Here's Tonight's Late Late Show Lineup
Tonight's Late Late Has Something For Everyone
Sir Roger Moore, Robbie Williams and Johnny Sexton are leading Friday's star-studded Late Late Show line-up.
Ryan Tubridy will be joined by a host of A-listers to help ease us into the Bank Holiday weekend.
Robbie Williams will discuss his wild popstar days, how fatherhood changed him and settling down in LA.
He’ll also be performing his latest song.
Sir Roger Moore will lift the lid on playing 007 and still working at 89.
Ireland and Leinster rugby star Johnny Sexton will be talking about the moving home from France and how he reckons we’ll fare against the mighty All Blacks again.
The Late Late Show will also mark 20 years of TG4, featuring some of the station’s breakout stars, including Dáithí Ó Sé, Maura Derrane and Hector Ó hEochagáin.
Plus hypnotists Keith Barry will have everyone under his spell and Alan Carr will dish the dirt on interviewing the Kardashians and his upcoming wedding.
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