Ryan Tubridy to be joined by Toy Show guests tomorrow night
Ryan Tubridy will be joined by Toy Show stars Adam King, Saoírse Ruane, and Michael Maloney on this Friday's Late Late Show.
He will reveal news about the money donated by the public as part of last year's Toy Show.
Speaking on his RTÉ Radio 1 show on Thursday, the Tubridy said: "I'm very excited today, preparing to tell you some news tomorrow night on the Late Late Show about the Toy Show and the remarkable amount of money that you kindly gave to the children of Ireland, and we're putting a bit of shape on that. Such a big feeling of gratitude from us to you for all the things you did on that gorgeous night.
"We'll be joined by Michael and Saoírse and Adam. You're going to love it; it's just so warm and 'un-Covidy' and pleasant and upbeat and optimistic. So, we'll bring you that tomorrow. It's a good news story."
Also joining Ryan on the show will be Laura Whitmore who will speak about the return of Love Island to our screens this summer.
Una Healy will be in studio to talk about her return to Ireland and to perform her latest single "Swear It All Again".
Zoe Holohan will speak to Ryan about her new book which details the tragic story of the loss of her husband on their honeymoon when they were caught up in deadly wildfires in Greece in 2018.
TV Presenter Dermot O'Leary will be checking in with Tubridy to discuss how he's embracing fatherhood and how he's missing Ireland.
Picturehouse will also be in studio to perform their classic hit Sunburst!
The Late Late Show airs this Friday at 9.35 pm on RTÉ One.
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