Here's the line up for this week's Late Late Show
It's that time of the week again
Michelle O'Neill, Tom Jones, Jamie Wall, and Villagers are all set to appear on The Late Late Show on Friday night.
It's not unusual to be a big fan of singing icon Tom Jones and now there's some good news for his many Irish fans as the music legend will be appearing on the chat show this week to perform a Bob Dylan classic, 'One More Cup of Coffee'.
Former dual GAA star, Jamie Wall, will also be in attendance to speak to Ryan Tubridy about how he adjusted to paralysis after a life-altering injury left him unable to walk back in 2014.
Unless you've been living under a rock over the past week, chances are you've seen a viral video featuring three young Dubs taking on a hilarious accent challenge. Now, Tolu Ibikunle, Susan Ilesanmi, and Okefe Afe, of TikTok fame, will be joining Ryan in the studio on Friday to discuss their sudden success.
Northern Ireland's Deputy First Minister Michelle O'Neill will also be appearing on the RTÉ show this week where she will be discussing the ongoing controversy around her attendance at Bobby Storey's funeral.
Meanwhile, Eve McDowell and Una Ring, who both found themselves in horrific stalking ordeals will also be making an appearance on the show to speak about their campaign to introduce longer sentences for stalking offences.
Closing out the show with their new single 'The First Day', Irish indie band Villagers will also be leading tomorrow night's line up.
You can tune in to The Late Late Show on RTÉ One on Friday 23 April at 9.35 pm.