The newest episode of season 30 will see the Irish star be joined by a bunch of A-listers.

With such a cracking line-up of stars joining Graham Norton tonight, as usual, we don't know where to start.

First up, legendary actress and Oscar nominee Michelle Yeoh will be chatting to Graham about her film 'Everything Everywhere All At Once'. Having received her first Academy Award nomination after a career of 40 years, Yeoh's nomination for her role in the googly-eyed multiverse drama is the one people are rallying behind, and we're sure to get a good story or two out of her as well.

Also on the couch is 'Elvis' star Austin Butler, who is also nominated for an Academy Award for his starring role in Baz Luhrmann’s film. Will he still be doing the accent? Probably, but he only has to do it for another month so can blame him.

Joining them is Scottish actor Jack Lowden, who you may recognise from 'Dunkirk' and 'Mary, Queen of Scots' (and from being Saoirse Ronan's fella), who is promoting his new TV series 'The Gold', based on the 1983 Brink’s-Mat robbery dubbed "crime of the century" where £26 million of gold, diamonds and cash was stolen and most of the gold never recovered.

Finally, dancer Ashley Banjo of Diversity fame will be talking about the dance group's latest tour, 'Supernova'.

Rounding out the lineup is this week's musical guest, the Brit-nominated Mimi Webb. Webb will be chatting to Graham after performing her new single 'Red Flags'.

You can expect all of this as well as plenty more intrepid members of the audience attempting to recount an anecdote from the dreaded red chair before having their lives flash before their eyes at the pull of a lever.

Catch all of this on 'The Graham Norton Show' tonight at 10.40 pm on BBC One.