Here's your Late Late Show lineup for tonight!
There is plenty of variety in store tonight, with a politician, a comedian and some great musical guests joining Tubridy tonight!
The Labour Party's Deputy Leader Alan Kelly will be on The Late Late Show this evening in the wake of Joan Burton's decision to step down as leader of the party. Many suspect that Kelly is likely to replace Burton, and we imagine Tubridy will be asking all about his intentions.
Chatting to Ryan on the couch is Brendan O’Connor, who will open up on his return to television, his physical transformation and his family life.
Irish comedian Jason Byrne should lighten the mood, and has a few surprises in store.
Once the Musical star Phelim Drew will be in studio to talk about his return to the Dublin stage and share memories of his late father Ronnie Drew.
The Undertones will also be in studio performing their hit Teenage Kicks as well as famed band The High Kings.
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