Ryan Tubridy has shared some exciting news about this year’s Late Late Toy Show.
The 47-year-old confirmed that the iconic programme will be happening – and that it will be “the most important” one to date.
Speaking on his RTÉ Radio One show, Ryan told his listeners: “I’ve got some really good news for you.”
“The Toy Show 2020, it’s happening. It’s going to be arguably the most remarkable Toy Show we have ever put together.”
“It’s going to be like something you’ve never heard or seen before,” he continued.
The Irish broadcaster explained that he was speaking to pivotal members of the team this week, and that more details will be revealed in November.
“I was talking to some people who are critical to the programme itself, and I was so blown away by their ideas, and their passion and their sense of mission,” he said.
“It’s arguably going to be the most important Toy Show I have done, and by ‘I’, I mean ‘we’,” he added.
Last week, RTÉ announced that they will air a Late Late Toy Show special this month.
Fans will be brought down memory lane, as they look back on some of the show’s top performances over the years.
The Late Late Toy Show Sing Along will air on RTÉ One on Sunday, July 19th at 6.30pm.
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