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John Lydon, the infamous Sex Pistols and PIL star rock legend otherwise known as Johnny Rotten, is set to appear on the BBC's weekly political discussion panel show Question Time.

The outspoken singer, who has in recent years appeared on I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here and Country Life butter ads, will appear as a guest on tonight's episode of Question Time.

Lydon will be joined on the panel by controversial Tory MP Louise Mensch, former Labour Home Secretary Alan Johnson and energy secretary Ed Davey.

The show, which starts at 10.35pm tonight and is being filmed in front of a live studio audience in Derby.

Former musical celebrity guests have included Blur's Alex James, Pulp star Jarvis Cocker and pop singer Will Young.

"No one in British politics impresses me," he told The Guardian last month. Lydon also recently described Britain as an "enormous bomb … [that's] waiting to go off".

See the Sex Pistol's appearance on the Bill Grundy show from 1 December 1976 in the video below.

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Former Sex Pistol John Lydon to appear on Question Time
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