After being scolded for swearing on live TV this morning, Colin Farrell is set to appear on The Late Late Show this weekend.
Before Disney’s live-action version of Dumbo hits cinemas, host Ryan Tubridy will chat to Colin about what fans can expect from the remake.
And as an ambassador for Special Olympics Ireland, Colin will be joined by some of the medal holders to celebrate their achievements at the World Games in Abu Dhabi.
Following on from what was another successful week for the Irish at Cheltenham, Ryan will also be joined by trainer Ted Walsh, double winning jockey Rachael Blackmore, and Gold Cup champion Paul Townsend to take a look back at the stand out moments of this year’s festival.
As we enter in to the last week of Dancing with the Stars, Ryan will be joined on the sofa by finalists Johnny Ward, Cliona Hagan and Mairead Ronan to see how nerves are ahead of Sunday’s grand finale, and to discuss if the coveted Glitterball Trophy will be going to a woman for the first time.
Jessica Bowes will also appear on the show, after she was left with long term physical and psychological damage following a vicious assault by the father of her children – which left every bone in her face broken.
Jessica will join Ryan to discuss the events that led to the attack, and why she waived her anonymity to speak out against domestic violence laws.
Viewers will also be treated to music from Aslan, and Screaming Orphans.
The Late Late Show airs on RTÉ One, Friday, March 22nd at 9.35pm.