Monday, 30 August 2010, 6:00AM – 9:25AM on ITV1

Here are the guests on GMTV Monday 30 August to Friday 3 September.

Monday 30 August

Myleene Klass guest presents GMTV With Lorraine.

Tuesday 31 August

Ahead of the final episode of the Bill tonight, actors Trudie Goodwin, Roberta Taylor and Chris Ellison talk about their time on the iconic show.

Wednesday 1 September

Irish pop rockers, The Script, perform their new single ‘For the First Time’.

Thursday 2 September

Singer Sharleen Spiteri talks about the competition hotting up on the TV talent show, Must be the Music.

Creator of This is England, Shane Meadows, along with Joe Gilgun, join Myleene Klass on the sofa.

Friday 3 September

Chart-toppers McFly perform their new single, Party Girl.

Drew Barrymore chats to Kate on location about her new film Going The Distance.


Monday, 23 August 2010, 6:00AM – 9:25AM on ITV1

Here are the GMTV guests Monday 23 to Friday 27 August.

Monday 23rd August

Mexican actress Selma Hayek is live from LA to talk about her new film, Grown Ups.

British R & B singer Taio Cruz performs his new song Dynamite.

Kirsty Gallacher guest presents GMTV With Lorraine.

Top chef Marcus Wareing cooks up a treat in the GMTV kitchen.

Tuesday 24th August

Birds of a Feather stars Lesley Joseph and Linda Robson talk about the DVD release of the iconic TV series.

Wednesday 25th August

X Factor runner-up Olly Murs performs his debut single, ‘Please Don’t Let Me Go’.

Thursday 26th August


Friday 27th August

Kim Cattrall talks about her upcoming appearance at the Liverpool Playhouse for a production of Anthony and Cleopatra.

N.E.R.D stop by for a chat and performance of their new single Hot and Fun.

Award-winning actress Julia McKenzie gives a rare interview about her forthcoming Marple film, The Pale Horse .

Lib Dem leader and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg told GMTV that he believed the coalition Government had “hit the ground running” after 100 days in power.

Speaking on the breakfast TV show, Mr Clegg responded to the results of a GMTV survey which suggested there has been a drop in support for the coalition Government.

Mr Clegg said: “It’s extraordinarily early to start judging whether this coalition has been successful or not. I think we hit the ground running, I think we have actually introduced more reforms in 100 days than the last government did in 13 years – political reforms,  reforms to improve the NHS, to improve your schools, changes to the tax systems, to pensions that we’ve talked about. I think these are things I’m really, really proud of. But do I think it matters what we all think about now? What really matters is how we feel in five years’ time. Have we sorted out the economy? Are there jobs? Do people feel that we’re living in a fairer country? That is the acid test and that is what I am working towards.”

Mr Clegg added there was no choice about the spending cuts to come, remarking: “There’s nothing fair about handing on our debts onto the next generation. So one way or another, you’ve got to try and bring this debt down.”

Watch Nick Clegg’s full interview here –


Monday, 16 August 2010, 6:00AM – 9:25AM on ITV1

Here are the guests for Monday 16 to Friday 20 August.

Monday 16 August:

Kirsty Gallacher guest presents GMTV With Lorraine all week.

Tuesday 17 August:

X Factor host Dermot O’Leary talks about the return of the hit singing contest.

British actor and East is East star, Jimi Mistry, reveals all about his new film, Basement.

Wednesday 18 August:

Scott Pilgrim VS The World stars, Michael Cera and Anna Kendrick, are on the GMTV sofa to reveal all about their new movie.

Singer/songwriter Zarif joins Kirsty Gallagher for a chat and performance of her new single, Box of Secrets.

Thursday 19 August:

Hollywood’s hottest film star, Angelina Jolie, talks to Kate Garraway about her new film Salt.

Friday 20 August:

Across the Atlantic, Ross King catches up with teen pop sensation Justin Bieber.

R&B star Jason Derulo joins GMTV for a live performance of his latest single, What If.

In her first television interview eight months after her alleged affair with John Terry became front page news – Vanessa Perroncel told GMTV it never happened.

