Who is on The Graham Norton Show tonight? Lady Gaga, Chris Evans, Michelle Dockery, Josh Gad and Michaela Coel

IT'S Friday and Graham Norton will once again be joined by our favourite stars on his hit chat show on BBC One.

The likes of Lady Gaga and Chris Evans will be chatting about their new projects, but who else will be joining Graham from their homes during lockdown?

Who is on The Graham Norton Show tonight?

The Graham Norton show hits our screens at 10.45pm on BBC One.

Graham's virtual sofa will be filled with A-list celebs once again, first with Lady Gaga who will talk about her new album Chromatica.

Then Chris Evans known for Captain America and Michelle Dockery from Downton Abbey will chat together about their new crime series, Defending Jacob.

Hollywood's Josh Gad who had a part in Frozen will share his latest animated work, Central Park.

Michaela Coel whose most known for Chewing Gum will reveal all about her new role in an upcoming BBC drama I May Destroy You.

At the end of the show Niall Horan, former One Direction, will perform his new single Black and White.

Lady Gaga

Global super star and award-winning performer Lady Gaga will be gracing the chair.

Her latest album Chromatica was released today and can be streamed now – already it has received critical praise.

It's pop-heavy but addresses heavy issues like mental health – something that Lady Gaga has always been open about.

Speaking to Zane Lowe she said: "I think that the beginning of the album really symbolizes, for me, what I would call the beginning of my journey to healing, and what I would hope would be an inspiration for people that are in need of healing through happiness, through dance.”

She reminded her fans that mental health issues are common and don't make you abnormal.

"If you’re listening to this album and you’re suffering in any type of way, just know that that suffering within itself is a sign of your humanity and you are not broken" she added.

Chris Evans

American heartthrob Chris Evans has starred in Captain America and The Avengers.

Tonight he will be talking about his latest job, Defending Jacob – a brand new crime drama series.

Chris produced the series and said it "feels like a natural step in the progression of a film career," as he told The Hollywood Reporter.

Chris stars in the series too, playing Attorney Andy Barber who helps the cops to investigate the murder – except it turns out that the finger is pointing at his son Jacob.

Michelle Dockery

Joining Chris is his co-star Michelle Dockery, who is also a part of the new series Defending Jacob.

Together they will talk about the show and most likely offer a glimpse into it with an exclusive clip.

Michelle is most known for playing Lady Mary Crawley in Downton Abbey, which she won three consecutive Emmy Awards for.

Now she'll be swapping into some modern day clothes to take on a lead role alongside Chris.

When talking about the new show she said it "asks how far you would go for your family".

Josh Gad

Josh Gad is an American actor and comedian most known for voicing the must-loved Olaf in Frozen.

The new series he'll be promoting, Central Park, is an animated story about the famous park's caretakers becoming world saviours with a focus on one family.

Speaking about his new role, Josh said: "Birdie is very different than Olaf.

"Olaf has this innocent naivety. Birdie is more of like a scatological narrator, who is not entirely a dependable narrator."

He recently joked that his daughters are harshly "somewhat over" him being a part of Frozen.

Michaela Coel

Michaela Coel came to our screens through Chewing Gun, the comic series following one woman's experiences of modern life – from dating to getting by.

She's about to comeback with a new series called I may Destroy You, which looks at how a woman is forced to renegotiate her life after being sexually assaulted at a nightclub.

Michaela wrote the script and stars as the lead role.

Speaking about the important themes the series deals with, she said: "The series is about how the personal identity we create in order to understand ourselves as beings in this world, how traumatic events may warp, contort and throw that sense of self into questioning."

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