Tina Fey, Aaron Johnson To Appear On "Friday Night With Jonathan Ross"
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Tina Fey, Aaron Johnson To Appear On "Friday Night With Jonathan Ross"

 
April 7, 2010 06:03 am CDT 
 

An upcoming episode of a certain talk show will feature a great variety in terms of its range of guests, which will include one of the biggest names in politics. Or at least, someone who looks a lot like her.

Tina Fey is among the guests scheduled to appear on the April 9 episode of the BBC America talk show "Friday Night with Jonathan Ross."

During the interview, Fey discussed the newest developments in her career, including her ongoing starring role in the semi-biographical sitcom "30 Rock." The comic actress mentioned that her role on the show, comedy writer Liz Lemon, was "a sliding door version of me." She also brought up her working relationship with co-star Alec Baldwin.

"He is a great actor," she said. "I've learned a lot from working with him."

Fey, who stars in the upcoming comedy "Date Night" with Steve Carell opening the same day of the episode's broadcast, will also appear on the show that first brought her to prominence. She is scheduled to host the April 12 episode of "Saturday Night Live" with musical guest Justin Bieber. During the interview, she also mentioned that she may be portraying former vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin during the show, reprising the role that brought her acclaim during the 2008 election.

Also appearing on "Friday Night" will be chef Heston Blumenthal and actor Aaron Johnson, who will be starring as the title character in the superhero comedy "Kick-Ass."

Johnson, who also played a young John Lennon in "Nowhere Boy," said working on "Kick-Ass" was an interesting change of pace for him.

"I am constantly looking for something different," he said. "Kick-Ass was different and the character was something that I never really ventured into before. I am forever looking for something different just purely for my own sanity."

 
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