Here's the line-up for tonight's episode of The Graham Norton Show
It's a star-studded list of guests.
Earlier in the week, JOE gave readers a rundown of who will be appearing on The Late Late Show on Friday and now we're letting people know what guests will be on The Graham Norton Show.
The line-up includes The Crown star Claire Foy, who will be talking about her role in Women Talking, a new drama that just received a nomination for Best Picture at the Oscars and will be out in cinemas in Ireland on 10 February.
Sticking with films, legendary filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan (The Sixth Sense, Unbreakable) will be promoting his new psychological thriller Knock at the Cabin.
It stars Dave Bautista as the leader of a group of people who hold a family vacationing at a remote cabin hostage and is out in theatres on 3 February.
This Friday join @samsmith, @robbeckettcomic, @SarahMGellar, @MNightShyamalan & Claire Foy! Friday at 10:40 pm on @BBCOne #TheGNShow pic.twitter.com/9vsvaAsJVl
— Graham Norton Show (@TheGNShow) January 25, 2023
Also on the show will be Sarah Michelle Gellar who will discuss trading vampires for werewolves with her show Wolf Pack, which is out on Paramount+ right now. JOE already chatted to her co-star in the series Rodrigo Santoro, which you can watch here.
On top of this, comedian and presenter Rob Beckett will talk about his new tour Parenting Hell.
Meanwhile, in terms of music, Sam Smith will perform their single 'I'm Not Here to Make Friends', as well as chat with Norton on the red sofa.
You can watch the next episode of The Graham Norton Show on Friday, 27 January on BBC One NI at 10.40pm.
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