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News: Graham Norton and Alan Carr Confirmed As Judges For RuPaul’s Drag Race UK

BBC Three has confirmed two of TV’s best loved presenters and personalities, Graham Norton and Alan Carr, will be joining RuPaul and Michelle Visage on the judging panel for RuPaul’s Drag Race UK.

Eight-time Bafta TV award-winner Graham Norton is no stranger to RuPaul’s Drag Race, having already appeared on RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars season two in the US as a guest judge in 2016.

Interview: Graham Norton On Eurovision

The biggest music extravaganza on the planet returns this May as the Eurovision Song Contest, one of the longest-running and most-watched non-sporting events in the world, is broadcast live from Lisbon across the BBC.

The Portuguese capital will play host to the competition for the first time in history following the country's first victory at the 2017 contest in Kyiv, with the song Amar pelos dois, performed by Salvador Sobral.


News: Graham Norton Comes Third On BBC Pay Chart

Comedian-turned-chat show host Graham Norton is the BBC's third highest paid star, according to figures released today.

In 2016/2017 Norton was paid between £850,000 and £899,999, although that doesn't actually include his BBC1 talk show as it is made through a deal with an independent production company.

Chris Evans, who was presenting Top Gear during the period, topped the chart, being paid between £2,200,000 and £2,249,999.


Classic Interview: Bafta Nominee Alan Carr

In today's Bafta nominee interview Alan Carr talks about his love of being in the limelight and the challenge of trying to get better guests than Graham Norton. The friendly rivalry with Norton continues with the Bafta TV Awards – they are both up for Best Entertainment Performance. This interview first appeared in The Times in 2010. The results are announced on May 12.



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