For Episode 8 of Series 30 of The Graham Norton Show, Graham welcomed former James Bond actor Daniel Craig to promote his latest film Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery. Strictly Come Dancing contestant, Fleur East appeared. Graham greeted Mastermind presenter Clive Myrie. Acting legend Ian McKellen and comedian John Bishop also came on the show to discuss Mother Goose, which they appear in together, and Charlie Puth performed his new single, Loser. Let's take a look at some of the outfits from this week's show.
This week, Graham chose his usual slim-fitting single-breasted suit in a blue and orange plaid pattern. The jacket had classic notch lapels and padded shoulders for a more tailored and angular look. He combined the suit with a classic collar light blue shirt and a patterned orange silk tie to enhance the orange in his suit's pattern and the pocket square in his jacket. Although containing his usual mix of interesting colours and patterns, the outfit was more muted than on other shows.
Daniel Craig is an English actor most recognised for playing James Bond in five films of the series. He has appeared in many other movies, including Elizabeth, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, Road to Perdition, Layer Cake, The Golden Compass, Cowboys & Aliens, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and Knives Out. He is married to fellow actor Rachel Weisz.
On the show, Daniel lived up to his James Bond alter ego by looking dapper and polished in a greige wide peak lapel double-breasted suit with tortoiseshell buttons. He paired it with a blue classic collar shirt and a complimentary dark grey tie, and a silvery pocket square.
In this clip, Daniel shares a story about not being recognised when his dresser pretended to be James Bond!
British journalist, newsreader and presenter Clive Myrie is known for hosting the long-running BBC quiz shows Mastermind and Celebrity Mastermind. He won the Bayeux-Calvados Award for war correspondents for reporting about ethnic violence in Borneo. He has also received three honorary doctorates from the universities of Staffordshire, Sussex and Bolton.
During his interview, Clive combined a black turtle-neck jumper with a dark blue classic notch lapel slim-fitting single-breasted suit.
This clip shows Clive talking about how he came to be in Ukraine just hours before the war started.
Sir Ian McKellen is an English actor. He has been acting for over sixty years and is regarded as a cultural icon. He was knighted in 1980 for services to the performing arts. A British theatre and television star, he achieved international fame for films, including Richard III, Gods and Monsters, the X-Men films, The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies. He champions LGBT social movements worldwide.
On the programme, Sir Ian matched his eccentric, humorous personality with an eclectic mix of garments. He wore a simple blue wide-notch lapel slim-fitting suit with a brown shirt left unbuttoned at the collar and a pair of black trainers with white detailing. For a pop of bright colour and interest, he donned a leopard print silk scarf.
In this clip, Sir Ian chats about his first panto with John Bishop, Mother Goose.
Which celebrity outfit was your favourite?
Which outfit was your favourite on this week's show? Did you like Graham's muted blue and orange look? Did you enjoy Daniel's dapper greige suit? Did you appreciate Clive's turtle-neck and blue suit combination? Or did you prefer Sir Ian's eclectic mix of colours and patterns?
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