Full Late Late lineup has been revealed

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It was confirmed that Ed Sheeran would be the first guest to join Ryan Tubridy on this week’s Late Late Show.

Now we know who else will be swinging by the studio.

Ed’s latest album, Subtract, drops this week but Ryan caught up with him when he was last in Ireland for his 3Arena gigs.

In a Late Late Show first, Ryan interviews Ed in the round, surrounded by Irish fans who get the chance to chat with their idol and hear exclusive acoustic performances of Ed’s hit singles Perfect and Eyes Closed as well as another track from his new album Subtract.

He will treat viewers to an in-depth interview and exclusive performances of new music and fan favourites. If you’re an Ed fan it’s not one to miss.

He will also discuss the death of his close friend Jamal Edwards and his tumultuous 2022 when his wife Cherry was diagnosed with cancer. He also discusses the Irish influences on his life and music and has a surprise for Ryan that leaves him speechless.

From music to acting, Caitríona Balfe will be in studio to chat about the enduring success of Outlander, now in its seventh season.

She will also discuss why she continues to fight for better working conditions for models despite leaving the industry more than a decade ago and why she missed the slap that was heard around the world when she attended the Oscars for her hit movie Belfast.

Pic: Instagram/Caitriona Balfe

A fierce trio will join Ryan to chat about their upcoming show.

Dublin GAA star Philly McMahon, comedian Rory O’Connor AKA Rory Stories and governor of Mountjoy Prison Edward Mullins will be on the show ahead of their appearance on a new series Gaelic in the Joy that is due to kick off on RTÉ One on 17th May.

To show follows them as they take a group of prisoners who are participating in a rehabilitation programme and prepare them for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play at Croke Park.

Rory O'Connor
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Junk Kouture is back and five models will showcase their magnificent designs made from actual waste.

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Ireland Women’s National Team, and Ryan will speak to former players about the dedication and determination it took to be the first women to represent Ireland at senior women’s level.

There will also be music from Rachel Mae Hannon on the same day that her new song The Boys will be released.

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