Graham Norton fronting outrageous new comedy from creators of Gogglebox | The Sun

GRAHAM Norton is set to front an outrageous new comedy series from the creators of Gogglebox.

The National Television Award winning presenter is is set to present LOL: Last One Laughing Ireland.

Graham, 60, will be the face of the new show which will feature 10 Irish comedic competitors as they come together in an attempt to make each other laugh.

They will attempt to use every tool in the comedy box to make their competitors laugh, but they cannot even crack a smile themselves.

It's also set to feature a string of celebrity cameos in a show that promises to make viewers laugh out loud.

The competitors who have been announced include Aisling Bea, Amy Huberman, Catherine Bohart, David McSavage, Deirdre O’Kane, Emma Doran, Jason Byrne, Martin Angolo, Paul Tylak, and Tony Cantwell.


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The LOL: Last One Laughing format is become an overnight success worldwide.

It's become the most watched title of all time on Prime Video in countries such as Italy, France, and Germany.

Other countries to have their own local edition of the series include Mexico, India, Canada with the likes of A-List actress Rebel Wilson having hosted the Australian edition of the show.

Host of the late-night talk show, The Daily Show, Trevor Noah joins the list of star names as he will take to screens for the South African edition.

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It will be produced under the Kite Entertainment banner by the likes of Gogglebox producers Darren Smith and David Noble and has been directed by Danny Tate who previously worked on The Circle.

Graham is best known for hosting his eponymous talk show since 2007 and is a five-time BAFTA winner.

He also presents on Saturdays and Sundays on Virgin Radio UK and has served as the BBC's television commentator for the Eurovision Song Contest.

The presenter also serves as a regular judge on the UK edition of RuPaul's Drag Race alongside Michelle Visage, 54, and Alan Carr, 46.

His new six-part original comedy series for Prime Video in Ireland will launch in 2024.

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