A mix of music, comedy and celebrity chat hosted by fast-witted comic Jonathan Ross.
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Stephen de Martin ...
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A mix of music, comedy and celebrity chat hosted by fast-witted comic Jonathan Ross.

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There's No Business Like Showbusiness
Written by Irving Berlin
Performed by 4 Poofs & A Piano
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Great Show
1 December 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I live in Canada and well TV channels are full of US programming(because for some reason Canadians don't know how to create entertaining shows). And well we watch US talk shows but I happened to catch a clip of Jonathan Ross' show on Youtube and I was pleasantly surprised how good and funny his show is. It is really refreshing from all these other talk shows, the main difference is that Jonathan Ross is actually funny and doesn't overact or over-react on every situation like talk show hosts do here. So it is very refreshing for me and I hope I can find a cable channel here in Canada that broadcasts his shows so I would subscribe as soon as possible.

All in all a great show, very entertaining and funny.


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