Tonight's Late Late Show Is A Valentines Special
Love is in the air!
There will be love in the air tonight as Ryan Tubridy plays Cupid for singletons looking to find their perfect match on the Late Late Show.
The presenter will become a wingman for the nation for the Valentine’s Day special as he tries to help more than 200 lonely hearts in the audience find love, with plenty of dating games and general mayhem in store.
Ryan will be bringing back Dean, the unexpected star of last years Valentines special. We'll find out how he's been getting on and if he's found everlasting love.
Also appearing on the show are Eurovision star Linda Martin and Al Porter, who will be channeling their inner rockstars with a one-off performance of an 80s rock ballad.
But the music doesn’t stop there - lovebirds in the studio will also be serenaded by Crystal Swing and Dickie Rock.
Breakfast Republic's Bernard O' Shea, presenter Blathnaid Ni Chofaigh and social media star James Kavanagh make up a panel that will discuss everything thee is to talk about with regards to sex and relationships.
GAA star Ashling Thompson will be on the show to chat about how she managed to fight her way back to becoming one of Ireland’s most successful camogie players despite doctors writing off her chances of ever playing again following a car accident.
It'll be a nice change from the norm if you're planning on tuning in.
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