GRAHAM Norton is back for his gratifying show featuring A-list celebs and low-pitched performances.
Here’s all you need to know about the famous faces joining the Irish Irish funnyman for a discuss tonight…
When is the Graham Norton Show on?
The Graham Norton Show front on BBC One on Friday, Dec 22 at 10.35pm.
It goes up against The Joy Of The Bee Gees on BBC Two, Bridget Jones Diary on ITV and The Inbetweeners 2 on Channel 4.
If you skip the programme, it will be accessible for locate up on the BBC iPlayer shortly after broadcast.
Who is appearing on the Graham Norton Show this week?
Hollywood luminary Will Smith is appearing on the show to speak about his latest film Bright which is expelled worldwide on Netflix on Dec 22.
Smith stars in the anticipation movement crime film as a Los Angeles Police Officer who teams up with a rookie cop in a universe of human and fabulous creatures.
Will Smith married Jada Pinkett on Dec 31 1997 in front of around 100 guest nearby her hometown in Baltimore.
They are the relatives of two children – Jaden and Willow Smith, who are both successful in their own right.
42-year-old Jamie Trevor Oliver was innate on May 27, 1975, and is a luminary cook and restaurateur.
His parents, Trevor and Sally ran a pub in Essex (and still do) and gave immature Jamie a passion for food.
Jamie left school at 16 to go and study at Westminster Catering College and finished up operative at the River Cafe in London.
He first came to open courtesy when he was featured in a documentary about the grill that was aired in 1997, and Jamie’s glamour came opposite on-screen – he was offering his own show and the rest is history.
Jamie and his wife Jools are childhood sweethearts and met flourishing up in Essex.
They marry in 2000, and now have 5 children, Petal Blossom, seven, Poppy Honey, 15, Daisy Boo, 14, Buddy Bear, seven, as good as River Rocket, 1.
Jools sent fans furious after pity a series of snaps of the plush Grade II home in Hampstead that she shares with Jamie and their children on Instagram.
Jenna, 31, was innate on Apr 27, 1986.
She grew in Blackpool and was a member of the entertainment company Yer Space while at school.
While auditioning for play schools, Coleman landed the partial of Jasmine Thomas in Emmerdale in 2005.
She was nominated for countless awards at the British Soap Awards and the National Television Awards during her time at the soap.
Jenna left the dales to play “hard girl” Lindsay James in Waterloo Road.
In 2011, she done her underline film entrance in Captain America: The First Avenger and in Mar 2012 it was announced that she would be the messenger of the Eleventh Doctor – Matt Smith.
She left the BBC series to take on the role of Victoria in the new ITV drama.
Also on the show is ex-Keane frontman Tom Chaplin, 38, who performs Midnight Mass from his manuscript Twelve Tales of Christmas.
He’s a singer-songwriter best famous for providing the lead vocals for Keane.
The son of a conduct teacher, Tom was innate in Hastings, where he played acoustic guitar in a rope called The Lotus Eaters – which after changed its name to Keane.
After the name change, Tom switched from being a guitarist to lead vocalist, dabbling with an organ and piano on occasional tracks.
Now, after Keane announced they were holding a break, Tom has incited his courtesy to solo projects – releasing his entrance solo album, The Wave, in Oct 2016 and his first Christmas manuscript in Nov 2017.
What is Graham Norton’s Big Red Chair?
Graham Norton’s Big Red Chair is a special shred on the Graham Norton that allows members of the open air their many tremble secrets – to the whole row of celebs.
If the story is deemed a good one, then they’re allowed to leave but any serve embarrassment.
However, if they aren’t tender with the story told or get wearied median through, then one of the row can lift a push handed to them – and the chair flips back and sends the assembly member flying.
The moment has turn a favourite for guest and viewers alike, with some A-listers getting quite trigger happy at the fun of seeing someone get literally dumped from the show.