Late night in London
GRAHAM Norton topped the bill for last night’s London edition of the Late Late Show.
The star joined Ryan Tubridy for the Brexit special of the RTE chat forum, which was broadcast live from Central Hall in Westminster.
BBC presenter Norton, 55, said he struggled to get a job in London when he first moved over because he’s Irish. He added: “I worked in restaurants for a very long time and made no money at all.
“When I got here in the early 80s, it wasn’t a great time to be Irish.
“I was applying to jobs and I wasn’t getting any jobs.
“So I had this brainwave, that I’d go into restaurants and pretend to be Canadian because they had a work permit.” Norton Ryan tubridy last night also told of how he dreamed of appearing on the programme. He said: “When you’re a kid, you want to be a guest on The Late Late. I never thought I wanted to sit in that chair.”
Laura Whitmore, Angela Scanlon, Brendan O’carroll and Nigel Farage were also on last night’s show. host gets a photo with fans tubs greets Norton last night
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