Countdown from 40 to 21 of stars whose relationships have come under the media spotlight.
9.00 Countdown from 20 to number one. Including Amy Winehouse and Blake Fielder-Civil as well as Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin , with a humorous look at why people become obsessed with the ups and downs of the stars' romances.
Series two. Jonny refuses to speak to Janet, so Louise tries to bring about a reconciliation. Meanwhile, Donna and Gaz set some ground rules for their new flat, but they prove difficult to abide by.
11.00 Relationship troubles get out of hand for each of the Runcorn five as Janet moves in with Gaz, leaving Donna with Jonny. It falls to Louise to come up with the perfect solution to all their problems. Last in series.
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