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Tuesday, August 18, 2009


Lady GaGa and Hugh Jackman guest star on popular BBC Entertainment show.

Pop music’s latest singing sensation Lady GaGa joins Jonathan Ross this Friday (August 21) on The Jonathan Ross Show, airing exclusively on BBC Entertainment.

She says success won't change her: "I choose to ignore all of that, I don't care [about all those things]... the thing that raises you to the top is the thing that shoots you in the face." And she used to freak out her parents: "My father thought I'd lost my mind, it was a bit difficult for them... but they're very cool, now they're proud of me."

Also on tonight's show, Hollywood actor Hugh Jackman talks about the perils of filming Wolverine: "We did it all [own stunts], Liev Schreiber took me out a few times. I stabbed a stunt double – but I didn't faint!"

Television actor Martin Clunes (Men Behaving Badly, Doc Martin) talks about the press: "They laugh at your jokes then they go away and say 'he's got a face like a murderer'. He says he didn't think he'd be successful: "I got someone else's life; I had periods when I thought acting was stupid."

The Jonathan Ross Show is on BBC Entertainment (channel 120 on DStv) every Friday at 21h00 CAT.