Ant & Dec and Donald Trump's niece among guests on tonight's Late Late Show
Tonight's Late Late Show line up has been announced.
Ryan Tubridy will be chatting to presenter duo Ant & Dec as they discuss their Irish backgrounds and we get some insight into the upcoming series of I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here which will be filmed in the UK instead of Australia this year due to travel restrictions.
Donald Trump's niece Mary Trump will also be in conversation with Tubridy following the release of her tell-all book about her uncle who she believes is totally out of his depth as President of the USA.
Majella Moynihan will be joining Ryan to speak about when she blew the whistle on her treatment by superiors in the Gardai. She will be telling her story of how she shocked the nation, her resilience and how she won apologies from the Minister for Justice and the Garda Commissioner.
Actress Jane Fonda will also be speaking to Tubridy. The two time Academy Award winner will reminisce on her time in Northern Ireland, career and her arrest as a result of highlighting the climate crisis.
Dublin GAA star Bernard Brogan will be discussing his brand new autobiography on the show as well as a pre recorded interview with Dave McCabe, a singer with Dublin band Stolen City, who was diagnosed with leukaemia but remains positive.
Music tonight will be from The Academic with their single Acting My Age.
The Late Late Show airs tonight on RTE One at 9:35pm.
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