Graham Norton, 58, has made quite a few humorous gags about his visitors through the years, however has now determined to go away this up to now. The host mentioned he doesn’t imagine his viewers has an “urge for food” for that humour anymore.
When requested if he regrets any of his gags about his celeb visitors, he mentioned: “It’s that factor the place you are able to do jokes about anybody till you meet them after which, in fact, they’re fairly good, enjoyable or a pleasant individual.
“And then you definitely return and the writers are going, ‘No, you met, now we can not do jokes about them any extra’.
“And I believe that form of comedy for the time being isn’t fashionable.
“That concept of roast jokes. It’s not now,” he added to the Each day Star.
He labelled himself “the assistance”, who he claims A-listers would by no means think about inviting out for a drink afterwards.
He mentioned: “We do the present after which after, on the Friday morning, I’ll see an image within the paper of all of the visitors leaving a restaurant as a result of they’ve all had dinner collectively and I am like, ‘Good day. I used to be there too’.”
The presenter added it was “fascinating” that it hadn’t crossed his visitors’ minds to ask him out, however mentioned he didn’t wish to go anyway.
As an alternative, the broadcaster is more than pleased to spend his spare time house alone and hopes to undertake a brand new canine quickly.
Graham additionally hosts his personal present on Virgin Radio following his transfer from the BBC.
In addition to this, he’s recognized for his sassy one-liners as a commentator on the Eurovision Tune Contest.
He’s mentioned to be one of many broadcaster’s highest paid broadcasters, raking in additional than £600,000 a yr.