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 7 Summary
Funnyman Alan Carr returns with the seventh series of his award-winning chat show. Viewers can expect more unashamedly addictive celeb-fuelled antics, mischievous chat and top music.
In the first show, Alan is joined by US X Factor judge and best-selling solo artist Nicole Scherzinger, who talks about her latest single, Try with Me.
Brit actors Simon Pegg and Nick Frost get comfy on the sofa to talk about their roles in the Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson movie: The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn.
Plus X Factor 2010 winner Matt Cardle chats to Alan and performs a track from his new album, Letters.
In the second show of the series, presenter Dermot O'Leary joins Alan Carr to talk about all things X Factor and reveal the second compilation album from his Radio 2 show.
Comedy actor and author David Walliams drops by to chat about his latest children's novel, Gangsta Granny, and Westlife give Alan their first studio interview since announcing their split after 14 years together.
US singer/songwriter Mary J Blige tells Alan about the latest single from her tenth studio album. Plus The Saturdays perform their new single, My Heart Takes Over.
In the third show, Chatty Man has an amazing X Factor exclusive as Alan is joined by all four show judges - Gary Barlow, Kelly Rowland, Louis Walsh and Tulisa Contostavlos.
Tinie Tempah drops by to discuss his book, Tinie Tempah: My Story So Far; broadcasting legend Terry Wogan chats about Children In Need and his new book, Wogan's Ireland.
Music is courtesty of rock group Kasabian, performing Re-Wired.
In this show Alan has a star-studded line-up of guests. The iconic Lady Gaga graces the sofa for a chat and performs her latest single, Marry the Night.
Dannii Minogue talks about motherhood and her latest book - Dannii Minogue, My Style. Top comedian Peter Kay drops in to chat about his DVD Peter Kay Live: The Tour That Didn't Tour Tour.
Alan is joined by comedy king Lee Evans who talks about his new stand up DVD, Lee Evans - Roadrunner - Live at the 02, and his best-selling autobiography, Life of Lee. Adventurer Bear Grylls pops in to chat about his autobiography - Bear Grylls Mud, Sweat and Tears.
Also top boy band One Direction chat about their debut album and perform their latest single, Gotta Be You.
In Show 6, Alan is joined by the stars of Life's Too Short, Ricky Gervais and Warwick Davis, as well as DJ Vernon Kay.
Strictly Come Dancing judges Alesha Dixon, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood drop by to talk about the competition.
Music comes from Ed Sheeran, who performs his latest single, Lego House, from his debut album.
Alan presents a treat of festive frolics plus the odd song or two as he's joined on the sofa by Ruth Jones, who talks about her new drama, Stella.
David Walliams drops in to chat about all things Christmas, and infamous twosome Jedward cause mayhem in the studio.
Music comes from the newly reformed Steps, who perform a medley of their greatest hits.
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…