One random comedian, eight random questions; it's the ultimate test of funny person and fate.
This week's louche character is Graham de la Cruz, who we've been introduced to by the actor and comedian Adam Rhys-Davies, in order to lob aside the metaphorical bushel and let his light shine free.
"For those of you who don't know me my name is Graham de la Cruz," says Graham de la Cruz. "I am Ireland's number one undiscovered cabaret superstar, always to be found in sequins and belting out a show tune."
Which can be awkward in libraries, minute's silences, smaller branches of Waitrose. But this week Graham is in his natural home: the stage! In Southwark, on Friday.
"The Graham Show: Extra Graham is an entertainment extravaganza featuring lots of me!" he explains. "Packed full of sass, stories and a few surprises. The show was meant be on at Vault festival but was part of the week where shows were cancelled due to COVID. I'm thrilled to be performing for ONE NIGHT ONLY at Southwark Playhouse as part of SWK Fest."
It's a happening alright. Graham de la Cruz, your Random 8 await.
What's the worst job you've ever had?
I once worked as a dog grooming assistant for an afternoon. They let me go when they saw that I had given a Shih Tzu what I thought was a wonderful set of highlights and lowlights, and the classic Rachel do. I thought she looked wonderful. The owners were not best pleased.
Who is - or was - your most interesting relative?
My great uncle Dennis once met Su Pollard and for that reason I will always be jealous but in awe of him.
What's your favourite word?
Sass. There can never be too much sass. We all need to be sassier.
Which film would you love to have been in - and which part?
Burlesque. I'd have played Ali Rose 100 times better than Aguilera. Plus mine and Cher's chemistry would've been off the charts!
What's the greatest invention, ever?
Fake bake tanning mousse. I'm naturally pale and interesting so I love to give myself a golden glow, to match my aura.
Which place you've visited was the biggest anti-climax?
Primark on Tottenham Court Road. What a miserable place. I was in there for three hours and I only needed a pair of invisible socks.
What's the best advice you've ever received?
If people are jealous of you it's because they aren't you. And I get a lot of jealousy aimed at me. And I can see why. I've learnt to rise above it and to continue being my fabulous self.
Who are you most envious of?
Cher. Who isn't? And if you're not, you're lying.