Jonathan Ross comes to ITV1 for an all-new chat show with a dazzling array of celebrity guests.
Joining Jonathan Ross for a brand new series are Elizabeth McGovern and Michelle Dockery, ahead of the hotly anticipated Downton Abbey movie, as well as beloved national treasure Stephen Fry, home-grown music icon Craig David, star of Sherlock, The Hobbit and A Confession Martin Freeman, and two multi-platinum selling, multi-award winning artists, Charli XCX and Christine and The Queens, who perform together in the studio.
The host is joined in the studio for a chat by another group of celebrity guests. Dropping by this week are Sean Bean, Brassic star Michelle Keegan, comedian Rose Matafeo, and Liam Gallagher, who will also be performing live.
Jonathan is joined by style icon and lead singer of Queen Adam Lambert, Scary Spice herself – the irrepressible Mel B, one of Britain’s sharpest wits, comedian Russell Howard and award-winning actress Emily Mortimer.
Plus, worldwide chart-topping singer Ava Max will be performing in the studio.
The host is joined in the studio by EastEnders' Danny Dyer, boy band McFly, comedian, actor and writer Roisin Conaty, and comic and chat show host Mo Gilligan. Plus, Irish singer-songwriter Dermot Kennedy will be performing live.
The host is joined by renowned chef Gordon Ramsay, Team GB sprinter Dina Asher-Smith and stand-up comedian Rob Beckett. Plus, multi-platinum-selling Irish group The Script perform live in the studio.
Jonathan is joined by music icon Iggy Pop, star of the hotly anticipated new Breaking Bad movie El Camino, Aaron Paul, comedian Jack Whitehall and Radio 1 DJ Maya Jama. Plus, BRIT Award-winning Sam Fender performs a track from his number one album.
The host is joined in the studio by Strictly Come Dancing judges Shirley Ballas, Craig Revel Horwood and Motsi Mabuse, as well as former One Direction star-turned solo singer Liam Payne, comedian Nish Kumar, Queer Eye presenter Jonathan Van Ness and Brit award-winning Scottish singer-songwriter Tom Walker.
The host's guests this week are broadcasting icon Trevor McDonald, footballer Peter Crouch, model Jourdan Dunn and award-winning comedian Aisling Bea. Plus, singers John Newman and Nina Nesbitt will be performing together in the studio.
The host's guests this week are The X Factor: Celebrity judges Nicole Scherzinger and Louis Walsh, along with stand-up comedian Tom Allen. Plus, Tiesto and Mabel will be performing together in the studio.
The host is joined by another group of celebrity guests, including comedian John Bishop, who is currently on a UK tour, The Great British Bake Off's Paul Hollywood, rising stand-up Suzi Ruffell, and Naomi Ackie, soon to be seen in the next Star Wars movie. Plus, Halsey performs in the studio.
The host is joined in the studio by comedian, author and Britain's Got Talent judge David Walliams and Edward Norton, who has recently directed his second movie, crime drama Motherless Brooklyn. Also dropping in are the stars of the new Charlie's Angels movie, Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska, and Robbie Williams, who will be performing live.
Jonathan is joined by guests including The Grand Tour and Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? presenter Jeremy Clarkson, BAFTA-nominated actor Samson Kayo, two-time Oscar winner Glenda Jackson and This Morning and Dancing on Ice presenter Holly Willoughby. Plus, Stereophonics will be performing in the studio.
The host is joined on the sofa by Cats stars Rebel Wilson and Jason Derulo, promoting the big-screen version of the famous Andrew Lloyd Webber musical. World Cup-winning England cricketer Jofra Archer, magician Penn Jillette, and comedian Katherine Ryan also drop by, and there is music by Keane.
The host welcomes another batch of celebrity guests to his famous green room for a special Christmas edition of the talk show. He is joined by David Tennant, whose demonic role in Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman's Good Omens will be coming to BBC in the new year, as well as singers Rita Ora and Jamie Cullum, former X Factor judge Sharon Osbourne, Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two presenter Rylan Clark-Neal, award-winning Hollywood star David Oyelowo and comedian Bec Hill.