The TV and radio presenter topped a list by cybersecurity firm McAfee, ahead of Ricky Gervais and Tom Hardy.
The 57-year-old chatshow host says comparing a same-sex couple with other contestants will 'muddy the waters for the judges'.
The comedian resigned as agony aunt for the newspaper after 12 years and has now revealed it was because he disagreed with the Telegraph's rightwing political stance.
The BBC chat show host has challenged ITV to publish their top earning stars' salaries.
The 56-year-old comedian would like to reduce the number of chat shows he makes in a year, in order to pursue other projects.
Graham Norton earns more than Gary Lineker but is paid through his independent production company.
The BBC has published the salaries of its top-earning talent for 2018-19, revealing a glaring pay gap between men and women still exists. And despite quitting his BBC Radio 2 breakfast show this year, Chris Evans is still riding high at the top of the list.Here are the top 10.
Norton will miss his first ever show as he'll be in Tel Aviv to cover the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest.
While Graham Norton always appears to be having a wonderful time on his BBC talk show, sometimes his guests aren't always on the same page.
Graham Norton has slated the celebrities who have invested in schemes to avoid paying as much tax, saying that the country would be 'much nicer' if they paid up.
In case you hadn’t heard, Harry Styles was on The Graham Norton Show last night – mainly to discuss his new song (no longer number one, sadly) and album – but of course, other important topics came to the fore. The One Direction alumnus took part in a segment of the show called ‘The Warren Beatty Deadpan Challenge’, where he had to keep a straight face when asked about a variety of rumours.
My disdain for television talent shows will be more than clear to anyone who has stumbled upon one of my many vitriolic rants aimed towards the X-Factor, most recently inspired by the woeful turn of events that saw Honey G actually be allowed to release a legitimate record in the British charts. Although the idea that this is an ego trip for Gary, or an attempt to prolong the relevancy of a dwindling ‘Take That’ would be totally wrong because they’re searching for members of ‘The Band’ not ‘Take That’ and they’re going to be in a fictional musical about the fictitious ‘The Band’ and not about the life of ‘Take That’.
The BBC’s new Saturday night entertainment show received mixed reactions – as did ITV’s slightly tweaked format of The Voice. Gary Barlow was in West End musical mode, opening the show with a full stage production that may have flummoxed X-Factor viewers, but set the stall out nicely for those of us who previously enjoyed the hunt for Maria, Dorothy, Joseph and Nancy.
In no order at all, because these were all fabulous in their own right: the shocking, romantic, electrifying, joyous, hilarious or downright soppy favourite moments as seen on TV in 2016. Pull up a chair, there were a lot …