Samantha Mumba and Paul O'Connell to lead Friday's Late Late Show lineup
A lot of big names this week.
Irish music legend Samantha Mumba and sports star Paul O'Connell are set to lead this Friday's The Late Late Show lineup - with plenty more big names also joining host Ryan Tubridy tomorrow night.
Ireland Rugby Coach and Munster player Paul O'Connell won't be the only sporting icon appearing on the RTÉ programme tomorrow as a number of Irish Paralympians are also set to make an appearance.
Jason Smyth, Ellen Keane, Nicole Turner, Gary O'Reilly, Katie-George Dunlevy, and Eve McCrystal will be joining Tubridy alongside sports journalist Joanne O'Riordan to discuss their recent successes at the 2021 Paralympic games.
Meanwhile, singer Samantha Mumba will be popping up to discuss her long career in the music industry after initially shooting to fame at just 17-years-old.
And we have 'Gotta Tell You' (sorry) that the rest of the lineup for this week also looks fairly decent as fans of the talk show can expect appearances from comedian Joanne McNally as well as a pair of long-lost siblings who found each other 50 years after being separated at birth through DNA testing.
Hermitage Green will also be premiering their new single 'Got to Give' as Irish songstress Orla Gartland will also perform 'You're Not Special Babe' from her Woman on The Internet album.
The Late Late Show will air on RTÉ One on Friday, September 10, at 9.35 pm.