Tom Hardy and Demi Lovato join Alan Carr as Chatty Man returns to Channel 4.
BAFTA award-winner and 2015 NTA winning chat show host, comedy favourite Alan Carr will be back on our screens for a new series of Alan Carr Chatty Man from Friday 11th September at 10PM.
Taking to the sofa for the first episode of the 15th series, Alan will be kicking things off in truly epic Chatty man style as he’s joined by actor Tom Hardy. Tom will be talking about his latest movie 'Legend' where he plays both lead roles - the infamous Kray twin brothers, Reggie and Ronnie Kray. Also musician and actress Demi Lovato will be chatting to Alan as well as performing her latest single ‘Cool For The Summer’ live in the studio. (one more guest tbc).
Back and bigger than ever before, Alan Carr: Chatty Man returns to Friday nights with 16 episodes, including a Christmas special, with a series that promises nothing but the most exclusive gossip, scandalous going’s on and outrageous shenanigans as Alan steers us through world of celebrity once again.
From the man who posed nude for Lady Gaga, shook it off with Taylor Swift and gave Kim Kardashian- West a run for her money when he tried to break the internet, Alan will be joined by a fabulous showbiz line-up of international and home-grown stars from the worlds of music, film, TV and sport.
Alan's impressive guest list over the past 13 series includes: Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Ricky Gervais, Taylor Swift, Russell Brand, Drew Barrymore, Rita Ora, One Direction, Katy Perry, Kate Hudson, Cameron Diaz, Jamie Foxx, Justin Timberlake, Stephen Fry, Jennifer Lopez, Kylie Minogue and many, many more.
Alan will once again embrace his specs as the New Year Specstacular returns on New Year's Eve with even more festive frolicking’s to see us into 2016.
Alan is currently touring his brand new stand-up show 'Yap, Yap, Yap!' around the UK, playing over 150 dates throughout 2015. A DVD of the live show is set for release by Universal Pictures (UK) in November 2015. For details visit - www.alancarr.net.
Alan Carr: Chatty Man is an Open Mike Production for Channel 4 commissioned by Sarah Lazenby. Series Producer is Jon Holman and executive producer for Open Mike Productions is Andrew Beint.