It's that time of year for retailers to release their blockbuster festive adverts, so Good Morning Britain has decided to get into the spirit with our very own little Christmas video featuring Piers, Susanna and a message of friendship.
However, we've approached our production a little differently...
Amid reports that this year's John Lewis ad cost £7 million to make, we challenged one of our producers to make our ad in two days with a budget of just £80.
Watch the finished piece above.
Lorraine Kelly questioned Jennifer Arcuri over her appearance on Good Morning Britain, after the US businesswoman refused to confirm whether she had an affair with Boris Johnson during his time as London Mayor.
Jennifer told Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid that she had been left 'heartbroken' following allegations of an affair but refused to confirm or deny the details surrounding their 'special relationship', claiming: "I just don't want to give a definitive answer."
Commenting on Acuri's elusive interview, Lorraine said: "God, that was crazy wasn't it? What's the point of coming on and not answering any questions? What's the point in that?"
At that moment, Piers asked the former model and tech entrepreneur if she had a response to the daytime presenter's question.
To which she replied: "I'm sorry? I believe I said a few things, what is it that you were looking for that I should say?"
"Well you didn't answer any of the questions that were put to you," Lorraine said before adding: "and I just don't see the point in you coming on, to be honest."
In a global exclusive, Richard Arnold met superstar songstress Celine Dion to chat about the release of her new album 'Courage' and enjoy a good old sing-song!
Watch the full-length uncut interview above.
Al Murray has opened up on his nephew’s battle with a rare and aggressive form of leukaemi on Good Morning Britain today.
The Pub Landlord told Ben Shephard and Ranvir Singh how Finley Relf is desperate for the British public to donate blood stem cells, and inspired a surge in registrations following his appeal.
Al explained: “To sign up, you go to DKMS.org.uk, you fill in the form which will probably take you 10 minutes online - you check your eligibility and all that.
“I’m eligible and look at me! I’m 51, I’m a schlub - I’m the opposite of someone who runs marathons, right.”
The Pub Landlord continued: “People over 55, unfortunately, aren’t eligible, but 17 to 55 you’re eligible."
John Lewis has released their Christmas Advert for 2019, with many heralding the department store's release as the start of Christmas.
Fans were introduced to Edgar, an adorable dragon who almost derails festivities in his fire-breathing excitement.
John Lewis previously teased the release after creating a mysterious Twitter account with the hashtag #ExcitableEdgar.
The @ExcitableEdgar Twitter account has already amassed more than 2,500 followers and many excited fans were quick to spot it, believing it could be a preview for the festive advert.
Free letter from Santa, check you’re on the electoral roll, new cheapest loans, and last chance for ‘free’ wills. These are our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis’ Tips of the Week.
Remember, tips can change quickly, even while I’m on the programme. So always double-check the terms and conditions before spending. Plus, while I hope these tips will save you cash, don’t spend if you can’t afford it, don’t need it, or won’t use it.
Forget Brexit, spending promises and the latest polls... when it came to this week's general election campaigning, it was actually the humble cuppa tea which caused many people to boil over!
So what was all the fuss about?
Well, Prime Minister Boris Johnson's controversial tea-making style was exposed in the party's election broadcast video... and sent the Twittersphere into meltdown.