The Graham Norton Show announces Amy Adams, Hugh Grant and more Hollywood stars as guests

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Photo credit: Jason LaVeris / Contributor - Getty Images
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The Graham Norton Show has confirmed that Amy Adams is set to appear as a guest on an upcoming episode of the BBC One chat show.

On Friday, November 20, the Hollywood star will join the titular host to talk about her upcoming Netflix drama Hillbilly Elegy, in which she stars opposite Gabriel Besso, Bo Hopkins, Freida Pinto, Haley Bennett and Glenn Close.

Photo credit: Jason LaVeris / Contributor - Getty Images
Photo credit: Jason LaVeris / Contributor - Getty Images

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While celebrities aren't able to share the show's iconic bright red sofa during the recording due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, they do tend to still share the stage.

Adams' instalment will be no exception either, as the episode will see the star joined by The Undoing's Hugh Grant, TV cook and food writer Nigella Lawson and Soul's Tina Fey and Jamie Foxx.

Elsewhere, Dua Lipa will perform one of her most popular recent singles, 'Levitating'.

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Directed by Ron Howard (A Beautiful Mind) and based on the 2016 memoir by JD Vance, Hillbilly Elegy explores what the American Dream really means through the lives and relationships of three generations of the same Appalachian family.

Before Adams joins Norton for an evening of socially distanced chin-wagging though, the late night programme will see a whole bunch of famous faces drop by to plug their work, with this week's guests including Kylie Minogue, Strictly Come Dancing's Nicola Adams and The Crown stars Emma Corrin and Josh O'Connor.

The Graham Norton Show continues this Friday (November 6) at 10.45pm on BBC One. Hillbilly Elegy lands on Netflix on November 24.

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