Graham Norton confirms star-studded guests for New Year's Eve show

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The Graham Norton Show has confirmed its guests for the upcoming New Year's Eve episode and it is set to be a star-studded lineup.

Oscar winner Emma Stone will join her co-star Mark Ruffalo to promote their new film Poor Things, which is set to be a major awards contender this year.

They'll be joined by Strictly Come Dancing host Claudia Winkleman, who is returning to host a new series of the hit show The Traitors. Celebrity chef Nadiya Hussain will also be on the sofa to promote her new book Nadiya's Simple Spices.

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But that's not all. British comedy legend Rob Brydon will join the show to promote his new tour A Night of Songs and Laughter. Music will be provided by one of 2023's breakout bands, Ezra Collective, who will be performing their song 'Victory Dance'.

There will, of course, also be a collection of end-of-the-year stories from people in the Big Red Chair.

These A-list names will be just the latest in a long line of all-star celebrities to feature on The Graham Norton Show. Recently, Julia Roberts and Tom Hanks appeared on Norton's sofa while Doctor Who himself, Ncuti Gatwa, will appear on the upcoming December 15 episode.

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Gatwa will be joined by The Crown's Imelda Staunton, who is to promote the final season of the hit Netflix show, which has been criticised over its portrayal of Diana, Princess of Wales.

Gatwa will be featuring ahead of his Doctor Who debut, which will follow three Doctor Who specials starring David Tennant and Catherine Tate. The 2024 Doctor Who Christmas special is also on its way, with Derry Girls' Nicola Coughlan featuring as a guest star.

The Graham Norton Show airs Friday nights at around 10.40pm on BBC One.

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