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Question Time to involve John Lydon
The one-time I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here star is known for having been a member of music instrument playing punk band the Sex Pistols.
The group were behind songs such as God Save The Queen and Anarchy In The UK.
David Dimbleby famously presents Question Time and the edition on which Lydon is going to feature will also see the likes of politicians Louise Mensch and Ed Davey on screen, too, among others.
Will Young was a past popstar Question Time panellist. The well-known crooner is behind singles like Leave Right Now, Jealousy and Friday's Child.
He famously won ITV series Pop Idol back in 2002, and later recorded double A-side single The Long and Winding Road and Suspicious Minds with the programme's runner-up, Gareth Gates.
A rather different programme to Question Time, Pop Idol was judged by the famous Simon Cowell, among others.
Published by AW. Posted on 5 Jul 2012 12:53 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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