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Fri 16 Jul, 2010
By Sam Bristowe

Yes, Graham will be the face of Friday nights from October. He’s over the moon

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Graham Norton is rumoured to be replacing Jonathan Ross as he airs his final show this evening on the BBC prior to his move to ITV.

The openly gay chat show host and presenter is said to be over the moon with his new prime time slot, which he will be taking over from October.

Ross recorded is final episode this week as he gave an emotional filled goodbye to his viewers and previous guests. On the show will be Mickey Rourke, Jackie Chan and David Beckham, which will be aired tonight at 10.35pm on BBC1.

A source reportedly told The Sun newspaper that Graham Norton is pleased with the move: "Yes, Graham will be the face of Friday nights from October. He’s over the moon."

It is believed he will keep the same premise that he currently has on his show now, which is aired on Monday’s, but will move it to the prime positions on Friday: "The show won’t be called Friday Night With, it will be very similar to the Graham Norton Show on Monday nights.

"But moving it to a plum spot on Fridays will see him pull in more A-list names."
Ross as been with the BBC for nearly a decade, but due to a disagreement over money with the private network he has made the decision to move to rival ITV.


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