Seeing as Graham Norton has the night owing to Eurovision, this week's show will be hosted by none other than Jack Whitehall.
The show might be missing Norton, but it's not missing the starpower. Gwendoline Christie, fresh from the final episode of 'Game of Thrones', is on the couch to talk about well, 'Game of Thrones'. Seems obvious, right? Luke Evans will also be on the couch promoting 'Murder Mystery', the upcoming Netflix comedy starring Jennifer Aniston and Gemma Arterton.
#tbt to spending last summer with these two incredible women in Italy and Montréal while shooting #MurderMystery . Tune into Jack Whitehall show...hold up!! Scratch that!! The @thegrahamnortonshow #jenniferaniston #gemmaarterton @jackwhitehall movie out June 12th!!! On @netflix pic.twitter.com/7fE8yG0uTn
— Luke Evans (@TheRealLukevans) May 17, 2019
Former England striker Peter Crouch is also on the couch - hey, Crouch, couch! - as is David Walliams, who's out busy promoting his latest book, 'World's Worst Teachers', and generally making Jack Whitehall feel uncomfortable. Look at this tweet from Walliams. That guy looks uneasy.
— David Walliams (@davidwalliams) May 16, 2019
As for music, Sam Fender is on with new music ahead of the release of his debut album, 'Hypersonic Missiles', which goes on release in August.
I look so young and handsome in this pic!!! Xx https://t.co/3C7UGUVI5X
— graham norton (@grahnort) May 17, 2019