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19th Oct 2016

The Late Late Show line-up is genuinely brilliant this Friday

We mean it this time.

Laura Holland

What a stellar line-up.

If ever there was a time to stay in and watch The Late Late Show it’s this Friday night. The line-up is top knotch.

Not only will they have singer Michael Bublé on the show but also our favourite TV presenter, no not Ryan, Graham Norton.

Michael will be on the show to perform a recent hit and also one of his classics. He’ll chat to Ryan about life on the road and how he’s managing to be away from his two children.

Graham is in town to promote his new novel and will be chatting to Ryan about life as one of the UK’s top presenters. He loves a visit back to Ireland so he’ll be telling Ryan what that means to him. He’ll also touch on Brexit and what the future holds for him.

If that wasn’t good enough Ryan will also be joined by the lovely Donal Skehan who will be talking about how his cookery skills took him to US, British and Swedish television. He’ll also be talking about how life is since marrying his Swedish sweetheart Sofie.

Also on the show will be four-time All-Ireland winning Kerry footballer Kieran Donaghy who will discuss his career on the pitch and how he achieved those feats while dealing with a turbulent home life.

Plus there will be a celebration of the legendary singer Joe Dolan with a very special performance by country star Nathan Carter, as he duets – via the magic of archive footage – with the late singer on his classic hit Make Me an Island.

Nathan will be joined by journalist Eddie Rowley and Joe’s brother Ben Dolan as they pay tribute to the legacy of one of Ireland’s most beloved singers. And some of Joe’s biggest fans will be in studio to pay their own unique tributes to their favourite singer.