Dolly Parton, wine and Ireland … All in Graham's new book

Dolly Parton, wine and Ireland … All in Graham's new book

Graham Norton has tweeted about finishing his new memoir “The Life and Love Of A He Devil”.

We cannot wait!

The book is the chat show host's second autobiography following “So Me” which was released in 2005 to raving reviews.

"It's been 10 years since I last put finger-tip to keyboard. A lot has happened to me since then but being a decade older it strikes me that what makes a life interesting is less what happens to you, but more what drives and inspires you. A life of loves ... Dolly Parton and dogs to wine and Ireland” he said.

"When I say this is the most personal thing I've ever written, don't worry – it also contains stories about mystery objects found in dog poo and celebrity actress farts." the Corkman also added.

Looks like fans are as excited as we are!

The comedian has also released UK tour dates to promote the book, we wonder if he’ll pop over for a visit?

'Go on, go on, go on, go on, go on….'

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