Series 18, Episode 20 - Frankie Boyle, Katherine Heigl, Diddy
Diddy talks candidly about his private life (he has six children with three different partners): "Opportunity wasn't knocking at my door for marriage. I'm going to be more cautious in future. I'm not going to have any more kids until I get married."
Diddy also chats about how he wanted to be an athlete, but injury forced a career change. "Originally, I wanted to be a footballer ... music was my way to get over being depressed."
He tells Jonathan how poverty made him ambitious: "Being hungry, you learn to make money to eat. My father was a street hustler, that's why he was killed when I was younger ... I didn't want to follow in those footsteps."
He also explains why he's turned down action hero movies: "I got offered a lot of clichéd roles - I wanted to go more the independent route."
Diddy talks about the fact he only takes off two weeks a year: "I work hard and I play hard - I love to have a good time."
Actress Katherine Heigl confesses to Jonathan that she didn't live with her husband before marriage: "The first three to six months were pretty rough. I think it's hard to get used to the idea that person's going to be there all the time. I was clinging to my independence a little bit."
Katherine also admits that she was love-struck by her Killers co-stars: "Ashton Kutcher has a great body ... I got really blushy - I was actually fluttering my eyelashes a lot!" Referring to co-star Tom Selleck, she says: "I was remembering my crush on him from Friends."
She jokes how annoyed she was that Ashton appearing topless stole the limelight: "I have my shirt off in this movie, too - nobody mentions that!"
Comedian Frankie Boyle admits to Jonathan that he hates talent shows: "I find the whole thing of people getting fascinated by talent shows depressing."
Frankie reveals that he's leaving stand-up: "It's a bit unhealthy, looking for the approval of strangers ... but I've got family - I'd like to spend some time with them."
Frankie also tells Jonathan that he thought he was having a heart attack at a recent recording of Mock The Week, although it was a false alarm: "Turned out I had a 'torn man boob'. It was about as humiliating as it could possibly have been."
He also confirms he is writing his first sitcom.
Diddy performed Hello Good Morning.
- Friday 11th June 2010
- BBC One
- 60 minutes
Cast & crew
|Jonathan Ross||Host / Presenter|
|David Roper (as Four Poofs and a Piano)||Band|
|David Wickenden (as Four Poofs and a Piano)||Band|
|Ian Parkin (as Four Poofs and a Piano)||Band|
|Stephen de Martin (as Four Poofs and a Piano)||Band|
|Sean Combs (as Diddy)||Guest|
|Suzi Aplin||Executive Producer|
|Addison Cresswell||Executive Producer|
|Mirella Breda||Executive Producer|