Irish country star Nathan Carter will be playing on the Late Late tomorrow night, to the delight of the majority of rural Ireland. The Liverpool native is touring all across Ireland at the moment, hopefully we'll get a 'Wagon Wheel' out of him at some stage during the show. If only because that's the only song of his I know.
Dublin GAA star Philly McMahon will also be on talking about his new autobiography 'The Choice' and the huge impact his brother’s drug-related death had on him and his family.
Brendan O'Carroll, star of the massively successful sitcom Mrs. Brown's Boys, will be in studio talking about his sitcom and his experiences in Florida during the recent hurricane Irma.
There will be some post budget 2018 discussion from politician Fidelma Healy Eames, journalist Kitty Holland and columnist Terry Prone.
Wedding planner Franc (aka Peter Kelly) is back helping Irish brides to find their perfect gown in Say Yes To the Dress Ireland. He’ll be chatting about all things wedding-related and how his business survived the recession.
Fr. Joe McDonald completes the line-up talking to Ryan about why he believes the Irish Church has failed Jesus and the Gospel.
Catch the The Late Late Show on RTÉ One, tomorrow at 9.35pm