Watch The Charlotte Church Show

Former British performer Charlotte Church has decided to host her own talk show. The show is broadcast on Channel 4 on Fridays. This show has been getting mixed reviews from many viewers mainly because of Charlotte's lack of comedic experience. Although most of the show is fairly serious, Church performs rather funny skits between guest appearances. These performances seem to entertain much better than when she is with the guests.

There are some well-known guests but most celebrities that are featured are fairly new to the industry. Despite who she has on her talk show, whether well-known or new up-and-coming artists, Charlotte manages to keep the audience entertained with her charm and personality.

Fridays at 10:00 pm on Channel 4
2 Seasons, 9 Episodes - Canceled
September 1, 2006
Talk & Interview
3.8/10
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  • In this festive edition Charlotte's guests are Gavin and Stacey's James Corden and Ruth Jones, and comedians Ronnie Corbett and Jo Brand. Music comes from Christmas cracker Rhydian Roberts.

  • The guests include Olympic double-gold medallist Rebecca Adlington, fashion gurus Trinny and Susannah, and also comedian Michael McIntyre.

  • This week's guests include Patsy Palmer and comedian Adam Hills. And Danish popsters Alphabet perform with Charlotte.

  • Boxer Ricky Hatton drops by, plus there's music from Beth Rowley, who performs a duet with Charlotte. And there's more hidden camera fun in CCTV - Charlotte Undercover as Charlotte once again dons prosthetics and disguises, all in the name of comedy.

  • Charlotte's guests include Alan Davies and Jimmy Carr, and there's music from The Script.

  • In 'Lady to Ladette', the final three appear in the studio for a no-holds-barred final. Guests include Jason Donovan and music is provided by Solange Knowles.

  • In a new strand 'Lady to Ladette', Charlotte teaches five properly posh girls the essentials of a rollicking night out in Cardiff, based on her philosophy of the four 'D's: dressing, drinking, dancing and doners. Charlotte's guests include Katie Price and Gok Wan, and violinist Nigel Kennedy performs with Charlotte.

  • Charlotte tries to infiltrate the Welsh Gaurd.

  • In this festive edition Charlotte's guests are Gavin and Stacey's James Corden and Ruth Jones, and comedians Ronnie Corbett and Jo Brand. Music comes from Christmas cracker Rhydian Roberts.

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