The Late Late Show returns with a hugely impressive line-up of guests
The show returns from its summer break this Friday.
Now in its 58th season, with eleven of those presided over by Ryan Tubridy, The Late Late Show is returning to our screens at 9.35pm on Friday 6 September on RTÉ One.
For the comeback show, they've put together a hugely impressive line-up to fill up the couch!
Love Island fans will be happy to hear that not only is Longford's own Maura Higgins going to be chatting about her life since the villa, but the show's winners Greg O'Shea and his partner Amber Gill will also be chatting to Ryan about their time there.
Late Late Show regular Sinéad O'Connor (now named Shuhada' Davitt) will be performing two songs during the night, as well as chatting about her return to the world of music, while Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi will also be performing his hit single 'Someone You Loved', as well as chatting about his public spat with Noel Gallagher.
Comedian and writer Aisling Bea is having a moment thanks to her new Channel 4 show This Way Up, so she'll be there to talk about her career to date, and Keith Barry will also be on hand to talk about his new RTÉ One series The Keith Barry Experience.
And there will be a very special tribute to the members of the Frontline Emergency Security Services who serve the citizens of Ireland on a daily basis, with Tubridy mentioning in the lead-up to the show's return "We will be saluting the men and women of Ireland's Frontline Emergency Security Services, people who every person in Ireland owes a depth of gratitude to, and we are hoping that they appreciate our tribute."