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Featuring dancing, dating and audience surprises, and at the end of the night two lucky revellers will win the ultimate high-school accolade of being crowned prom king and queen. Series 16, Episode 10 Thursday Channel 4 – 11pm LAST IN THE SERIES – Guests: CLIP: Maisie Williams creates reaction GIFs with Alan CLIP: Maisie Williams on lying to Game of Thrones’ fans CLIP: How do they do Arya’s eyes on Game of Thrones? Series 16, Episode 9 Thursday 28 April 2016 Channel 4 – 10.30pm Guests include: CLIP: Susanna Reid takes on the Battle of Breakfast!
But she is upset, and by the time she arrives at our chosen destination, she is very upset indeed. Paloma's life motto is simple: "comfort is for twats".Series 16, Episode 7 Thursday 14 April 2016 Channel 4 – 10pm Guests include: Eddie Izzard, Jon Favreau, Romesh Ranganathan, Seann Walsh and Shawn Mendes performing Stitches CLIP: Alan practices for the London Marathon with Eddie Izzard CLIP: Eddie Izzard’s South Africa marathon challenge Alan Carr: Chatty Man!Series 16, Episode 6 Thursday 7 April 2016 Channel 4 – 10pm Guests: Jamie Oliver, Amanda Holden & Alesha Dixon, Sex Box’s Goedele Liekens, Nick Luck and music from Fifth Harmony CLIP: Alan Carr saws Amanda Holden in two! CLIP: Will Arnett’s sinister voice CLIP: Dirty Countdown with Jimmy Carr Alan Carr: Chatty Man! CLIP: Universmeaty Challenge with the cast of Fresh Meat CLIP: The Voice coaches talk about crushing people’s dreams CLIP: Making The Voice coaches minging… Series 16, Episode 3 Thursday 17 March 2016 Channel 4 – 10pm Guests include: All Saints in their first TV interview since reforming plus Steve Coogan and Channel 4 cast of The Aliens, Michael Socha and Michaela Coel.The orator spoke these words: This was my first ever Burn’s Supper, a formal dinner celebrating the birthday of Scotland’s finest poet, Robert Burns, a man held in such high esteem by our Scottish brethren that every year, Scots the length and breadth of the country eat traditional Scottish fare (or “fayre”) and recite the great man’s poems in big booming voices.If you have never heard of Robert Burns you will almost certainly have heard of, arguably, his most famous work, which is sung as the bells chime to bring in the New Year – Auld Lang Syne.