The Late Late Show is celebrating all things Eurovision this week with the legendary Johnny Logan set to join Ryan Tubridy tomorrow night.
The King of Eurovision will reminisce about the contest that launched his career and he’ll be sharing the stories behind his triple victories with What’s Another Year, Hold Me Now and Linda Martin’s Why Me? He’ll also be giving viewers his take on Ireland’s Brendan Murray’s chances of victory in Kiev.
The show will also be celebrating the best of the Eurovision with EuroSingSong 2017. The face of Eurovision in Ireland Marty Whelan, country star Cliona Hagan, Eurovision superfan Mairead Ronan, Crystal Swing’s Derek Burke, Eurovision winner Paul Harrington and Moone Boy’s Rónán Johnston will all come up against each other in the friendly competition. But who will come out on top?
Also joining Ryan on Friday night is horse trainer Jessica Harrington, fresh from her winning streak taking home the Irish Grand National, Irish Gold Cup, Cheltenham Gold Cup and Punchestown Gold Cup in quick succession. She’ll be chatting to Ryan about her experience in the world of horse racing.
Comedian and 2FM presenter Bernard O’Shea will be telling viewers about the ten things he wants to see the back of in Ireland in 2017.
Some of the teenagers whose business ideas and products impressed at the Student Enterprise Programme Final will be in studio to show viewers their innovations, and The Late Late Show will leave the studio as Ryan meets some of the walkers taking part in Pieta House’s Darkness Into Light this weekend.
Catch all of this on The Late Late Show, this Friday at 9:35pm on RTÉ One.