Ricky Gervais brought The Office to the stage last night, with comic creation David Brent and his band Foregone Conclusion.
Ricky Gervais has confirmed he will bring back his Office alter-ego in a series of YouTube videos called Learn Guitar with David Brent.
Boy band One Direction are being transformed into Pez-heads, to be auctioned off as collectors' items, for Comic Relief.
Steve Carell said goodbye to co-workers for one last time as NBC's The Office came to an end following a nine-season run.
The season finale featured a long-awaited wedding between office manager Dwight Schrute (Rainn Wilson), and accountant Angela Martin (Angela Kingsley).
Carell, who left the show in season seven, entered the episode as a surprise guest at the ceremony, uttering one of character Michael Scott's best-known phrases, "that's what she said."
Adapted from Ricky Gervais' mockumentary series of the same name, the season finale saw most of the long-standing cast members get their happy ending.
Ricky Gervais has paid tribute to Paul Shane as an "old school Britcom hero" after the Hi-de-Hi! actor died aged 72:
RIP Paul Shane. Old school Britcom hero. This one's for you mate... http://t.co/x9KjzJy0m4
Ricky Gervais has released a preview of his new YouTube series Learn Guitar With David Brent.
In the guise of his Office alter ego David Brent, he tells viewers: "I'm not going to teach you. You're going to teach you." It seems, much like in the show, it is more about him finding an audience to play the guitar to.
Ricky Gervais returned to our screens as David Brent last night, all to raise money for Comic Relief.
The special shows what happened to Brent 10 years after The Office ended.
Taking to Twitter, Gervais wrote, "Thank you for all your amazing comments about Brent's Return. I had a blast".
Ricky Gervais has paid tribute to the comedian Norman Collier, best known for his "faulty microphone" routine, who has died at the age of 87:
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A new preview clip has been released ahead of David Brent’s return for a one-off special to air on Red Nose Day.
The Office boss, played by Ricky Gervais, is making a comeback after 10 years – and he has reinvented himself as a music producer.
The clip shows how the 'chilled-out entertainer' cannot resist stealing the limelight from a young artist he is meant to be promoting.
Gervais told the Mirror: “He is passing on his wisdom to younger would-be rock stars now and is living vicariously through a young performer, Dom Johnson.
"Well, really he is trying to worm his way back into rock and roll."