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Who is on The Jonathan Ross Show tonight? Saturday's line up & music guest

The Jonathan Ross Show 2021 next episode celebrities and guests tonight

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The Jonathan Ross Show is back tonight for a brand new episode on ITV - who's on the line up and what time is it on?

As always, Jonathan will be joined in the studio by a number of big stars from the worlds of music, film, sport, comedy and more.

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Plus, Jonathan will welcome more of the hottest musical acts, performing their latest tracks live in the studio.

So who's on the show tonight, Saturday, 29 May?

The Jonathan Ross Show - tonight's line up

For tonight's The Jonathan Ross Show, Jonathan is joined by presenter Jeremy Clarkson, Britain's Got Talent judge Alesha Dixon, actor Steve Coogan, and actresses Emma Thompson and Emma Stone.

Plus, Niall Horan and Anne-Marie chat and perform together in the studio.

On the show, Niall Horan chats One Direction and whether they’ll reunite, whether he’s godfather to any of the band’s babies, touring and more.

Anne-Marie spills on nearly dying in music video with Niall, how they came to collaborate and why she’s only discovered tomatoes in the last three years.

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Dame Emma Thompson talks about playing evil characters, writing Prince William a fan letter, a unique gift from Arnold Schwarzenegger and how she bonded with co-star Emma Stone.

Emma Stone chats about Cruella, fondling a sponge for intimate scenes, whether she’ll work with Ryan Gosling again and shredding her vocal cords.

Jeremy Clarkson talks about his Gwyneth-inspired candle, being attacked by a bee and life on his farm, plus why he’s not crashed since the 70s.

Steve Coogan discusses Partridge as his ‘Trojan Horse’, impersonations and his more serious roles.

And Alesha Dixon speaks about founding her own wellbeing brand, homeschooling and lockdown systems.

Watch The Jonathan Ross Show on TV and online

The Jonathan Ross Show airs tonight, 29 May 2021 at 9:30PM on ITV.

If you can't catch it live on TV, you can watch live online or catch up on ITV Hub.

Meanwhile, subject to government guidelines, tickets to be in the audience are available online from SRO Audiences.

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The show usually films on Wednesday nights at Television Centre, White City, London.

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