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Series 4 - Episode 2
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Jamie Foxx would win this week’s star trophy cabinet face-off hands down. He’s got the Grammy success, the Oscar, Bafta and Golden Globe (for Ray Charles biopic Ray), and he’s got experience presenting an eponymous satellite radio channel called The Foxxhole.
Jerry Hall is more decorative. But for British audiences, getting kicked out of Strictly Come Dancing early holds a fascination which is almost equal to Foxx’s lead role in new Tarantino movie Django Unchained. It won’t come as news to Micky Flanagan that he’s the lesser-known link in the chain, but every chat show needs a comedian to hold it together.
Jonathan chats to Jamie Foxx, the Oscar and Grammy-winning singer and actor, who talks about his starring role in new Quentin Tarantino thriller Django Unchained. Singer-songwriter Paloma Faith and cockney funnyman Micky Flanagan are also on the show, and there's a performance by Biffy Clyro.
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