent and is sure to spook your fellow fiends this Halloween!
Next week is National Adoption Week. Have you decided to adopt but need some advice? Are you struggling to bond with your adopted child? Or are you adopted yourself and need someone to talk to?
For a chance to have your adoption-related question answered on air, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, question and TELEPHONE NUMBER by Monday 3 November at 11:15am. You must be 18 or over. Terms can be viewed at itv.com/terms.
Have you or your partner decided to have a vasectomy? If so, would you be willing to feature on This Morning and have the procedure carried out by a specialised doctor?
If so, we'd love to hear from you. Email us at email@example.com before 6pm on Monday 3 November 2014 for a chance to take part.
You must be 18 or over. Terms at itv.com/terms.
We want to know what really annoys you about modern life. Tick your top FIVE in our survey below before 12pm on Monday 3 November, and watch the show to see how the nation voted!
It wouldn't be Halloween without a few spooky surprises - as Rochelle found out today.
The Saturdays singer was left scrambling not once, not twice, but three during today's show!
First she was stunned when a member of the crew dressed up as a skeleton and jumped up behind her during a fashion segment with Jenni Falconer.
Hubby Marvin was then in on the joke as a plastic spider dropped from the ceiling as she introduced Rylan and Alison Hammond's Fright Night at Thorpe Park.
Rochelle said: "No more please! I should have known that was coming!"
The final shock came at the end of the show during an interview with Diversity star Ashley Banjo.
After a zombie crept up behind the sofa, she screamed: "I hate you all!"
Thankfully Rochelle was still smiling at the end of the show, posing for pictures with her new spooky friend.
The boys take the mickey out of me. I have a vegetable patch at home.
Diversity dance-troupe leader Ashley Banjo is taking on a new mission - lending his green fingers to Helping Britain Blossom.
Ashley joins us today to talk about his allotment and bringing communities together.
He says: "The boys take the mickey out of me. I have a vegetable patch at home.
"I want to spread a positive message about healthy living."
While Ashley has performed at huge venues across the country, the newly-engaged star says proposing was one of the most nerve-wracking moments of his life.
He said: "I went to mush. I was shaking. I was I even think I told her I wanted to make her the happiest man in the world! It all went wrong."
Is your child’s school putting on a Nativity play this year? If so, we’d like to hear from you.
We’re looking for children aged between four and 10 to represent their school and recreate the greatest story ever told. Children should be available to come to our studio in the week commencing December 15, and be accompanied by an adult.
To apply, or nominate a school, email a short paragraph to firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us why you think we should consider your school to take part in one of our five Nativity days. We need emails by midday on Friday December the 5. You must be 18 or over to nominate. Terms at itv.com/terms.