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We’ll certainly be staying in tonight, no thanks to Storm Lorenzo. ‘It’s a night for the fire’ is a phrase everyone will be muttering and we honestly can’t wait to snuggle up on the sofa and watch telly for the foreseeable future.

Luckily, tonight’s Graham Norton Show lineup is one of the best so far. 

Bridget Jones herself will make an appearance. That’s right, legendary actress Renee Zellweger joins Graham to talk about her role as Judy Garland in Judy.

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Documentary maker Louis Theroux will discuss his memoir Gotta Get Theroux This: My Life and Strange Times In Television.

Lenny Henry also joins Graham to chat about his own memoir Who Am I Again?

80s icon and popstar Andrew Ridgeley completes tonight’s lineup. Andrew will open about his life and work with George Michael as he promotes new book Wham! George & Me.

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Elbow will perform their new song White Noise, White Heat.

The Graham Norton Show airs at 10.35pm on BBC1.



With Obama and Biden setting the bar high for bromances, last week Ashton Kutcher and John McCain followed suit with their love for each other.

But now, there's two new guys in town that are literally gushing over each other on social media.

It all started when the king of documentaries, Louis Theroux tweeted a picture of an interview with Stormzy, where he was wearing a t-shirt with Louis' face on it.

Louis wrote: "So honoured to see this! Great interview too."

When the grime artist saw Mr Theroux's tweet, he responded and said, "thanks Louis you are a true legend (sic) I respect you HIGHLY! Thank you."

But, it was actually a few days earlier when the Twitter exchanges began. Louis tweeted a picture of him and director John Dower at the NME Awards, to which Stormzy wrote to him and said, "you are the GOAT."

Don't worry, he didn't mean Louis is like a farm animal, but rather the Greatest Of All Time.

These guys… 



When it comes to documentary-makers, Louis Theroux is, undoubtedly, up there with the greatest.

From his in-depth analysis of a sex-offenders institution in the United States to his commentary on Ultra Zionists in the West Bank, the British filmmaker has an uncanny knack for ingratiating himself with his subjects – a skill which ultimately provides viewers with a clearer understanding of the matter at hand.

It is, perhaps, this skill which perfectly placed Louis to explore the teachings behind one of the world's most controversial religions, Scientology, in his latest project  My Scientology Movie.

Unfortunately for Irish movie-goers, however, we won't be afforded the opportunity to catch the highly-anticipated feature flick due to Ireland's blasphemy laws and Defamation Act of 2009 which states than any "publication or utterance of blasphemous matter" against any religion is an offence and carries a fine of €25,000.

Taking to Twitter to confirm the reports, Graham Spurling, owner of Movies@Dundrum, Movies@Swords, Movies@Gorey and SGC Dungarvan, tweeted his thoughts.

The film is set for release in the UK on October 14h.