It’s the musical taking the West End by storm - it’s true… Everybody’s talking about Jamie. The show centres around 16-year-old Jamie Campbell who dreams of turning himself into a drag queen. But growing up in the North of England with an unsupportive dad and school bullies ready to pounce, Jamie’s journey is far from easy.
Today we’re joined by the real life Jamie Campbell whose personal documentary inspired theatre producers to put his name in lights.
Now a successful fashion designer and blogger, he’s on our sofa alongside his mum Margaret who always encouraged her son to be himself.
Ruth and Eamonn's stylist shares details of our presenters' studio looks with us.
Ruth wears dress from M&S with Zara shoes
Eamonn wears Souster and Hicks shirt with Grosvenor suit
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Later this morning Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will appear together at their first public engagement - to support World Aids Day. Over 100,000 people are living with HIV in the UK alone - including 25 year old Danny Germain who contracted it from his mother, Millie who died of AIDS when he was five.
Growing up in the Home Counties, Danny had a 1 in 6 chance of inheriting the virus, but was told by his father that he had bugs in his blood. Aged 11, this was later revealed to be HIV - a secret diagnosis he was told to keep to himself, for fear of being stigmatised.
In 2015, on the anniversary of his mother’s death, 22 year old Danny decided to speak out - and tell friends and family the truth. He joins us to tell his story about living with the HIV virus and why it’s important to address the prejudice of living with the condition.
He’s locked and tortured Andy and Vinny in his basement, he’s committed murder, he’s blackmailed nearly every resident, and after framing the innocent Anna for Seb’s accident... this week Coronation Street's Pat Phelan continues his path of devilish destruction by blackmailing Gary into bringing daughter Nicola home.
Phil and Holly to talk Connor McIntyre about playing the most evil villain in the cobbles, and whether Phelan can escape his heinous crimes scot-free, or if he will finally get his comeuppance.
With the average family spending just shy of £500 on presents, and 10% admitting to spending an enormous £25 on the school teacher (can you believe!), we thought it might be about time we shared some Christmas gifts that cost a fraction of their shop-bought equivalents.
Juliet Sear, aka our fairy godmother, is in the kitchen with four easy ideas, guaranteed to spoil the whole family… that’s mum, dad and the children sorted - for under £10!
What better way to get into the festive spirit than with a novelty knit! From light up Snowmen to Sequin Santas, Lisa Snow ho ho don is here with her pick of the best for all the family to help you spread some Christmas spirit!
I have my good days and I have my bad days. How can I let this break me when there are so many people wishing the best for me?
Aspiring model Resham Khan was sitting in a car when she became the victim of an unprovoked acid attack in June. A corrosive liquid was thrown through the window at her and her cousin - but it was Resham who was left with ‘life changing’ burns and in ‘unbearable pain’.
Just three months after the attack, Resham has shared a selfie of her recovery on social media, and was praised for being ‘courageous, strong and confident’. Her assailant John Tomlin has pleaded guilty to two counts of causing GBH with intent and will be sentenced in January. Resham says that her face will never look the same again, but it was time to ‘stop hiding’.
Resham joins us for her first TV interview.