Will Smith returns to the scene of two great triumphs: that time he spontaneously did the rap from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, and that time he spontaneously did it again. What could rack up 30 million YouTube hits now? The star is on the sofa alongside Margot Robbie, so for at least some of the programme he'll have to sit still and discuss their new movie, the heist-romance Focus. They're joined by Hugh Jackman, who recently confessed that his years in Hollywood meant he had to re-learn Australian dialect for his latest film, Chappie.
Completing the line-up is Noel Gallagher. He's a fantastic chat-show guest, so let's hope he's not there solely to sing a song from his upcoming Chasing Yesterday LP.Jack Seale, Radio Times, 27th February 2015
Gerard Butler has made some stinkers in his time (The Bounty Hunter, Phantom of the Opera and The Ugly Truth to name a few), but one role he did do rather well in was the muscle-bound comic adaptation 300. This makes his casting as Coriolanus's fearsome nemesis, Aufidius, in Ralph Fiennes's upcoming brutal film version of Shakespeare's play seem rather apt. Butler joins Graham Norton along with Doctor Who star Karen Gillan and Noel Gallagher - who also performs his new single.Catherine Gee, The Telegraph, 5th January 2012
Jonathan Ross' new ITV series opened to mixed reviews eight weeks ago, but with the help of the likes of Lady Gaga and David Walliams, the veteran chat show host has proved entertaining enough to keep us interested since then. For the final show in the series, Ross welcomes Noel Gallagher, Miranda Hart and Michael Sheen onto his sofa in an episode that is guaranteed to leave us wanting more.Rachel Tarley, Metro, 22nd October 2011
ITV chiefs could be nervously gnawing their fingernails tonight as Noel Gallagher takes a seat on Wossy's sofa. The outspoken rocker was practically a fixture on Russell Brand's Radio 2 show before Sachsgate, so let's hope his presence doesn't inspire Ross to descend to that puerile level again. This series has seen him back to near his best, gently ribbing guests and eliciting decent stories. Also on the sofa will be Michael Sheen and Miranda Hart.David Crawford, Radio Times, 22nd October 2011
The final show in the garrulous host's debut series of chat for the channel. It's a promising all-British cast tonight, led by comedienne Miranda Hart, talking about her hit sitcom and new book, a guide to growing up entitled Is It Just Me? She's joined by the acclaimed actor Michael Sheen (Frost/Nixon, The Deal), who is about to play Hamlet at London's Young Vic. Completing the line-up is the entertainingly outspoken Noel Gallagher, discussing life since he quit Oasis and performing his latest single.Michael Hogan, The Telegraph, 21st October 2011