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Johnny Marr to seem as contestant on ‘Would I Lie To You?’


Johnny Marr is ready to seem as a contestant on BBC One’s Would I Lie To You?, it has been introduced.

The soloist and former Smiths guitarist will function on subsequent week’s episode of the comedy panel present (Friday, February 9) alongside singer Sinitta, and comedians Jo Model and Ivo Graham.

Would I Lie To You? – which was first broadcast again in 2007 – is offered by Rob Brydon (Gavin & Stacey, The Journey), and the award-winning programme’s present staff captains are David Mitchell (Peep Present) and Lee Mack (Not Going Out).

Per an official description, the trio “encourage their company to inform the tallest of tales” to the opposing staff throughout three rounds: ‘Dwelling Truths’, ‘That is My…’ and ‘Fast-Fireplace Lies’.

Groups are awarded some extent for appropriately guessing whether or not a narrative is true or not, however their rival staff will get some extent in the event that they guess incorrectly.

You’ll be capable to watch Marr’s episode of Would I Lie To You? at 9pm GMT subsequent Friday (February 9) on BBC One or through BBC iPlayer.

The present is at present in its seventeenth season, with current company together with McFly‘s Danny Jones, comic Romesh Ranganathan and Black Mirror creator Charlie Brooker.

Different earlier contestants embody BBC Radio 1 DJ Greg James, efficiency poet John Cooper Clarke and Insanity‘ Suggs, in addition to the likes of Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Lily Allen, Girl Leshurr and Tinchy Stryder.

Final month noticed Johnny Marr announce some UK co-headlining reveals with The Charlatans for this summer season. Earlier than that, he’ll head out on his 2024 best hits tour in assist of ‘Spirit Energy: The Finest Of Johnny Marr’.

Chatting with NME concerning the compilation album final November, the musician defined: “Somebody requested me about it the opposite day and stated, ‘Look, it’s a double album filled with bangers’.

“Being an artist or songwriter you form of go, ‘What does that imply?’ On reflection, I believe a double album filled with bangers? There’s nothing unsuitable with that.”

You may watch Marr’s full video interview with NME above.



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