I always say I'd rather be miserable by myself than unhappy in a relationship.
I don't think you should have to try to be nice, I think most people are nice. I think being cheerful and nice is just a politeness.
Straight men just can't imagine the bliss of being in a relationship with someone who finds farting as funny as they do.
I do get pleasure from very inconsequential things, like shopping for clothes.
I'm actually quite self-sufficient, so it might look as if there isn't room for anyone in my life. That isn't entirely the case.
A comedian's a comedian. They're a very kind of cynical bunch. I guess that's why I like them.
I am camp. Lots of gay men can't cope with their campness. They are in denial about it.
I have nothing to say about my childhood. It was a perfectly pleasant upbringing - it's not like it was unhappy or anything.
I've so exceeded what I ever wanted to do.
All my day is spent dealing with other people. When I come home I like it to be empty. The presence of others in my house kind of annoys me. I love coming home and shutting the doors. I feel brain dead. I'm relatively available, but not to live with.
Some people think they're depressed and they go to the doctor and want pills. And you just think: 'You hate where you live, you've lost your job, your boyfriend has dumped you, could all this be why you're depressed?'
I was a failed actor but I still wanted to show off, so I ended up doing live comedy.
If you'd told the young Graham Norton that I'd one day have this amount of money, I'd have assumed it would have come from a lottery win.
The people I want are very famous and very rich, and all I can offer them is a bit of exposure on TV and a bit of cash, so it's a miracle we get any guests at all. But we have been very lucky.
Britain's such a twisted, weird little place.
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