Jonathan Ross comes to ITV1 for an all-new chat show with a dazzling array of celebrity guests.
Joining Jonathan for a brand new series are two of Hollywood’s funniest comedians and actors Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish, former Bake Off presenter Mel Giedroyc, the hilarious Rob Beckett, Drax The Destroyer from Guardians of the Galaxy Dave Bautista and the chart-topping Jess Glynne will be performing in the studio.
Cate Blanchett and Jack Black speak about their shared love for the UK, turning 50 and Cate Blanchett speaks about fixing Prince Phillip’s DVD player. Joanna Lumley speaks about whether Absolutely Fabulous could ever make a return. Ray Winstone and Paul Whitehouse speak about meeting Prince Philip and share their interesting links to the roles they play in new film, King of Thieves. Ashley Banjo teaches the guests to Floss and explains why he’ll never be a ‘Dad Dancer’. Plus John Legend performs.
This week on The Jonathan Ross Show, the host is joined by actor and comic David Mitchell, the breakthrough athlete of 2018 and fastest woman in Britain, sprinter Dina Asher-Smith, multi-platinum selling singer and heart-throb Josh Groban and the irrepressible and unpredictable Keith Lemon. Plus, multi award-winning musician Hozier will be performing for the first time on British TV since 2015.
Jonathan Ross is joined by Brit award-winning singer Lily Allen ahead of her explosive new autobiography, plus one of the biggest breakout British actors of the moment, Riz Ahmed, star of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Venom and Four Lions. Plus actress Gemma Chan and comedian Jason Manford. Music from a man with platinum singles in over 20 countries, Jonas Blue, performing his smash hit Rise.
Jonathan talks to Great British Bake Off judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith, as well as presenter Noel Fielding, plus one of the UK's fastest rising comedians Mo Gilligan.
Jonathan Ross is joined by road-tripping restauranteurs Gordom Ramsay, Fred Sirieix and Gino D'Acampo, comedian Romesh Ranganathan and pop artist Rita Ora.
Jonathan is join by former England footballer Peter Crouch, actor and writer Michaela Coel, and comedian Joe Lycett. With music from Tom Odell.
Jonathan Ross is joined by Monty Python legend Eric Idle, five-time platinum-selling and award-winning songstress Katherine Jenkins, who'll be chatting and performing in the studio, hilarious comedian and presenter Nish Kumar, and actor Chris O'Dowd.
Jonathan Ross is joined by the man behind Mrs Brown's Boys - Brendan O'Carroll. One of the biggest boybands of all time, Boyzone perform ahead of their farewell tour and Chabuddy G, star of the BAFTA award-winning comedy series People Just Do Nothing also guests.
Jonathan is joined by Brit Award winning artist Stormzy, comedian Russell Howard, legendary musician and fashion icon Boy George, and Britain's Got Talent judge and singer Alesha Dixon. The chart-topping winner of the BBC Sound of 2018, Sigrid will be performing in the studio.
The host is joined by four of the Spice Girls - Emma Bunton, Mel B, Mel C and Geri Horner - for an exclusive interview, and comedian John Bishop, who discusses his most recent projects. Plus, Kylie Minogue, who will be performing a duet with Jack Savoretti, and world number one tennis player Novak Djokovic.
Jonathan is joined by iconic music legend Sir Cliff Richard, star of Jurassic Park, Independence Day and The Fly star Jeff Goldblum, the hilarious Katherine Ryan and former Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain. Plus, the multi-platinum-selling Snow Patrol will be performing in the studio.
Jonathan is joined by legendary icon of cinema Sir Michael Caine, the hilarious David Walliams, 19-times gold medal-winning athlete Sir Mo Farah and comedian and presenter Sue Perkins. Plus, chart-topping George Ezra will be chatting and performing in the studio.
Jonathan Ross is joined by legendary star of stage and screen Dame Joan Collins; the nation's favourite EastEnder Danny Dyer; rapper and TV personality Big Narstie; and the hilarious Kevin Bridges. Plus, Anne-Marie and James Arthur will be performing their version of The Greatest Showman song Rewrite The Stars.
The host presents a festive edition of the show. He is joined on the sofa by former X Files and The Fall star Gillian Anderson, fellow Hollywood actor Rob Lowe, 2018 Great British Bake Off winner Rahul Mandal, comedian Tom Allen and actress Sheridan Smith. Plus, there is music by John Legend and the Kingdom Choir, who were part of the celebrations during the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in May.