The Graham Norton Show airs this Saturday night (Nov. 7) on BBC America as Graham is joined by actor/jazz singer Harry Connick Jr. who talks about starting his career at the age of three and recording his first song at age nine. He also reveals one of his scariest performance of all time, performing for the legendary Frank Sinatra at his 75th birthday party. Harry recalls he was so nervous that he forgot the words to Sinatra’s songs in front of Frank and a roomful of legendary singers. British classical singer Katherine Jenkins also joins and discusses her experience singing for another musical legend, Barbara Streisand, at a birthday party in front of an intimate audience of celebrities including Hugh Jackman, Warren Beatty and Barbara herself. Comedian and Gavin & Stacey star Rob Brydon brings laughs to the couch as he gives his theory on beautiful people having ugly kids. Later Harry Connick Jr, returns to perform a number from his new album Your Song. Click here to view the article in full.