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On December 20, Walters, Hart and actor Idris Elba will appear. Elba will promote his current role as Nelson Mandela in biopic The Long Walk to Freedom. Tinie Tempah will also appear as a musical guest.
There will also be comedy from Frank Skinner and music from Michael Bublé. »
So there may be something funny about a soggy bottom after all. Great British Bake Off presenters Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc have been nominated for best female TV comic at this year's British Comedy awards.
Perkins and Giedroyc, whose BBC2 show is switching to BBC1 next year after the 2013 final attracted more than 8 million viewers, are jointly nominated, facing competition in the category from Miranda Hart, Nina Conti and Sarah Millican.
Australian comedian Adam Hills has »
- Jason Deans
• How the king or queen of comedy is crowned
The nominations for this year's British comedy awards have been announced, joining last week's king or queen of comedy shortlist, which is the only category voted for by the public. The ceremony will take place on 12 December in London and will be broadcast live on Channel 4.
Best TV comedy actor
David Mitchell, Peep Show
Best TV comedy actress
Best male TV comic
David Mitchell, Would I Lie To You
Jon Richardson, 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown
Lee Mack, »
Hills is in the running for Best Comedy Breakthrough Artist and Best Comedy Entertainment Personality, while The Last Leg is in contention to be named Best Comedy Entertainment Programme.
Best New Comedy Programme will see competition from Count Arthur Strong, »
London, Dec 1: Sharon Osbourne has revealed that her vaginoplasty had been the most painful cosmetic procedure for her.
The 'X Factor' judge was asked if she thought it was worth it, to which she replied that her husband thinks so, but said that it's back to the way God wanted it to be. (Ani) »
- Amith Ostwal
Sharon Osbourne has been very open about her multiple plastic surgery procedures. When asked on The Graham Norton Show on Friday about the work she's had done, she admitted she's had "a lot." But when British TV host Norton asked her which one hurt the most, he got an answer he wasn't expecting. "Having my vagina tightened," the 61-year-old admitted. "It was just excruciating." When fellow guest Colin Farrell, who was sitting next to the mother of three, asked what it entailed, Osbourne hugged him and said, "I'll show you later." The Talk cohost also discussed her 31-year marriage to Ozzy Osbourne, »
- K.C. Blumm
"The Graham Norton Show," a British talk show, welcomed Colin Farrell, Sharon Osbourne and Arcade Fire on Friday (Nov. 29) and Osbourne had one rather interesting anecdote to share about the plastic surgery she's had done. Host Norton asks her what the most painful procedure was and she says:
"Having my vagina tightened. It was the worst. It was just excruciating," says Osbourne, promising to later show Farrell what that entailed.
She also talks about her tumultuous relationship with husband Ozzy Osbourne, including his recent relapse with drugs and alcohol.
"He relapsed, it was the combination of the drugs and the drink. ... I moved out," says Osbourne. "It was down to him and he did what he was supposed to do which is work a 12-step program and stay clean and sober and that's what he does. ... He stopped because he realized what he was going to lose. Not just me, »
Sharon Osbourne has revealed that she has undergone vaginoplasty, a plastic surgery which tightens the vagina.
The 61-year-old TV star and music promoter made the revelations on an episode of The Graham Norton Show due to air later tonight (November 29).
After acknowledging that she had undergone multiple surgeries in recent years, Norton asked the X Factor panellist which of her cosmetic procedures had hurt the most.
"Having my vagina tightened," she replied. "It was the worst.
"Oh, it was just excruciating," she added as fellow guest Colin Farrell asked what the surgery entailed.
Osbourne then pulled Farrell close and quipped: "I'll show you later."
Osbourne also spoke about her biggest regrets in life, and husband Ozzy's drugs and drink relapse last July.
The Graham Norton Show airs at 10.35pm tonight on BBC One. »
Speaking on the chatshow, Sharon says: "We are fine now. When you've known someone 40 years, a lot happens. It all fell apart when he relapsed.
"It was the combination of drugs and drink and it was like, 'No, not again,' so I moved out. We are back together and it is all down to him, he is on the 12 Steps and he is clean and sober. He stopped because he knows what he was going to lose, not just me but everything. He says we're like bread and butter. We fit together so perfectly.
"We are a team »
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Doctors Ten and Eleven received the Graham Norton treatment last night on a star-studded sofa. Accompanying Smith and Tennant were Emma Thompson, geek-chic comedian Jimmy Carr and singer Robbie Williams. Fans were treated to a glimpse of Tennant’s latest Shakespeare-inspired hairstyle – it’s, umm… a bit girly. And speaking of girls, according to Digital Spy,
- James Lomond
London, November 23: Robbie Williams has admitted that he has got hair transplant done.
The former Take That star said on an interview on The Graham Norton Show, that he simply got bored one day and decided to go for the transplant, the Daily Express reported.
Williams said that he has had a thatch done when he didn't even need it, and that was because he had three months off and got bored.
