Who’s on The Jonathan Ross Show tonight? 2020 guests and episodes revealedThe Jonathan Ross Show today's line up, tonight's celebrities and guests (24 December)
The Jonathan Ross Show is back tonight for a 2020 Christmas special 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 and comedy.
So who’s on the show tonight, Thursday, 24 December?
The Jonathan Ross Show episodes and tonight’s line up
For The Jonathan Ross Christmas Show, Jonathan is joined by one of the country’s best loved presenters Bradley Walsh, alongside his son Barney Walsh, former Coronation Street and Our Girl star Michelle Keegan and Olympic legend Sir Mo Farah fresh from his stint on I’m A Celeb.
Plus, hugely popular comedian Kevin Bridges, the very funny Emily Atack and the chart-topping Jess Glynne, who will be performing in the studio.
Recap past episode line ups below…
Episode 1 (October 17) featured comedian and actress Katherine Ryan, one of the nation’s best-loved broadcasters Clare Balding, and the stars of the hotly anticipated horror comedy series Truth Seekers – Nick Frost and Samson Kayo. Plus, the legendary worldwide chart-topping singer Billy Ocean.
Episode 2 (October 24) welcomed comedian Russell Howard, classical singer Katherine Jenkins and actor Daniel Mays. Rapper Dizzee Rascal also chatted and performed.
Episode 3 (October 31) saw comedian Jack Whitehall, legendary photographer David Bailey and award-winning comedian Roisin Conaty. Plus, Craig David and KSI performed.
Episode 4 (November 7) featured Strictly’s Motsi Mabuse and Craig Revel Horwood, Rob Beckett and award-winning comedian Sindhu Vee, plus music from Alicia Keys.
Episode 5 (November 14) saw The Apprentice: You’re Fired and Bake Off: The Professionals host Tom Allen and national treasure Joanna Lumley. Plus, the multi award-winning Paloma Faith.
Episode 6 (November 21) welcomed UK’s king of comedy Michael McIntyre and the nation’s favourite Body Coach Joe Wicks. Plus, the world’s biggest girl group Little Mix.
Episode 7 (November 28) featured Little Britain comedian and Great British Bake Off host Matt Lucas, comedy power couple Jon Richardson and Lucy Beaumont, Dancing on Ice and Don’t Hate The Playaz star Lady Leshurr and legendary iconic artist Grayson Perry. Plus, Rock ‘n’ Roll star Liam Gallagher performed in the studio.
Episode 7 (December 5) saw Monty Python and travelogue legend Michael Palin, the Princess of Pop Kylie, plus his co-stars from the next series of smash hit The Masked Singer: Davina McCall and Mo Gilligan. Kylie performed Real Groove, from the album Disco.
Episode 8 (December 12) welcomed children’s author and Britain’s Got Talent judge David Walliams, comedian Micky Flanagan, WAP rapper and worldwide phenomenon Megan Thee Stallion and the hilarious Judi Love. Plus Robbie Williams performed.
Episode 9 (December 19) featured two-time heavyweight world champion boxer Tyson Fury, national treasure Dame Joan Collins, comedian Russell Kane, TV presenter and Don’t Hate The Playaz star Maya Jama and musician Jamie Cullum.
Watch The Jonathan Ross Show on TV and online
The Jonathan Ross Show airs tonight, 24 December at 10PM on ITV.
If you can’t catch it live on TV, you can watch live online or catch up on ITV Hub.
Meanwhile, tickets to be in the audience are available now online from SRO Audiences.
The show films on Wednesday nights at Television Centre, White City, London.
Due to current guidelines, the show will be filmed in front of a socially distanced audiences with household groups sitting together.