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What is in Joey Essex's manbag?

He's a man who takes great pride in his style, with an entire room of his house dedicated to his clothing and accessories, but what is in the manbag Joey Essex carries everywhere with him?

Here's five interesting things we learnt from Monday's show...

ONE. Joey Essex and Eamonn actually own the same manbag!

The essentials that Joey insists on carrying everywhere with him include his phone, earphones, eye drops and lypsyl.

In fact, he owns the same manbag as Eamonn, but Ruth isn't quite convinced he can carry it off!

TWO. The three words that can save your life

What Three Words is an app that could save your life if you find yourself lost or in need of emergency assistance.

It uses a grid made up of 57 trillion squares measuring 3m by 3m and each square has been assigned three random words. You can locate yourself on the app and if you need to call 999, tell the operator the three words and they will be able to find you much more easily. It is particularly handy in rural locations or on long roads with a single post code and can even be used offline.

THREE. Carol Vorderman still has ambitions to fly solo around the world

Carol will soon be turning 60 and commenting on that milestone she told us: “Hopefully [I will] get this flight around the world solo. When mum died, that all happened a few weeks before I was due to take off."

Carol obtained her pilot’s licence in 2014 and was planning to tackle the feat in her twin-engine propeller plane nicknamed Mildred.

FOUR. There could be an S Club 7 reunion on the cards

On the rumours, Rachel Stevens said: 'You never know, it bubbles up every now and then, obviously there’s seven of us in very different stages of our lives, but it does bubble up.'

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FIVE. Eamonn does NOT like unnecessary cushions!

Speaking to Ruth about her penchant for interior design, he said: ‘I used to have a lad pad until you came along. Why are there cushions everywhere? Why every night before bed, do I have to spend 15 minutes taking sand bags off my bed?’.

Ruth explained that she simply likes 'dressing the room', something Joey Essex later agreed with.

The rise of the non-surgical 'tweak-ments'

They’re the mini-services promising to brighten, tighten and smooth - all without having to go under the knife.

But, as non-surgical cosmetic 'tweak-ments' soar in popularity, just how effective are they?

We’re putting them to the test, as cosmetic doctor, Dr Esho performs three procedures during the show - insta-cheeks, jawline contouring and a non-surgical nose job.

Dr Esho's advice for safe treatments

- Patients should make sure they have a thorough consultation before agreeing to treatment.

- As per the NHS England advice, ensure your practitioner is a registered medical professional such as a doctor, dentist or nurse.

- Ensure the treatment is within a clean, clinical environment.

- Check you practitioner has the appropriate insurance and is experienced at the procedure, as well as being experienced at treating complications.

- Always ensure you have a follow up appointment as part of your treatment.

- Adhere to aftercare and ensure you have emergency contacts for your practitioner after you leave the treatment room.

Rachel Stevens goes back to the 70s with new show

She's reached for the stars, said sweet dreams to her LA Ex, and given us more, more, more.

Twenty years since finding fame with S Club 7 - Rachel Stevens is putting on her platforms, as she prepares for a retro night of singing and dancing in her new stage show, ‘Rip It Up The 70s’.

Ahead of rehearsals, Rachel joins us to talk about managing fame and motherhood, and what she wishes she could have told her younger self.

Joey Essex takes us on a tour of his crib

Following a 10 year hiatus, the new series of MTV Cribs is back, and giving fans an exclusive peek inside the homes of some of the UK’s biggest celebs.

So, prepare to be ‘well jel’ as Joey Essex’s takes us inside his million pound lad pad - equipped with its own Ibiza beach club, basketball court and three walk-in wardrobes!

Plus, after a chance encounter with Boris Johnson back in 2016, Joey gives us the lowdown on why he’ll do a ‘sick job’ at Number 10.

The three words that could save your life

Weekend, Foggy, Earphones - those were the three words which helped saved one woman’s life after she lost control of her car on the A36.

Dazed and confused, Valerie found herself stranded with no idea where she was. That was, until officers pinpointed her location using smartphone app 'What Three Words' - which assigns three random words to 57 trillion locations on the planet.

And, as our emergency services encourage you to download it, Alice Beer is here alongside Valerie to tell us more.

Carol Vorderman on facing up to ageism

If someone said you 'looked great for your age' - would you take it as a compliment?

While it might seem like a harmless turn of phrase, research has shown that casual ageism is making 68% of over 50s feel undervalued. And one person who agrees is 58-year-old Carol Vorderman.

As she approaches the big 6-0, Carol tells us about facing up to ageism, and why she has no plans to slow down.

Asked when she had experienced ageism, Carol admitted: “Most of my life, let’s be fair. Twenty years ago I wore a blue dress to the BAFTAs which was above the knee, I was 39. That became a massive story, programmes were made about it. Not about the dress, it became about should a woman aged 39 wear a dress above the knee? I was called mutton dressed as lamb. Would you call a 39 year-old today mutton dressed as lamb because she wore a dress above the knee? Of course you wouldn’t! That’s just nonsense.

Carol continued: “The point about ageist remarks are that they belong to the last Century. I get it all the time and has my attitude changed whatsoever? No! And is it going to change? No!”

On whether these comments ever sting, Carol revealed: “No, never. What is age appropriate? Surely it’s about the spirit of somebody.”