As much as it pains us to sit through a sad film at This Morning we love a tearjerker. With that in mind Eamonn and Ruth chose their interview with actor Jamie Blackley as the moment to relive in today's best bit.
Jamie's starring in the film adaptation of If I Stay. We hear it draws parallels to Ghost.
We can feel the tears coming on already...
Time to put the world of celebrity under the microscope, as the UK and the US go head to head for a Showbiz Showdown!
We have news on the Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon marriage split, Benedict Cumberbatch's latest accolade, and does Chris Martin have a new flame?
He is being billed as one of the hottest new Hollywood stars, but he was born and bred on British shores. And with his performance in teen tearkjerker If I Stay there's no doubt Jamie Blackley is here to stay; the only question now is just how big he's going to get?
Jamie joins us today to talk about playing a budding rock star, young love and what the future holds for the bright new star.
He's one of the UK's most recognisable and successful comics with his alter-ego, The Pub Landlord. But now Al Murray has gone from Landlord to historian and is going back in time to uncover secrets of one of his ancestors in new two-part series Secrets From The Asylum.
Al joins us today to reveal what mysteries he uncovered about his family, his latest stand-up tour and how he is planning in celebrating 20 years in the busIness.
What better way to combat some appalling weather than with some of our favourite funnies from the last 28 days? So join Eamonn, Ruth and a few other familiar faces as we blooper, smile and most importantly giggle our way through the latest Gigglebox!
He's the smooth-talking, sharp-dressing charmer, irresistible to women and a powerful man in the boardroom - Mad Men's Don Draper.
In his new movie 'Million Dollar Arm', Jon Hamm swaps Manhattan for Major League Baseball.
We sent Jenni Falconer to meet him.
He's a multi-medal winning athlete who scored gold at this year's Commonwealth Games, so who better to put a troop of celebrity would-be gymnasts through their paces on BBC1's Tumble than Louis Smith.
Not just that but Louis has been taking time out from his busy schedule to volunteer at his local gym to raise awareness for the Join-in Summer Relay event designed to encourage more people to get involved in their local sports clubs - here's here to tell us more.
Tumble is on Saturday at 6:30pm on BBC1