Alan Carr: Chatty Man
About the Show
Alan Carr's chat show, packed with celebrity guests, topical showbiz news and highlights from the world of telly and the web
Series 1 Summary
Alan Carr hosts his entertainment chat show, packed with celebrity guests, showbiz news and offbeat highlights from the world of telly and the web.
Each week, Alan is joined on the sofa by three celebrity guests, with a top musical act playing out at the end of the show.
Alan chats in his own inimitable style with legendary entertainer Bruce Forsyth, US actress Heather Graham talks to Alan about her latest movie, and TV presenter Ross Kemp tells Alan how he got from Walford to Afghanistan. The Pet Shop Boys play out the end of the show with their single Did You See Me Coming?
Alan talks in his own inimitable style with Samuel L Jackson about his life and career, and also discusses Ivana Trump's extraordinary life with her. Plus, Katy Perry drops by for a chat and a performance of her single, Waking Up in Vegas.
US chat show king Jerry Springer and tennis legend Martina Navratilova drop in for a chat. The brilliant Black Eyed Peas also sit down for a gossip with Alan before performing their single, I Got A Feeling.
Alan is joined by BAFTA award-winner and top funny lady Dawn French, everyone's favourite estate agents Kirstie Allsop and Phil Spencer, David Walliams, and music from La Roux who'll be performing her single, Bullet Proof.
Alan is joined by global music star and fashion icon Kanye West. Kanye is joined on the sofa by his UK protégé Mr Hudson, who will also be performing (with Kanye) his single, Supernova. Other guests include Fern Britton and Sarah Harding (from Girls Aloud) who'll be chatting to Alan about her TV drama acting role.
Alan is joined on the sofa by Jonathan Ross, Hollywood legend Mickey Rourke and Denise Van Outen. X Factor finalists JLS performing their single, Beat Again.
Alan is joined by actor Rupert Everett, presenter of C4's documentary The Scandalous Adventures of Lord Byron. Queen of the East End Barbara Windsor also pops in for a chat, as does comedian Kevin Bishop and The Enemy, who perform their single Be Somebody.
Alan is joined by Aussie cricket legend Shane Warne, actress Patsy Kensit and fashion guru Gok Wan. Calvin Harris also drops by to perform his single, Ready for the Weekend.
Peter Andre and Frank Skinner drop in for a chat and Natalie Imbruglia talks to Alan about her new album 'Come Alive'. Music is provided by The Noisettes who perform their single, Wild Young Hearts.
Alan is joined by Jack Dee, 'Britain's Got Talent' judge Amanda Holden who gives Alan the low-down on working in America; Alan Dale and Pixie Lott who will be performing her single Boys and Girls.
Alan Carr: Chatty Man synopsis
Alan Carr's chat show, packed with celebrity guests, topical showbiz news and highlights from the world of telly and the webEpisode Guide >
Alan is joined by comedian and actor Jack Whitehall, who discusses the return of his sitcom Bad Education, while music is from Kasabian who perform their…