The line-up for this weekend’s Late Late Show has been revealed, and we’re in for a treat this Friday!
Former Republic of Ireland manager Mick McCarthy will be joining the show in aid of Daffodil Day which is this Friday the 25th of March. Mick will be speaking on behalf of the charity as well as chatting to Ryan about his parents and the long-lasting imprint they both left on his life.
Also appearing in aid of the charity will be Ireland and Leinster pro, Andrew Porter who is shaving his head live to raise funds for the cause. Andrew sadly lost his mother, Wendy to cancer when he was just 12 years of age.
Conor Moore will be keeping us entertained with hilarious takes on a wide array of famous Irish characters. The impressionist and comedian, who has his very own show on NBC’s Golf Channel is sure to have us all laughing from the sofa.
Providing even more entertainment will be Ireland’s favourite master of magic and mentalist Keith Barry. He will be dazzling audiences both at home and in studio with some illusions and hypnotic experiences.
Andrew Fitzsimons will be joining Ryan again on the show this week, to chat about the launch of his brand new haircare range. Originally from Ballinteer, Andrew now does hte hiar of some of the world’s most well-known celebrities like J.LO, the Kardashians, Bella Hadid and Megan Fox. He will also speak about his early life, from being a lonely teenager eating his lunch in the school toilets to now being on speed dial for some of the world’s most successful women in the entertainment industry.
Also speaking on the show will be Amy Dunne, who is became embroiled in one of the most contentious debates in Irish society when at 17 she found herself going to court to demand the right to travel to the UK for a termination after her baby was diagnosed with a fatal foetal abnormality. Now, Amy will chat candidly with Ryan about how her very private story became extremely public and the impact that had on her and why she no longer feels shame about what happened.
Plus, Ireland’s newest folk band formed through a nationwide search of over 1,000 musicians, Ceol will drop by The Late Late Show for a special performance.