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Fill in our survey below by 10:30am on Friday 27 May and watch the show to find how decorated you are compared to the rest of the nation!
This story comes complete with a big ALLEGEDLY warning! But it's possible that one of our favourite singers, Adele, has embarked on a new eating plan... that allows dark chocolate and red wine. Sign us up!
In Mexico for her friend Eva Longaria's wedding, Victoria Beckham has taken the chance to let her hair down and dance the Electric Slide with hairstylist Ken Paves!
It's not sexual at all, it's escapism
A quarter of British households have a dog. But some people don't just want to own a dog, they want to be one.
Channel 4's one-off documentary The Secret Life of Human Pups explores the hidden world of ordinary men who lead extraordinary double lives. But what makes these grown men want doggy treats, belly rubs and squeaky toys?
We're joined by human puppy Tom Peters along with his ex-fiancée Rachael Watson.
TV: The Secret Life of the Human Pups is on Channel 4 at 10pm on Wednesday 25 May
Gok's back! And he's here with his pick of the high street's most stylish stripes - from classic Bretons to rainbow brights, there's something to suit every age, shape and budget.
It's time for the staff from The Mill to escape Letherbridge and make their way to our sofa. Doctors has had a busy year with a groom jilted at the altar, the death of a much-loved character and of course the celebration of their 3000th episode! Could this finally be the year for the underdog of Soapland?
Matthew Chambers who plays Dr Daniel Granger, Elisabeth Demot Walsh who plays Dr Zara, and Sarah Moyle who plays Valerie will be spilling all the Doctors gossip alongside our resident Queen of Soaps Sharon Marshall.
On 12 April 2014, a valued memeber of the This Morning team Amy May Shead set off for a trip to Budapest. Severely allergic to nuts all her life, Amy carried her EpiPen with her and felt confident she could deal with an allergic reaction should it occur.
However, on the third day of the trip, Amy ate a chicken dish in a restaurant which caused a severe anaphylactic reaction. Amy went into cardiac arrest, it took six minutes for the paramedics to revive her. Amy was placed on life support in the Budapest hospital before being flown home.
Her parents Sue and Roger joined us on the sofa on 12 September 2014.