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On Tuesday's show, 20 years after Trainspotting became a cult classic, Jonny Lee Miller tells us what to expect from Sickboy in the sequel.

She's got murder on her mind - Game of Thrones' Arya Stark - that's Maisie Williams, tells us why she'll put an end to being called cute.

And Gok's back! Find out how to get the latest trends for spring - as worn by Victoria Beckham - for less.

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Kylie Minogue no more, says Rylan, sassily

Kylie and her fiancé, UK actor Joshua Sasse, have been engaged since last February, but say they won't get wed until Australian law allows gay couples to marry too.

But when they eventually do tie the knot, the singer has revealed that she'll take Joshua's surname and become Kylie Sasse!

You can just imagine what Rylan makes of this news - and actually you don't have to - you can find out by watching the video above!

Spot the (two-tonne) rhino on Schofe's South African Adventure

Last week we arrived at Founders Lodge Game Reserve and our lovely hosts Vicky and Wayne Nel, and their ranger Phillip, made a dream come true by taking my wife, Steph and I to see giraffes in the wild.

How could we top that? Well, knowing my fascination for another African animal - the rhino - Wayne took us to the Amakhala Game reserve to meet a remarkable man, Dr Will Fowlds.

Will is a vet and rhino expert and took us out on a game drive to try and find rhinos. So began a game of cat and mouse, although in this case the mouse was a two-tonne rhino.

Short skirts and sexual assault: Shocking survey results

Picture the scene: It's Saturday night with the girls and you're wearing an outfit which hugs your curves. But wait - is your skirt too short? Have you been drinking too much? Could you be blamed for inviting a sexual assault?

According to a new survey, a third of women say yes, you could - and believe their female friends should be held responsible for enticing unwelcome sexual advances.

Debating the issue today are journalists Angela Epsteen and Alison Phillips.

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