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On Monday's show with Eamonn and Ruth, Matt Willis talks Busted reunions and renewing his vows.

Alice is in Sunderland with the genius hacks that will make cleaning your kitchen a breeze.

And we meet the woman who, after dating a ghost for six months, is finally ready to start a family with him.

Join us for all this and more from 10:30 on ITV!

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Steal Mollie's Friday look

Mollie and Matt's stylists share details of our presenters' studio looks with us.

Mollie wears top from Mango with Zara skirt and Kurt Geiger shoes

Matt wears shirt and shoes from Reiss with Topman trousers

Could a diet of creepy crawlies help save the planet?

There are hundreds of diets out there to help you lose weight, or get beach body ready… but for Joy Nemerson, it’s ants-eggs rather than the Atkins, and a ‘five-a-day’ of creepy crawlies.

Despite being a self-professed ‘fussy eater’ from a young age, the creepy crawly culinary queen creates dozens of recipes using - that’s right - bugs! The insect-lover from Indianapolis joins us live from across the pond to discuss her - let’s say interesting - choice of pizza topping.

Joy Nemerson enjoys a crispy bug!

We’re also joined in the studio by critter connoisseur Seb Holmes who’s here to tell us about the benefits of bugs...oh, and he’s brought some tasty critters along as a light snack!

Are you bothered by unisex toilets?

Once reserved for just the disabled and our own homes, unisex loos can now be found across the country - in your local pub, your favourite restaurant and even in your workplace.

But yesterday, unisex toilets hit the headlines when it was reported that women at the Home Office were refusing to use them, flushing away almost £40,000 worth of taxpayers’ money in the process.

So we’re asking: are unisex toilets a step too far?

Vote in our poll above

Missing: Help find my daughter Georgina

It’s every parent’s worst nightmare: receiving the devastating news your child is missing. That’s exactly what happened to Andrea Gharsallah in March this year when her 30-year-old daughter and mum-of-two Georgina vanished. She was last seen on CCTV leaving a local shop and, since then, both her credit card and mobile phone haven’t been used. So where is Georgina? As her family desperately ask that question, former police officer Mark Williams-Thomas investigates.

Mark’s here alongside Georgina’s mum Andrea and younger sister Arij in a bid to find the fate of missing Georgina.

If you see Georgina or have any information about her, contact the police by phoning 101 or email 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk quoting reference 603 or 17/03.

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