He added that he just got some at the sides and front done. (Ani) »
- Smith Cox
The Graham Norton Show: 10.35pm, BBC One
So far this series, Graham Norton has had some massive names on the sofa with him, and tonight's episode is no exception.
Joining him for a chat will be Emma Thompson, who will be talking about her new film Saving Mr Banks, as well as comedian Jimmy Carr. Meanwhile Doctor Who fans can get excited at not one but two Time Lords talking to Graham in the form of Matt Smith and David Tennant.
Tonight's edition of the Marvel series continues on from Thor: The Dark World, as the team are required to clean up after the events of the film.
After uncovering a plot to piece together an Asgardian Berserker Staff they enlist the help of Dr Elliot Randolph (Peter MacNicol), who helps them get to Ireland and Spain as part of their mission. »
The Hollywood star has been linked to the role of the Doctor by the tabloids in the past, but during an appearance on The Graham Norton Show, the actress revealed that she had never been seriously approached by the programme.
"I would have said yes," she told Norton. "I'd have loved to have played Doctor Who."
She also suggested: "Maybe women need their own kind of new time travelling person?"
The Graham Norton Show airs at 10.35pm tonight (November 22).
Digital Spy embarks on a journey of discovery to mark 50 years of Doctor Who »
The 10th and 11th Doctor, who both star in the 50th, spoke about expectations that they would feud on set and joked about the differing appearances of their characters' sonic screwdrivers.
"His is bigger than mine and it has a bit that comes out of the end and lights up," joked Tennant, when the subject of the gadgets was brought up.
Meanwhile, Smith joked that certain etiquette had to be observed on set. "There was a bit of that, particularly in my Tardis. I asked David if he would like to fly it. You want to be gracious," he said.
Speaking about their friendship, Tennant said: "It could have been weird and I think people expected us to be feuding. It was quite odd but it ended up being good fun. »
The lineup for the December 6 edition of the chat show will feature the duo together on Norton's sofa.
Cliff Richard is the musical guest and will be interviewed as well.
The Graham Norton Show airs on Friday nights at 10.35pm on BBC One.
It’s the milestone 50th year for the iconic British television show Doctor Who, and to celebrate there will be a special episode broadcast Saturday 23rd November on television and cinema screens worldwide in order to mark the occasion. The episode will unite both the tenth and eleventh doctors played by David Tennant and Matt Smith for a feature length adventure that will both honour the past, and look forward to the future.
Now Doctor Who has well and truly taken over our television screens this past week, to the extent that you can’t take a look anywhere on the TV guide without seeing something who-related in the days leading up the big one this Saturday. To celebrate and make the wait a little bit easier, here are the top 5 things I’m hoping for in the monumental episode The Day Of The Doctor on 23rd November.
5. Banter between »
- Ben Read
Now this is an article all about how
The Fresh Prince turned our lives upside down
Now if you’d like to take a minute and just sit right there
I’ll tell you all about the top moments in Bel Air.
Sorry. But points for trying, surely?
In May this year, Will Smith delighted audiences yet again with a Fresh Prince reunion on The Graham Norton Show. The 18,488,325 views (and counting) on YouTube proves that The Fresh Prince Of Bel Air really was a much treasured and loved show for many, even 17 years after the show aired its last episode. Not many television shows can say that about themselves. I’m not claiming that The Fresh Prince was the perfect show (what is?) but what it certainly is a little nostalgic pop culture gem from 80′s and 90′s that we all remember fondly and look back upon with a smile. »
- Barry Marshall
Brand recently caused controversy when appearing as a guest host on BBC One's Have I Got News for You.
Conservative MP Anna Soubry made a complaint to the corporation over a quip Brand read from an autocue about Prince Harry, joking about the royal family member using drugs. Instead of apologising, »
The channel's highest rated primetime show outside of soaps was Have I Got News For You. Hosted by Alexander Armstrong with guest panelists Godfrey Bloom and Victoria Coren, the 9pm broadcast brought in 4.63m viewers (21.1%). Citizen Khan attracted 2.31m straight afterwards (10.8%).
ITV's highest-rated show outside of soaps was The Nation's Favourite Elvis Song at 9pm (4.39m, 20.7%). A further 217k (1.29%) watched the show on +1.
The good news? If you’re planning on traveling during Thanksgiving week, you won’t be missing any of the amazing Doctor Who programming that BBC America has announced for the 50th anniversary, including several new specials. The bad news? You’re going to need to take an extra week of vacation the week before Thanksgiving, in order to watch it all. Or maybe you feel some illness coming on?
We’ll have all of this on the SciFiMafia.com calendar, but here it all is in one convenient place, along with descriptions of everything. Also included is a confirmation of the Dw:datd simulcast time: 2:50pm Eastern, November 23.
If you’re new to Doctor Who, Now Is The Time to join us. BBC America has included an excellent catch-up summary of the entire show, under “About Doctor Who” in the press release below, so you’ll be ready. You won’t really know, »
- Erin Willard
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