We can't believe daytime telly show This Morning is turning 30 next month.
And to mark the huge milestone, ITV have decided to create a one-off documentary which will feature a whole load of clips from over the years.
As well as original hosts Richard Madeley and Judy Finnegan taking a lead role, the 90-minute TV special is set to star Hollywood A-listers such as Kate Winslet and Hugh Jackman.
Obviously, current presenters Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield will also appear, as well as husband and wife duo Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford who present the programme on Fridays.
Plenty of other famous faces are involved too, such as Simon Cowell, Bradley Walsh, Robbie Williams and Amanda Holden – while Absolutely Fabulous’ Joanna Lumley is doing the voiceover.
The documentary – titled This Morning – 30 Unforgettable Years – promises to showcase ‘the best, the worst and the damn right ridiculous’ including a live testicle examination, TV’s first gay wedding and clips of telly chef Gino D’Acampo cooking naked after the show’s NTA win.
There will also be a load of hilarious unseen gaffes from three decades of the show’s history, as ITV’s Commissioning Editor, Nicola Lloyd teased, “It’s so easy to get lost in clip after clip of the laughs and bloopers that frequently happen on This Morning.
“I can’t wait to indulge in a full 90 mins of backstage gossip and memorable archive.”
Executive Producer, Sue Walton also added, “Generations have grown up with This Morning, and its influence cannot be underestimated – on viewers and on what we watch. It’s the perfect moment to highlight the impact of one of the country’s longest running shows”.
While we don’t know exactly when the 30th anniversary documentary will be shown just yet, This Morning first aired on October 3 1988, so we’re hoping we only have to wait a couple more weeks. Who’s excited?