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Friday Night with Jonathan Ross

Season 12 Episode 8

Eddie Izzard, John Barrowman, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Janice Dickinson, Regina Spektor.

Aired Friday 10:35 PM May 18, 2007 on BBC
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Eddie Izzard, John Barrowman, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Janice Dickinson, Regina Spektor.
Evita, Cats, Starlight Express - just three of the musicals written by Andrew Lloyd Webber, that I have no intention of ever going to see. John Barrowman has probably seen all of them at least 83 times. Also appearing tonight in a skirt, Janice Dickinson and possibly Eddie Izzard.moreless

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  • This episode is so unexpected everyone has to see it. Even Jonathan Ross is lost for words

    The interview with Eddie Izzard came first and that was very standard for the show. He gave a great, funny interview and revealed some interesting moments he had on the set of Ocean's 13 when he found himself on screen with Brad Pitt and George Clooney.

    The more interesting part of this episode and the bit that really grabs you is the interview with Janice Dickinson. The woman is insane, there's no other way of putting it. She didn't answer any of Jonathan's questions and talked about very revealing parts of her life without even being asked. She single handedly ruined this episode but at the same time made it hugely entertaining to watch. Her frank attitude and open insanity may be put on to promote her new show and even so she comes off as a very odd person. Jonathan Ross is at a loss for words and that is quite a feat.

    John Barrowman and Andrew Lloyd Webber come next and have a run in with Janice promting Jonathan Ross to shut the doors and run away. Their interview too is funny and gives a side of Andrew we haven't seen.

    Music from Regina Spektor is OK but nothing amazing.moreless

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