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There won’t be any fireworks displays in central London or Edinburgh this new year, but the BBC still hopes to get the country excited before midnight The festivities begin with this showcase of entertainment hosted by the comedian and always TV presenter. charismatic Paddy McGuinness
While details are scarce ahead of the show, the Beeb described the countdown party as “an hour-long live extravaganza of fun, music, games and surprises.”
Everything these surprises entail has yet to be revealed, but expect a good variety of special guest interviews, musical performances, and light nonsense as we look back to 2020.
And to cap off a year where many of us have taken online foreclosure quizzes, the Big New Year will rightly feature a past 12 month quiz that the whole nation can take part in.
ADAM Hills, Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker say goodbye – and good riddance – to 2020 with a two-hour extravaganza The Bafta-Winning trio will be joined by a host of celebrity guests, including Tom Allen, Lorraine Kelly, James Acaster and Judi Love, in a spectacular satirical show looking back and mocking the past year
Alex will attempt to do as many Paralympic sports as possible in the studio, while house group Alex Horne and Chapter Horne provide the musical entertainment as the team gives 2021 a euphoric welcome
GRAHAM Norton continues BBC One’s countdown to 2021 with a group of guests
Tom Hanks talks about his new Western News of the World, while Jamie Dornan and Emily Blunt discuss their new romantic drama Wild Mountain Plus, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall gives advice on healthy eating and Nish Kumar looks back on 2020
Finally, from New York, Jessica Chastain gives an update on her new psychological thriller Mothers ’Instinct in which she stars alongside Anne Hathaway And Sophie Ellis-Bextor provides the music
It wouldn’t be Hogmanay without Jools’ annual shindig He creates his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra for performances by Michael Kiwanuka, Celeste, Sir Tom Jones, Roisin Murphy, Rick Wakeman, Ruby Turner, Rag’n’Bone Man and the Pipes and Drums of the First Battalion Scots Guards
There are also archive footage of memorable moments from previous years, including performances by Ella Eyre, Madness and Aloe Blacc.
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