Speaking to GMTV’s Kate Garraway, Perroncel opened up about the media speculation that surrounded her friendship with John Terry.

Asked to define the nature of her relationship with Terry, Perroncel replied: “Friends, we were friends. That’s what we were.”

When asked directly whether she had had an affair with Terry, Perroncel replied: “No, I think I made that clear. I denied that from the start but people didn’t want to hear. I’ve never said, ‘Oh yes, I’ve had an affair with John Terry,’ I said, ‘No, he was my friend.’”

Asked if Terry’s wife Toni believed her, the former partner of England player, Wayne Bridge, replied: “Yes, I believe she did, yes.”

Questioned if Terry ever gave her money to keep quiet over the allegations, Perroncel said: “No, absolutely not. I didn’t take a penny from him, I didn’t take a penny from the press, I don’t think I took a penny from anyone.”

Asked if she felt guilty about the fall-out of the alleged affair – which saw Terry stripped of his captaincy and Bridge step down from the England World Cup Team – Pe

rroncel said: “I felt like it was getting out of hand, more than guilty. Because like I said, there was never any malicious intention in what I ever did.”

Quizzed on whether it would be lovely getting back with Wayne, Perroncel said: “It would be lovely, but you know, Wayne might not feel that way. Whether we get back together or not, you know, crazier things have happened.”

Watch Vanessa Perroncel’s full interview today on GMTV. 6.00am-9.25am.



Monday, 9 August 2010, 6:00AM – 9:25AM on ITV1

Monday – Thursday from 9 August on ITV1

Celebrity chef Ainsley Harriott is cooking up a barbecue storm in GMTV’s sizzling new food series, BBQ with a View.

For two weeks Ainsley will share mouth-watering barbecue recipes from stunning locations across the UK. From Cornwall to Yorkshire, the Causeway Coast to Guernsey, Ainsley’s culinary journey takes him across the whole country to barbecue the best in local produce.

Ainsley will be on foot to explore the beautiful locations and hear great food stories from the locals, as well as putting together everything you need for the prefect summer barbecue.

Singer and actress Bernie Nolan spoke to GMTV this morning in her first UK television interview since shaving off her hair following chemotherapy treatment.

Describing her hairless head as “a new look”, Bernie – who was diagnosed with breast cancer in April – said she shaved off her blonde locks as a way of taking charge of disease:

“The thing is, my hair was falling out anyway and it was all tufts here and tufts there, and it looked worse. I looked like somebody who was really ill – ha! – which I don’t consider myself. And I just thought ‘Get rid of it,’ I’m in charge of this disease, not the disease in charge of me. And I thought I’m taking my hair off, so that’s what I did.”

The star went on to urge women to get themselves checked out for the disease, and admitted her chemotherapy treatment is ‘brutal’.

She said: “No it is brutal, absolutely brutal. And I’ve still got two treatments left, but it’s all good news. As I was saying, the tumours have shrunk to minuteness, if that’s a word? And it is tough, you know. And there’s hundreds and hundreds of women out there who are in the same position as me – they’ve shaved their heads, they’ve been through the chemo – I realise that. But the reason I’m being so vocal about it is not for my own benefit, but there’s somebody sitting there now at home or lying in bed thinking, ‘I really should go for a mammogram’, and they’re hesitating. Please don’t, just go! They don’t hurt, they take minutes and you’ll know one way or the other. And the sooner the better, that’s the whole point.”

She continued: “Obviously there’s nothing worse than when somebody says to you ‘You’ve got cancer’ – that ‘C’ word. But the other good thing, when they say ‘But we’ve caught it early’, that was the best news of all, ‘It’s aggressive but we’ve caught it early’. If I had left it any later, who knows? … I’ve got two more chemos and then a mastectomy, so by Christmas it will all be over.”

Bernie also spoke of her joy after learning she was not a carrier of the disease: “The whole genetic thing was my biggest worry to be honest with you, because it’s all about the kids isn’t it? But we don’t have to worry now, no more than anybody else has to worry. But obviously I’ll be very vigilant about testing and all that in the future for her. But yeah, that was the best news of all.”

