The talk show could no longer compete with BBC rival Graham Norton.
Alan Carr’s ‘Chatty Man’ talk show has been axed by Channel Four after 16 series.
The show has suffered from drop in ratings in recent years and has found itself struggling to compete with rival talk shows hosted by Graham Norton and Jonathan Ross.
Alan Carr's 'Chatty Man' has been axed by Channel Four
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The British supermodel made the comments in relation to discrimination in the fashion industry while on Alan Carr's 'Chatty Man' show.
Naomi Campbell has claimed that she doesn’t like the use of the word “racism” to describe discrimination she’s faced in the fashion industry from time to time, and objects to the way the term is often used.
The 45 year old British supermodel made the comments during an interview for Alan Carr’s ‘Chatty Man’ talk show on Channel 4, which was broadcast on Thursday night (April 21st). She was asked whether she faced racism at the start of her career in the ‘80s, and described it as “territorialism” from established figures in the industry.
“I never use that word ‘racism’,” she replied. “I find it a cliché word and I don’t want to use it as an excuse.”
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But were they just tired One Direction fans?
More than 100 audience members are said to have walked out of a recording of Alan Carr’s ‘Chatty Man’ earlier this week, when controversial ‘I'm A Celebrity’ contestant Lady Colin Campbell sat down for her interview. Lady C has divided public opinion since her appearance in the jungle, where she exited on Day 17.
Audience members are said to have walked out of a ‘Chatty Man’ recording which featured Lady C as a guest.
An insider told The Daily Star, "They clearly did not want to stay and listen to her. She divided opinion in the jungle and it is obvious she still annoys people now. It was very embarrassing.”
Alan Carr - A host of British television stars were photographed on the red carpet at The National Television Awards 2015 which were held at the O2 arena in London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 21st January 2015
The live advert has never been done before in the U.K
Sam Smith is having a remarkable time of it. He’s top of the charts, winner of Critics Choice award at the BRITs and was named the Sound of 2014 by the BBC. And now he’s set to break advertising history by singing live in a ground-breaking three-and-a-half minute ad break during Alan Carr: Chatty Man on Channel 4 at around 10.45pm on Friday 30 May.
Sam Smith is set to make advertising history
"It's incredible to be part of a world first. Stay with Me being broadcast live to the nation will be a very special moment for me," said Smith. Google UK's Stephen Rosenthal said: "Through Google Play Music, we're looking to shake up the way music lovers connect with the bands and tracks they love. What better way to show our ambition than lay on this world first with Sam Smith, one of the hottest acts on the planet today."
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Ant and Dec look to be taking over telly with TWO shows up for Entertainment Programme gong.
The duo won't only be up for Entertainment Presenter(s) of the year - a prize they have won for 12 years running - but they are also in with a chance of collecting gongs for two shows they have been presenting over the years. Their entertainment variety show 'Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway' will be up against jungle reality show 'I'm A Celebrity. Get Me Out Of Here!' for Entertainment Programme of the year, while both will also be competing against Keith Lemon's 'Celebrity Juice' and chat-show 'The Graham Norton Show'.
'Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway' made a comeback in February 2013 after a four-year break having ran since 2002. As for 'I'm A Celebrity.', the pair recently finished presenting their thirteenth series in which Westlife's Kian Egan was crowned King of the Jungle.
The comedy world mourns the loss of the influential manager and producer.
Addison Cresswell, an influential comedy agent and producer, who helped along the careers of noted British comedians like Jonathan Ross, Jack Dee and Michael McIntyre among others, has passed away. Cresswell was 53. His management company Off The Curb, released a statement Monday, saying that the producer had "passed away in his sleep at home".
Cresswell famously managed Jonathan Ross' 2006 deal with the BBC.
The statement said Cresswell be would be "fondly remembered as a devoted mentor, a dear friend and an unforgettable character". Cresswell reportedly had a heart attack on Monday morning, BBC News reports.
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Which of the six nominees will you vote to become King or Queen of comedy?
The nominations are in for this year's British Comedy Awards King or Queen. Out of various awards for television performances, breakthrough comedians, and entertainment personalities, one comedian will rise to be crowned the year's King or Queen of Comedy at the ceremony hosted by Jonathan Ross.
Though there are 15 categories in total, only one - the King or Queen of Comedy - is open to public voting meaning British people will choose their favourite comedian of the year. Entertainers up for one of the country's most prestigious comedy awards include Jack Whitehall, David Mitchell, Sarah Millican, Graham Norton, Lee Mack and Alan Carr.
For someone who spends more time holding out his microphone to the audience, ironically meaning the crowd do most of the leg work at his concerts, Robbie Williams can still attract the crowds. His latest show - at the 02 London - had gone down marvellously.
He was even given a Twitter boost by his pal and old band mate, Gary Barlow, who posted, "Have a great show tonight @robbiewilliams #O2london", and after the show, celebrity praise was ample, with comedian Alan Carr tweeting, "Just seen @robbiewilliams at the 02 - amazing - what a showman!! Now how can I get him on @chattyman hmmmmn!!!!" The Telegraph were perhaps the most doting, however, giving the show a 5 star review, writing, "The show was staged in the round and it felt fitting because we were seeing many sides of Williams - the self deprecating comedian making cracks about the Queen not recognising him, the Norman Wisdom impersonator and the great British pop icon."
"Tonight was triumphant," the review went onto say. "A reminder that Robbie Williams remains one of the national treasures of British pop. 'They said it was leaving me, the magic was leaving me' he had sung earlier on 'Be A Boy', adding 'I don't think so.' I don't think so either, Robbie." So it looks like Robbie's still got it!
Louis Tomlinson has described the gay rumours about him and band-mate Harry Styles as ‘really degrading’ towards his current girlfriend.
The One Direction singer initially found the suggestions funny and seemed to play up to it a lot when the cameras were around. However, since starting dating Eleanor Calder, he admits it has all become wearisome. He spoke to overtly homosexual comedian Alan Carr in a pre-recorded interview for his show ‘Alan Carr: Chatty Man’. ‘I just think it’s really degrading towards her’, he said, according to The Mirror, after being asked about the issue.
Louis and Harry have even had a ‘Brangelina’ style nickname coined for them; Larry Stylinson; which has annoyed Louis even more. He previously told MTV News that he finds it ‘hard to deal with’ since being in a relationship and said that it affected how he was with Harry in public, confessing that although they want to mess around like normal friends, they can’t because of the ensuing false reports. Earlier this month he posted a rather cryptic Tweet that could be in reference to the rumours: ‘Still months on reading ridiculous conspiracy theories. It's upsetting that I have to read them daily. Thank god for the lovely people on here’, the comment read.