The line-up for this week’s Late Late Show is here, and its packed full of celebrity guests.
Leading the line-up is Oscar-nominated actress Ruth Negga, who will join Ryan Tubridy to discuss her incredible career both on-stage and on-screen as well as her new film Passing.
She’ll also talk about her exciting plans to star in Macbeth with Daniel Craig on Broadway next year.
Next up, Rosanna Davison will talk to Ryan about her turbulent journey to motherhood.
From suffering 15 miscarriages, surrogacy, to the surprise of carrying identical twin boys throughout the pandemic – the former Miss World will have plenty to chat about.
Peter Schmeichel will also be on the show to talk about his hugely successful spell at Manchester United.
He’ll speak about his regrets leaving the club, his father who was a Polish double agent, and the pride he feels in his own son – Leicester and Denmark goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel.
Andrew McGinley will appear on the show too, to discuss life after the deaths of his three young children at the hands of his wife and the children’s mother, Deirdre Morley.
Ryan will also chat with Steve Garrigan from Kodaline, who will be talking about a life dealing with shyness, anxiety and panic attacks.
He will also deliver a very special performance of his classic song, High Hopes.
Plus, there will be music from Mick Flannery and Susan O’Neill, who will sing a beautiful duet, and Clannad legend Moya Brennan will perform her new single with world-renowned accordion player Liam O’Connor.
The Late Late Show airs this Friday at 9.35pm on RTÉ One.