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'He's not my sugar daddy, I love him!'

Former child actor Mason Reese and his model girlfriend Sarah Russi say they couldn’t be more in love after seven months together. Mobility scooter user Mason says 26-year-old Sarah is ‘out of his league’ and was shocked to discover she wanted to date him - at 4ft 10, and 27 years her senior. Mason and Sarah are often stared at and asked if their relationship is based on financial gain.

They join us live from NYC as they reveal why their common interests, their friendship and their sense of humour makes their relationship so special.

12 water bottles to keep you hydrated this summer

As the weather hots up, you might need some help keeping cool in with a handy new water bottle.

The NHS recommends that in a climate such as the UK's we should drink about 1.2 litres (that's six to eight glasses) of fluid every day to stop us getting dehydrated.

So ditch (read: recycle) those disposable plastics and drink up!

Rob Lowe swaps La La Land for Lincolnshire

With three Golden Globe nominations under his belt, Rob Lowe is a bonafide Hollywood movie star, but for his latest role he’s swapped the bright lights of LA LA Land for the mean streets of Lincolnshire! He joins us DTL from the Monte Carlo TV festival to discuss his latest role as Senior Police Officer Bill Hixon.

Plus he reveals how a certain Alison Hammond has stolen his heart (watch out Hugh Jackman!) and how the tiny town of Boston has given him an enormous love for sausages!

How to trim your bush like a pro

June is the perfect time of year to cut back your bush, but how do you go about it? And what shape should you be aiming for?

Trimming expert Charlie Bloom talks us through how to get the best results plus Holly and Phillip go head-to-head as they put their hedge trimming skills to the test in the ultimate Bush Plucker Trial.

How to prune

Charlie says: "Usually you want to prune in June or July and generally you should just need to do it once a year. At other times you can chop the odd branch away but they should generally stay in shape. You should always avoid cutting hedges in the sun as this can scorch the plant and harm it - think of it like you're wounding the plant and the sun is burning it after. Also you shouldn't really prune in the winter, especially in the frost, as this again can limit regrowth."

Charlie's pick of trimming tools

  1. Electric hedge trimmers - "These are best if you have a large area of bush/hedging to prune. This is the first stage in cutting back the overgrown bits and leaving you with a nice clean hedge to work more intricately with. There are also really good cordless trimmers which means you can charge it up and take it anywhere - which is particularly good if you have a rather large garden, or difficult places to reach."

  2. Shearing scissors - "These are good for large areas as they can quickly clear away overgrowth."

  3. Topiary scissors - "These are good for much more intricate trimming, so if you're trying to do shapes or specific details on the bush, they're specially designed to work wonders."

  4. Standard scissors - "If you really just need to get in there and take out that last little bit of overgrowth to get the perfect shape, standard scissors work great. It's just for those fiddly bits at the very end."

  5. Hand trimmer - "Personally I think they're better than big hedge trimmer because you have more control and really shape your bush"

Imagine if you woke up one day, and no one could remember the Beatles!

Ex-EastEnder Himesh Patel and Oscar-winning filmmaker Danny Boyle join us to talk about their new film Yesterday, about a singer-songwriter (played by Himesh) who becomes the only person in the world to know The Beatles, and starts to sing their songs as his own.

The Hollywood duo tell us all about how they pay tribute to the iconic band, and how the film was partly based on pop sensation Ed Sheeran - who also has a starring role!