Friday Night With Jonathan Ross welcomed Hollywood legend Don Johnson to the chat show this week. The episode, which aired on [air date], was filled with lively conversation and entertaining anecdotes from Johnson’s illustrious career.

At 57 years old, Johnson looked fantastic, proving that age is just a number. When asked about his age, Johnson cheekily responded, “I will be 57.” His youthful appearance left host Jonathan Ross in awe, who jokingly commented that he would have guessed Johnson to be 56 or 55 tops.

Johnson revealed that he has a fondness for London and has visited the city regularly in the past. However, he humorously admitted to having trouble understanding the English accent. In fact, he recalled watching a program on the English Discovery Channel called “Hard Labor” and not understanding a word of it. Johnson playfully blamed the English for having difficulty understanding his American accent as well.

Speaking about his upcoming role in the West End stage production of “Guys and Dolls,” Johnson expressed his excitement. He will be portraying the character Nathan Detroit at the Piccadilly Theater. Ross, a fan of the musical, eagerly expressed his enthusiasm for seeing Johnson on stage.

The conversation then turned to Johnson’s background in musical theater. Surprisingly, Johnson started his career in musical comedy at the American Conservatory Theater when he was just 18 years old. From there, he transitioned into film and television, eventually landing his breakthrough role in the hit series “Miami Vice.”

Ross couldn’t help but mention Johnson’s iconic role in “Miami Vice,” a series that brought a new style and feel to television. With its stylish cinematography and fashionable attire, the show became a cultural phenomenon. Johnson explained that the show contemporized television by incorporating elements from independent films, such as fashion and music.

The discussion took a lighthearted turn when Ross brought up Johnson’s signature fashion choices on “Miami Vice.” Johnson humorously revealed that his style on the show was influenced by the sweltering heat of Miami. He rolled up his sleeves as a functional choice to combat the extreme temperatures. The pastel colors and fashionable outfits became synonymous with his character.

Aside from his successful acting career, Johnson also had a foray into the music world. He collaborated with legendary singer Barbra Streisand, a vocal powerhouse and one of Ross’s heroes. Johnson described the experience of recording a duet with Streisand as amazing. He praised her talent, intelligence, and enormous heart.

In a more light-hearted moment, Ross lightheartedly asked Johnson about rumors that he was the best-endowed man in show business. Johnson amusingly responded that the rumors were written in a book by an old girlfriend, jokingly adding, “I must have been cooking that night.” Ross playfully continued the banter, leaving the audience in fits of laughter.

In conclusion, Don Johnson‘s appearance on Friday Night With Jonathan Ross was a lively and entertaining segment. Johnson’s candidness, humor, and impressive career made for an engaging interview. Audiences can look forward to seeing him in “Guys and Dolls” at the Piccadilly Theater starting on January 8th.