The current series of The Graham Norton Show is underway, and the BBC have confirmed more music guests set to perform.
Following live music from Alphabeat and Elbow earlier in the series, this week's episode (October 11) sees James Blunt visit the chatshow. James' sixth album Once Upon A Mind is released on October 25, with the tracks Cold and Champions available now.
While not performing, Bruce Springsteen will also be popping by to chat about his Number 1 album Western Stars, and the accompanying documentary all about the record, his 11th UK chart-topper. Click here to read our rundown of The Boss' most streamed songs in the UK.
There's a big reunion set for October 18, as the original line-up of Sugababes will perform on TV for the first time in five years - and it seems they have their original name back. Sugababes - Mutya Buena, Keisha Buchanan and Siobhan Donaghy (formerly known as MKS) - will collaborate with DJ Spoony for a performance of Flowers. The song features on DJ Spoony's upcoming album Garage Classical, a collection of reworked garage staples from the 1990s featuring the likes of Paloma Faith and Lily Allen.