With Covid-19 still in full swing, Series 28 of The Graham Norton Show is a little different. Instead of sitting on the signature red settee in a line, the guests now have a socially distanced chat with the host and some even come on the show virtually. Plus, the audience has now gone virtual - but nearly every area of our lives has had to change and adapt for the pandemic. One thing is still the same, though: Graham continues to impress with his suit choices.
The guests on the fourteenth episode of the show were Carey Mulligan discussing Promising Young Woman. The footballing legend, Ian Wright, talking about his podcast, 'Ian Wright's Everyday People.' How I Met Your Mother's Neil Patrick Harris, who joined the show virtually, but, sadly, it was his first time on the show and couldn't be there in person talking about Russel T Davies' It's a Sin. Camille Cottin also joined, starring in Netflix's new Call My Agent. And McMafia and Little Women actor James Norton came to chat about Nowhere Special. The musical guest was Celeste.
Graham wore a coordinated purple check suit with thin, notched lapels. He wore a purple button-up shirt and accessorised with a stylish watch and bronze-brown tie.
James Norton opted for an interesting denim suit with large white buttons down the front and smaller white buttons on the cuffs. He wore a plain navy t-shirt underneath.
In this clip, Camille Cottin is talking about when she was on a hidden camera show and climbed up the gates of Kensington Palace, but at the beginning, you can see James' ensemble!
Ian Wright looked smart in grey wool trousers and a navy button-up shirt, combined with a navy cardigan for a sleek look that compliments his glasses. His navy suede shoes finished off the look.
In this clip, Ian talks about the diet his coach, Arsene Wenger, put him on and how he was talked out of drinking illicit tea by a fellow footballer, Dennis Bergkamp, with whom he shared a room in training.
Neil Patrick Harris
Neil Patrick Harris looked as if he was standing in an elaborately decorated attic room which his outfit complemented perfectly. He wore a cream button-up shirt with a thin notched lapelled waistcoat in brown with a satin lining.
In this clip, Neil discusses when he was on Broadway performing in Hedwig and the Angry Inch and how he kissed Graham in the audience during the performance.
Which look was your favourite?
Despite the mix-up in format, the show is still as fun as ever and the guests still dress to impress. Which outfit was your favourite? Of course, both of the women dressed up in stunning dresses too with Carey in a black puffed sleeve dress with an asymmetrical neckline and Camille in a white lace dress.
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