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Golden 15: Piers' views on new Gillette advert

Piers Morgan, Susanna Reid, Charlotte Hawkins, and Richard Arnold discuss the talking points from the past few days:

- A Gilette advert has sparked controversy among customers - and Piers had a lot to say on the matter.
- A picture of an egg has become the most liked post on Instagram ever after breaking Kylie Jenner's record of 18 million likes.
- Piers being 'fat shamed'.
- Piers receives a vegan hamper.

War Horse rears for the centenary of Armistice Day

This weekend marks 100 years since the end of World War One. A century has passed since the guns fell silent on Europe's battlefields, following four years of bloodshed which saw 17million people lose their lives.

People around the country will gather to commemorate fallen soldiers from the First and the Second World War on Remembrance Day. Theresa May has laid a wreath at the graves of the UK soldiers who were killed, during an Armistice trip in France and Belgium.

Campaign says NoThanx to control pants

Granny pants are celebrated the world over, and shot to fame when Bridget Jones exposed them as her secret clothing weapon of choice.

Also commonly known as shape wear, the silhouette smoothing garment is also viewed by some as a torture device set to encourage women to conceal their natural lumps and bumps.

Body confidence Blogger, Jessica Jones supports a new #NoThanx campaign setting out to help lift the lid on the uncomfortable truth of wearing control pants. Meanwhile american actor, plus size model and fashion influencer Hayley Hasselhoff embraces body-shaping underwear and its ability to make her feel “tucked in.”

Is shape wear a godsend or a form of unnecessary female torture? Join the debate.

Vote for your favourite show at the NTAs!

The contenders for this year's NTAs have been revealed and voting has officially opened across the UK. The power is now in the hands of viewers as the public votes for the TV stars and shows they love in a huge nationwide poll.

Good Morning Britain is up for the best daytime award and you can vote for your favourite shows by clicking the link below!

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007 slammed as 'rapist' over 1960s Goldfinger scene

Bond fans around the world will unite this week to share a toast for their favourite sleuth - one that will no doubt be shaken, not stirred.

55 years on from the release of Dr. No, the first film in the mega-franchise, the actions of 007 have been called into question. The spy has been called 'too toxic' for the #MeToo era - critics have called scenes in the films inappropriate for the modern age.

A notorious womaniser, 007's raunchy love scenes have been viewed around the world millions of times. The franchise, which has rolled out 26 blockbusters, has seen seduce women on five continents. But it's a Bond's actions in the USA that have led to some called him a "villain" and not the hero he's supposed to portray.