November is proving quite the good month for chatshow line-ups. Not only did The Jonathan Ross Show feature the Spice Girls and Kylie Minogue last week, but The Graham Norton Show is lining up a star-studded episode too.
The November 30 show is going to feature an Oscar-nominated actor, a Marvel Cinematic Universe star and two national treasures, one of whom once held the record for most number one singles by a UK female artist.
That Oscar-nominated actor is Steve Carell, who is most known for comedies like Anchorman and The Office. He’s starring in a new drama called Welcome to Marwen, in which he plays an assault victim who constructs a miniature World War II village to help in his recovery.
Black Panther star Michael B Jordan will be talking about the upcoming Creed sequel, which is coming out in the UK on the same day.
And the two national treasures are none other than Dawn French, who is making her pantomime debut at the London Palladium in Snow White as the Wicked Queen, and Cheryl.
The former Girls Aloud star will be having a good-old chinwag, and she’ll be performing her new single ‘Love Made Me Do It’, which was co-written with former bandmate Nicola Roberts, GA’s songwriter extraordinaire Miranda Cooper and Natasha Bedingfield.
The Graham Norton Show airs Friday nights on BBC One.
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