Matt LeBlanc sings Joey’s songs on Graham Norton Show

Well, he still got it. We are talking about FRIENDS star Matt LeBlanc, who, on 1st May, stopped by The Graham Norton Show and proved that he could still make Joey Tribbiani very proud. The Friends star, now 47, was questioned by the shows host Graham Norton regarding his ten year tenure on the beloved program, where he famously played the role of Joey along with Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer and Matthew Perry. The British television personality specifically named one of wishful actor Joey’s more questionable projects, a musical pepped up by Sigmund Freud.

On the show, Matt LeBlanc explained that he believes that it was right in the very starting of the first season, like episode 4, or something — it was called ‘Freud!’. He added that his character played the role of Freud himself in the musical and still he recalled the primary song from the play.

Matt went on to perform the mentioned tune, putting on an accent to sing regarding Freud’s theories. The veteran star recalled every word, grinning as he sang.

After being actuated by Graham, now 52, Matt was reminded of an episode from the 5th season of Friends, where his character finds a person who has a hand which appears exactly like his own. He said that he recalled the plotline. He added, “I meet a guy, not me, Joey… meets a guy in the casino who’s his exact hand double, and he thinks he has struck it rich now. ‘NASA’s gonna want to talk to us, this is big.'”

BBC host Graham Norton speaks about his relationship taste

Well he has just drawn-out his multi-million pound deal with BBC and his new book is all set to hit the selves. However, today, the popular talk show host stated that he has actually a paid a heavy price for his success at home. While Britain’s most popular television chat show host is the go-to presenter for top live gigs as well as late-night hilarity, Graham has struggled a lot to find lasting love.

According to reports, the TV show host said that it is difficult for him to find love – because he is after a male partner. Speaking to a leading UK based tabloid, Norton told that he has a theory. He believes that there is something about having a male partner that makes it a lot tougher difficult. Read more »

Graham Norton Picks up Irish Book Award

Graham Norton, the Cork-born television host made a light-hearted proposition at Irish Book Awards, which was held at “Bord Gas Energy Theater”.

After the show, the BBC presenter shared a message on Twitter. He mentioned that it was an amazing night in Dublin and it was wonderful to meet all the lovely people. Norton was the attraction of the ceremony. For his autobiography, titled “The Life and Loves of a He Devil”, Norton was awarded the non-fiction prize. When the BBC presenter accepted the award, he himself suggested hosting “Immigrant of the Year Award”.

As Graham Norton accepted the award, people applauded loudly. The audience appreciated Norton’s proposition as the reference created a touching response from the audience. Brian O’Driscoll also attended the Book Awards. He received the accolade for his sport book. The former Irish rugby player honored his wife Amy who had then given birth to a baby.

Graham Norton has been a regular face on BBC. In 2005, he started hosting a reality TV series called “Strictly Dance Fever” and a comedy chat show called “Graham Norton’s Bigger Picture”. He had also presented 3 popular series on BBC One including “Any Dream Will Do” (2007); “I’d Do Anything” (2008); and the talent series called “Over the Rainbow” (2010). Norton took over the breakfast show of Chris Evans in May 2010.

He also replaced the Saturday morning slot of Jonathan Ross on BBC-Radio 2. BBC America started showing “Would You Rather…? With Graham Norton” from December 2011.