Is your mum guilty of lashing on the lippy or wearing eight-inch heels at the school gates? If she wants a lesson in 'less is more', then we want to surprise her with a very special makeunder at the hands of Gok, Leo and Bryony
Send us as much information on your mum as possible - and PLEASE include some photographs to show why she deserves the makeunder. You and your mum need to be available to be brought to London on Thursday 12 March.
AND REMEMBER - IT'S A SURPRISE!
Last week Dave shot to fame in a well known advert after strutting through the streets and now we want to know do you have an epic strut or do you know someone that does?
Do heads turn as you walk down the street and do you feel like the pavement is your very own catwalk? If you walk with an attitude we want to see!
Send videos (30 seconds or less, filmed in portrait) of yourself or someone else (with their permission) strutting and it may be shown on air! Don't do anything to injure yourself and send your videos to email@example.com by 11:30 on Monday. You must be 18 or over, terms and conditions at itv.com/terms.
On Monday's show, there's Hollywood royalty in the house as Michael Sheen spills some behind-the-scenes secrets.
And speaking of secrets, can Broadchurch star Jodie Whittaker reveal anything about series three? She'll be here too.
And Gino will be cooking up breakfast for dinner! See you at 10:30.
I love what I do. To me it’s not work, it’s something that I have done over the years… and now, if people ask me things, I know the answers because I’ve been doing it for such a long time. I love it.
Thanks to her role on The Great British Bake Off, Mary Berry has become a national treasure. With over 60 years' cooking experience, Mary's just released her latest cookbook and hopes to impart her culinary wisdom to readers at home.
Known for her tough but fair judging, to the current generation she is definitely the Queen of Cakes and harsh critic of the soggy bottom! Following a stint in the This Morning kitchen with resident chef Phil Vickery offering her his own tips, Mary Berry explained to Eamonn and Ruth what her new book and series are all about. She said, “I’ve done family favourites that I’ve updated, and I’ve only put in the book what they’ve said are really good!
BOOK: Mary Berry Absolute Favourites is out now
It's set to be the warmest weekend of the year after a long cold winter - spring has finally sprung. With temperatures set to beat some of the Med's top holiday hotspots, Phil Vickery's bringing the warm weather inside with a BBQ-inspired favourite you can do in your very own kitchen - Moroccan spiced lamb kebabs with coriander yoghurt and flat breads.
And as if that's not enough he's got an inventive idea for a kitchen appliance 56% of us couldn't live without. A time-saving syrup sponge that cooks in minutes - in the microwave!