There's a class line-up for this week's Late Late Show
This should be a good'un.
It's safe to say that last week's Late Late Show, which gathered an audience of over one million people, was an absolute classic.
We had a genuinely historic performance from Sinéad O'Connor (now going by the name of Shuhada Sadaqat), as well as the always hilarious Lewis Capaldi.
And we won't even get into the Love Island drama...
So if this week's is even half as exciting, we'd be happy enough, and with this line-up we won't even be that surprised.
This week will see Dermot Bannon and Diarmuid Gavin on the sofa, chatting about their brand new TV collaboration, as well as their love of skinny dipping. Good stuff.
Another Dermot, this time Dermot Kennedy, will perform his beautiful hit 'Outnumbered', while Christy Dignam will be belting out a classic.
Cork comedian Maeve Higgins jets in from New York to chat about starring in her first movie, talking to ghosts and life stateside.
Vicky Phelan will also be chatting about her newly released memoir, Overcoming, as well as the CervicalCheck scandal that resulted in her taking on the Government and medical establishment.
And arguably the most exciting guest, Michael Owen will be on, just days after an absolutely hilarious Twitter beef with Alan Shearer. That'll be good.
Last but not least, Ryan Tubridy will be in possession of the Sam Maguire cup itself, less than 24 hours before the big game.
The Late Late Show kicks off at 9.35pm on Friday night, on RTÉ One.