Graham Norton has reportedly signed another three year contract with the BBC, just one day after receiving the Special Recognition gong at the National Television Awards.
The popular chat show host is set to stay with the station until at least 2020, after getting an extension on his current £2.6 million-a-year agreement.
This new contract will see the popular author continue to host his hit comedy chat show which is set to have a special 90’s twist this week.
The presenter will also still host his weekly Radio 2 show and the Eurovision.
Graham told The Sun “We’ve just done a deal for another three years, which right now feels like a long time.”
The Graham Norton Show attracts A-listers on a weekly basis.
The popular host admits that he struggles to name his dream guest as he’s already bagged most since the show aired for the first time on BBC Two back in February 2007.
“My go-to answer used to be Madonna but then we got her. We’ve never had Brad Pitt, so let’s name him and see if that comes true,” he added.