Talking about the impact chemotherapy has on her femininity, Bernie said: “To be perfectly honest with everybody, when it comes to that point, for women particularly, your hair is your femininity. And for me it was a big part of who I am actually, my hair, more than my breasts to be honest with you, I’m not really a booby woman. But it had to be done, and you have to be strong. And, I mean, it’s a new look, it’s not one I would choose, but I feel great. It grows back and it’s quite liberating.”

She continued: “The thing is, we’ve got a dog, so our dog goes into the back of our car because he malts. But now I’m malting all over the front of the car. My husband wasn’t pleased so I thought, ‘Look, get rid of it!’. That’s true, hair everywhere, It’s annoying. And now it’s just great – jump in the shower, jump out, no hair to mess with.”



Monday, 2 August 2010, 6:00AM – 9:25AM on ITV1

Here are the GMTV guests Monday 2 to Friday 6 August.

Monday 2 August:

Emma Bunton guest presents GMTV with Lorraine.

R&B singer Ne-Yo performs his brand new single ‘Beautiful Monster’.

Brit Award-winning singer Ellie Goulding talks to Emma Bunton and performs her new single, ‘The Writer’.

Tuesday 3 August:

English actress Shelley Conn talks about starring in the new series of Mistresses.

Actress Sue Holdness, famed for playing Marlene Boyce in the British sitcom Only Fools and Horses, talks about her battle to beat alopecia.

Wednesday 4 August:

Girl group, The Saturdays, perform their new single, ‘Missing You’

TV presenter Myleene Klass reveals all about the new series of ’10 Years’ Younger’

Thursday 5 August:

John Barrowman talks about his prime-time TV series, ‘Tonight’s The Night’.

Friday 6 August

Chart-topping rap star Tinchy Stryder performs his new single, ‘In My System’.

Ben Shepherd

Ben Shepherd has got to be laughing now.  After resigning from GMTV due to the new appointment of Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley, Shepherd is reportedly looking at signing a £495,000 deal to front live football for Sky Sports.

According to reports, Sky will divide this season’s upcoming matches between Shepherd and current presenter Richard Keys.

An insider says, “whatever way you look at it, it’s a huge coup to get Ben Shephard onto the channel, and Sky will want value for money and to promote him wherever possible.  He was one of the most-known faces on ITV broadcasting to millions of people every week. Many viewers may feel that Ben is ideal to take over from Richard when he decides to step down.”

Shepherd is believed to have impressed bosses with his knowledge of football and rugby in particular and as a frequent participator of Soccer Aid, it must be his dream role.

Shepherd’s last GMTV show will air this Friday.


Monday, 26 July 2010, 6:00AM – 9:25AM on ITV1

Here are the GMTV guests Monday 26 to Friday 30 July.

Monday 26 July:

Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz chat to Kate Garraway about their new film, ‘Knight and Day’.

Claire Sweeney is live from Vigo, Spain for the cookery competition, ‘Chefs at Sea’.

Bollywood and Slumdog Millionaire star Anil Kapoor talks to Fiona Phillips about his new film ‘Aisha’.

EastEnders’ Don Gilet gives his final interview as Lucas before leaving the Square on Tuesday night.

Tuesday 27 July:

Emma Crosby catches with Tom Jones in the recording studio to chat about his new album, ‘Praise and Blame’.

Claire Sweeney is live from Lisbon, Portugal for the cookery competition, ‘Chefs at Sea’.

Wednesday 28 July:

A Team stars Bradley Cooper and Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson talk about their new summer blockbuster movie.

Actor Alfred Molina chats to Fiona Phillips about his new Disney film, ‘The Sorcerer’s Apprentice.’

Claire Sweeney is joined by Rosemary Shrager in ‘Chefs at Sea’.

Thursday 29 July:

Emmadale’s Lyndon Ogbourne joins Richard Arnold in Talking Telly.

Katie Melua is in the studio for a chat and performance of her new single ‘Happy’

Claire Sweeney is live from La Rochelle, France for the cookery competition, Chefs at Sea.

Friday 30 July:

Bindi Irwin, daughter of Steve, talks from Australia about her role in the new film, ‘Free Willy: Escape From Pirate’s Cove.’

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