Here's Who You'll Catch On Tonight's Late Late Show
The line up for this week's Late Late Show is released!
Dublin born actor Barry Keoghan tops the bill for tonight's show. The actor who starred alongside Cillian Murphy, Harry Styles and Tom Brady in Dunkirk will talk to Ryan about how he went from a small role in Love/Hate to the Hollywood hills.
Kodaline will also be joining Ryan on the show to chat about their upcoming plans for the band plus they will be performing their latest single Follow Your Fire which has built up millions of views on YouTube since its release late last month.
Stylist Trinny Woodall of Trinny and Susannah fame will be on the show to talk about how she became a designer, author and television presenter.
Also on the show will be Ken O'Sullivan, the man behind Ireland's latest nature documentary, Ireland's Deep Atlantic.
25-year-old Laura Brennan will be talking to Ryan about her terminal cervical cancer diagnosis in a bid to encourage young girls to avail of the HPV vaccine in schools.
District Court Judge Gillian Hussey is also set to be joining Tubridy to chat about her relationship with reformed former criminal after they met through rehabilitation organisation Tiglin.
There will also be more music from Supertonic Sound Club.
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