Ryan Tubridy is going to go out in a blaze of glory.
The Late Late Show host has just three shows left and they are gearing up to be unmissable stuff.
The Canadian crooner will be live in Studio 4 for a performance and a catch-up with Ryan ahead of his two nights in Dublin’s 3Arena as part of his worldwide Higher 2023 arena tour.
Charlene Mckenna will chat about playing a suburban housewife who has a dark and deadly past in her new series Clean Sweep.
She will also chat about moving from the mad streets of Manhattan to Monaghan and having a lockdown wedding.
Snooker legend Ronnie O’Sullivan will share the many lessons he has learned from an extraordinary career that has seen him battle addiction and crippling anxiety to become a seven-time World Champion and why he still has the fire in him to become the greatest of all time.
Dublin GAA star Philly McMahon, comedian Rory O’Connor (Rory’s 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 next Wednesday.
In the series, they take a group of prisoners who are participating in a rehabilitation programme and put them through their paces in preparation for an opportunity to play at Croke Park.
The Tumbling Paddies will drop by to give us their version of a song made famous by The Pogues.
The Late Late Show airs on RTÉ One this Friday, May 12th at 9:35 pm