Here's the line-up for this week's episode of The Late Late Show 3 weeks ago

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

It's set to be jam-packed...

The Late Late Show is back on our screens again this Friday, and it's set to be a jam-packed night of craic agus ceol.

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Pop music icon and Oscar winner Lady Gaga will be on the show to talk about her latest film, House of Gucci. In this Ridley Scott directed true crime thriller, Gaga plays Patrizia Reggiani, ex-wife of the grandson of legendary fashion designer Guccio Gucci.

She stars in the film alongside Adam Driver, Al Pacino, Jared Leto, and much more.

“Lady Gaga is a pop-cultural phenomenon, whatever she turns her hand to seems to shine from the Grammys to her Oscar, she is a fascinating mega-star. I cannot wait to talk to her", said Late Late host Ryan Tubridy.

Also on the programme is Boyzone member Ronan Keating to talk about his latest album, Songs from Home. The album is made up of covers of iconic Irish tracks, such as 'Raglan Road', 'Where The Streets Have No Name', and Mic Christopher's 'Heyday'.

He's also set to be joined by his wife Storm for a performance.

Former president Mary McAleese will be on the show to discuss her latest documentary, With God On Our Side. The documentary touches on the role religion played in both creating and resolving conflict in the North, and Mary will discuss her belief in the possibility of a United Ireland.

Eamonn Dunphy and Liam Brady will be on the show to discuss the aftermath of Ireland's game against Portugal, and to analyse Stephen Kenny's tenure as manager so far. The sporting legends will also be discussing the upcoming renovation of Dalymount Park, as the park is set to close next year.

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Glen Hansard will be performing Interference's 'Gold' from the Once soundtrack. The performance comes as a documentary on the late songwriter Fergus O'Farrell, Breaking Out, is set to release in Irish cinemas.

And finally, Orlaith McBride will be showcasing some priceless artefacts as the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Anglo-Irish treaty draws near.

The Late Late Show is on RTÉ One on Friday – 12 November – at 9.35pm