McIntyre now gets his very own chat show
Michael McIntyre, the British stand-up comedian is all set to take a facilitative look to comedy when he plays host to 6 forty five minute chat show episodes for BBC. Michael, who is one of the top ticket sellers on live scene, would include fresh contest to a format which is dominated by the likes of Alan Carr, Jonathan Ross and Graham Norton.
The thirty seven years old Brit comedian told that from his first conversation he remember thinking that this must be televised. Now the British Broadcasting Corporation has made his dream a reality. He is overwhelmingly excited regarding meeting as well as having fun with his favorite celebrated people on Michael McIntyre Chat Show.
Meanwhile, the BBC One Controller Charlotte Moore added that Michael McIntyre is one of the leading comedians in the country and he is thrilled he would bring his own unique flavor to a brand new chat show for BBC One. The London born stand-up artist, who was earlier reported to be the highest grossing comedian in the world in the year 2012, has already hosted his own show called Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow. It has featured in 3 episodes of Live at The Apollo as well as has judged on Britain’s Got Talent.
His three DVDs – Showtime, Hello Wembley and Live and Laughing have sold a combined total of more than 3 million units in the United Kingdom along making him one of the most sought after names in the country.