JONATHAN ROSS NEWS
Tune in to ITV this Saturday (5th September) at 9:30pm as Jonathan Ross joins Through the Keyhole.
Keith Lemon presents the classic game show, and Dave Berry is joined this week by both Jonathan and Denise Van Outen.
Congratulations to Alan Carr, Jonathan Ross and Michael McIntyre for their nominations at this year's National Television Awards for Best Chat Show Host.
The result is down to the general public so your votes count! Voting is open now until the show on Wednesday 21st January, when it will be broadcast live from London's O2 arena.
Click here to vote.
ITV today confirmed the extension of the current run of The Jonathan Ross Show from ten to twenty shows, taking it through on Saturday nights until the 18th May. A further series of ten shows has been commissioned from mid-October, including a Christmas show.
Jonathan Ross is to appear as a guest team captain on ITV2’s Celebrity Juice on Thursday 12th April. Jonathan will be stepping in to cover for Fearne Cotton who is away.
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Jonathan Ross, OBE, is a stalwart of British television, soon to be returning to ITV with his brand new chat show on Saturday nights from the beginning of September.
He has presented over two hundred episodes of his iconic BBC1 chat show, Friday Night With Jonathan Ross, which won five BAFTA Awards. From 2001 to 2010, Jonathan was host of the BBC1 flagship film show. His BBC Radio 2 Saturday morning Jonathan Ross Show won four Sony Awards and ran from 1999 until 2010.
Jonathan currently hosts the BAFTA Film Awards on BBC1, and the British Comedy Awards on Channel 4. In June 2011 he presented Penn & Teller: Fool Us for ITV, and will be returning with a Christmas special of the show in December.
Other highlights in his career include hosting, on a regular basis, Comic Relief (BBC1), Channel 4’s Comedy Gala in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital, and The Royal Variety Performance (BBC1).