Actor and writer James Corden will preview Friday’s newspapers on the Sky News Press Preview this evening.
James was a guest-editor of The Sun newspaper today as part of Sport Relief 2014.
The paper will feature an interview with Prime Minister David Cameron, a profile of footballer Gareth Bale, and a ‘grilling’ for TV critic Ally Ross. 1p from every copy of the paper sold on Friday will go to the charity.
Speaking on Wednesday night, James said: “I’m really looking forward to spending 24 hours in the Editor’s chair and putting Sport Relief and the incredible work they do at the top of the editorial agenda.”
He’ll join The Sun’s editor David Dinsmore and Sunday Mirror Columnist Carole Malone on Sky News at 10.30pm and 11.30pm this evening.
David Dinsmore, Editor of The Sun, said: “We are proud to have James editing the paper for a day. James has a fair few surprises up his sleeve and has enlisted the help of prominent friends from showbusiness and politics to make this special edition of The Sun a must-read.”
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