Line-up for Friday's Late Late Show announced
It's The Late Late Show line-up.
Met Éireann are forecasting temperatures as low as -3 for Friday, so it'll probably be an evening for staying in.
If you do spend the night cuddled up on the couch, here's what you can expect from Friday's Late Late Show (15 November).
Four months on from the death of comedian Brendan Grace, his wife Eileen and their daughters Melanie and Amanda, will be on to discuss coming to terms with Brendan's death at the age of 68. They'll also be sharing their gratitude for the kindness offered by people throughout Ireland during his illness, and since the beloved comedian and entertainer passed away in July.
The fantastic RTÉ Symphony Orchestra will be playing a major role, separately accompanying both Emmy award-winning singer Harry Connick Jr., as well as the iconic Irish trad/folk singer Mary Black.
Banksy and Andy Warhol won't be on the couch, but their art will be discussed by Irish artist Thelma Mansfield ahead of her Art Source fair at the RDS this coming weekend. Maybe we'll find out that Ryan Tubridy was Banksy all along. We can't rule it out.
There will also be a special focus on climate change as 50 members of RTÉ's Youth Assembly on Climate Change join Ryan in studio.
As always, you can catch The Late Late Show on RTÉ One at 9.35pm tomorrow.