Graham Norton might well be one of the nation's best presenters, what with his unassuming charm, knowing winks and chat show expertise, but he's also one of the "most dangerous" celebrities to search for online, apparently.
Yes, congratulations are in order for Graham, who has been awarded the esteemed accolade of 'McAfee's Most Dangerous Celebrity 2020'.
Anti-virus software giant McAfee has researched which famous names generate the "riskiest" search results online, with cybercriminals using the popular search terms to entice users to click on dangerous links that could potentially lead users to unknowingly install malware on their devices.
Graham Norton tops the 2020 list, meaning a quick Google of the TV and radio presenter could land you in dangerous cyber territory if you're not careful about what you click on.
He's in good company, though, with Ricky Gervais and Tom Hardy coming in second and third place respectively, while Gavin and Stacey's Ruth Jones, Idris Elba, Margot Robbie and baking queen Mary Berry also feature on McAfee's 2020 Most Dangerous Celebrities list .
In other news, Graham has revealed how The Graham Norton Show's recent return to the studio felt amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, and the social distancing guidelines that come with it.
"It was just so lovely being back in the studio, it's different but it's much closer to the real show and just nice to be talking to faces," Graham told today's (October 6) This Morning.
"It's a smaller audience of 100 instead of 600, and you can tell the audience were delighted to be out of the house – they were thrilled to be there! The music performance, and all those things we took for granted, now seem so precious."
The Graham Norton Show continues on Friday (October 9) at 10.45pm on BBC One, with guests Ewan McGregor, Shirley Ballas, Ashley Banjo and Miley Cyrus.
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