Tonight's Late Late Show line up has been announced
The guests fro tonight's Late Late Show has been announced.
Galway actor Nicola Coughlan will be chatting to Ryan about the success of new Netflix series 'Bridgerton' and giving us the latest update on the next series of the hilarious 'Derry Girls'.
Irish acting stalwart Brenda Fricker, whose films include 'My Left Foot', 'The Field' and 'Home Alone 2' among many more, will also be joining Tubridy on tonight's show. The 75-year-old will be paying a special tribute to the woman and children of Ireland's Mother and Baby Homes following the publication of this week's Commission of Investigation report.
Former champion boxer Barry McGuigan will be speaking to Ryan about how his family has been coping since the death of his daughter Danika in 2019. Danika, an actress known for her role in ''Can't Cope, Won't Cope', passed away at the age of 33 following a short illness.
Also on the show tonight will be this year's Operation Transformation leaders. Hazel Haritgan, Susuana Komolafe, Paul Devaney, Andrew Burke-Hannon and Sharon Gaffney will be discussing their new lifestyle changes since joining the show.
Music on the show tonight will be provided by Cork's very own LYRA who will be performing a special tribute to The Cranberries star Dolores O'Riordan who passed away this day 3 years ago.
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