Viewers loved the hilarious segment.
The TV presenter found love with a 27-year-old member of the 'Strictly' production staff.
The actor said it happened more than 20 years ago.
The newsreader started the show wearing glasses as her eyes were swollen, but left the studio an hour into the show.
The TV presenter's nine-year-old son told her he imagines his own children will still experience racism.
The 'Good Morning Britain' presenter said she wants the England her son will grow up in to be one where everyone acknowledges racism exists.
With the divisive presenter having now left, who will ITV recruit to sit in his old seat?
Piers Morgan's ITV colleagues have addressed his departure from 'Good Morning Britain'.
The professional dancer said 'people are always going to talk about the Strictly curse'.
The pair are rumoured to have got together at the after party.
Four couples have made it through to the final on BBC One.
Find out whether your favourite couple could be lifting the glitterball trophy.
The GMB newsreader has insisted there is nothing going on between her and dance partner Giovanni Pernice.
The soap star will be hoping to impress the judges.
The 43-year-old 'GMB' newsreader admitted dancing with 30-year-old Giovanni Pernice can get very 'intimate'.
Find out who'll be bubbled up on the dancefloor this series.
The ITV breakfast show was thrown into upheaval by the arrival of the tiny rodent, which Piers Morgan agreed should be named after Boris Johnson.
The 43-year-old newsreader is a single mother to eight-year-old son Tushaan.
The Olympic gold medal winning boxer has been confirmed for Strictly's first ever same-sex pairing.
The ITV show later assured viewers that Jay Gray was 'safe and well'.
The TV presenters had a table placed between their seats to ensure they did not get too close.
The 64-year-old TV presenter made sure he went out with a bang on his last day standing in for Piers Morgan.
The longtime ITV host said she fell asleep the night before with her clothes still on and her contacts lenses in.
Viewers expecting to wake up to Good Morning Britain this morning were left confused with a rerun of Dinner Date after a fire swept ITV studios. 50 people, including the show’s famous faces, had to leave the building in central London just before 7am while emergency services rushed to the scene. Luckily, no one was injured and presenter Ben Shepherd has already taken to Twitter to reassure fans of the show that everyone is fine.