Who's on The Graham Norton Show tonight?

FRIDAY nights wouldn't be the same without our weekly dose of The Graham Norton Show.

Every week the Irish presenter entertains a whole host of star-studded guests on his famous red sofa.

Who's on The Graham Norton Show this week?

The Graham Norton Show airs weekly on Friday nights at 10.35pm on BBC One.

You can catch up on past episodes on iPlayer.

A brand new episode, airing on Friday, December 17,2021, will see more A-list celebrities joining Graham for a catch up.

Here's who will be on the famous red sofa this week:

Stanley Tucci

Devil Wears Prada star Stanley Tucci is on the sofa tonight.

The Hollywood star will be chatting about his new film.

Stanley is also well known for the Hunger Games franchise.

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Joan Collins

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Tonight's glamour is brought to you by 88-year-old actress Joan Collins.

The national treasure will chat to Graham about seven decades in showbusiness.

Joan is the older sister of the late best-selling novelist Jackie Collins, who passed away in 2015 following a battle with breast cancer.

The same year Joan was made Dame by the Queen for her charitable services.

Jamie Oliver

Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without a helping of Jamie Oliver.

The TV chef shot to fame in the 90s as the naked chef and has been in demand ever since.

Over the years he has accumulated a fortune through cook books, TV shows and restaurants.

He is also dad to five children.

Romesh Ranganathan

Comedian Romesh Ranganathan also joins Graham tonight.

The TV star originally worked as a maths teacher before pursuing a career as a performer.

Despite eventually finding status as a comedian, he was relatively successful as a freestyle rapper, and once succeeded in reaching the finals of freestyle competition.

Joy Crookes

Tonight's music is provided by rising star Joy Crookes.

The singer was nominated for the Rising Star Brit Award and also featured on the BBC Sound of 2020 list.

She will perform her new single, When You Were Mine.

Who else has been on The Graham Norton Show in series 29?

Episode 1:

  • Daniel Craig
  • Lea Seydoux
  • Lashana Lynch
  • Rami Malek
  • Music from Ed Sheeran

Episode 2:

  • Dave Grohl
  • Kadeena Cox
  • Sophie Ellis-Bextor
  • Greg Davies
  • Music from Jack Savoretti

Episode 3:

  • Jodie Comer
  • Andie MacDowell
  • Billy Porter
  • Daisy Haggard
  • Music from Texas

Episode 4:

  • Billy Connolly
  • Jodie Whittaker
  • Tom Daley
  • Dame Eileen Atkins
  • Sir Lenny Henry
  • Music from Coldplay

Episode 5:

  • Eddie Redmayne
  • Stephen Merchant
  • Motsi Mabuse
  • Ian McKellen
  • Jessie Buckley
  • Music from Elton John

Episode 6:

  • Salma Hayek
  • President Barack Obama
  • Bruce Springsteen
  • Tinie Tempah
  • Jamie Dornan
  • Dame Judi Dench
  • Music from Jesy Nelson

Episode 7:

  • Miriam Margolyes
  • Stephen Fry
  • Paul Rudd
  • Halle Berry
  • Ron Howard
  • Music from Gregory Porter

Episode 8:

  • Lady Gaga
  • Adam Driver
  • Josh Gad
  • Nadiya Hussain
  • Music from Rod Stewart

Episode 9:

  • Will Smith
  • Richard Osman
  • Lin-Manuel Miranda
  • Chris and Rosie Ramsey
  • Music from Yola

Episode 10

  • Tom Holland
  • Zendaya
  • Henry Cavill
  • Gugu Mbatha-Raw
  • Music from Little Mix

Episode 11:

  • Keanu Reeves
  • Olivia Colman
  • Jack Whitehall
  • Cynthia Erivo
  • Music from Rag 'n' Bone Man

Who is Graham Norton?

Graham shot to fame as an actor on 90s sitcom Father Ted.

After that he launched his career as a TV host and has won five Bafta TV Awards for The Graham Norton Show.

He also has his own show on Virgin Radio and is the commentator for the Eurovision Song Contest.

Graham has a staggering wealth of £24million.

When did The Graham Norton Show start?

The show kicked off back in 2007.

When The Graham Norton Show first started it was on BBC Two.

After proving to be a huge hit, the series was then moved to BBC One in 2009.

Can I apply to be in the audience?

Applications to be on the programme are dealt with through SRO audiences and the form can be found here.

Tickets are limited so you'll have to act fast and you are only allowed four tickets maximum.

Booking always opens a few weeks before the show kicks off and going on the show is free.

Once you register, you will have to pick a date and make a formal application.

You must be 18 years or over to appear in the show's studio audience.

To be in the red chair and tell your hilarious story to celebrities, you can email [email protected]

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