Here's the line-up for this week's episode of The Late Late Show 1 week ago

Here's the line-up for this week's episode of The Late Late Show

A mix of comedy, current affairs, music and sports will be on offer.

It's that time of the week yet again when RTÉ has revealed who will be in conversation with Ryan Tubridy on the next edition of The Late Late Show.


But before we delve deep into the line-up, it should be noted that the progamme is on the hunt to find Ireland's most loved-up couple for its Valentine's Special episode next month on 10 February.

As part of the episode, the show will be hosting an audience of 200 single people seeking romance. In order to help them find it, Late Late producers are searching for the perfect couple that can show the singles how it is done.

You can check out more details on this right here.

Without further ado, meanwhile, here are the Late Late guests for Friday, 20 January.


Leading the line-up is Lee Keegan, one of the greatest Gaelic footballers of this century who announced his retirement earlier this month.

Bowing out at the top of his game, he will tell Tubridy why now is the right time to go, out of the six All-Ireland finals which one got away and how family changed his perspective on life.

Also on the show will be the award-winning broadcaster Katie Hannon, who will discuss her distinguished career as a journalist and her new current affairs series Upfront with Katie Hannon.

Then making his Late Late Show debut will be comedian Gearóid Farrelly who will chat about headlining his own Vicar Street gigs after years of being the support act of choice for everyone from Joan Rivers to Tommy Tiernan.


In terms of music, Clondalkin native SELLO will talk to Tubridy about what it means to be an Irish rapper on the back of his three Choice Music Award nominations, as well as perform his new song 'Dublin'.

On top of this, rising indie-pop musician Nell Mescal, sister of Paul, will sing her newest single 'Homesick'.

The next Late Late episode will air on RTÉ One on Friday, 20 January at 9.35 pm.