Everybody’s favourite on-off soap couple, EastEnders’ Kat Slater and Alfie Moon, are guests of honour on Friday’s Late Late Show, and will talk about translating their TV chemistry to the stage in their new play. They will also reveal a special spin-off Eastenders that they’re filming in Ireland, as Kat tracks down her secret son.
Joining the well-known couple on the couch will be businessman and former star of Dragons’ Den Bobby Kerr. Bobby is perhaps best known as the founder of coffee chain Insomnia, and he revealed just before Christmas that he is suffering from head and neck cancer, his battle with which he will chat to Ryan about. Health will also be the subject of the discussion with Dr. Eva Orsmond, whose recent tv show Sugar Crash revealed the damaging amounts of sugar that we eat every day, sometimes without even knowing it.
Musical entertainment is wide and varied, with country stars The Three Amigos – Jimmy Buckley, Robert Mizzell and Patrick Feeney – coming together again after their star turn at the recent Late Late Show Country Special. Legendary trad band Moving Hearts will also perform, as will Chloe Agnew, the gorgeous vocalist who has taken the US by storm, and is best known over here as the eldest daughter of everyone’s favourite entertainer, Twink!
Sounds like a great show to us…