Who’s tipped to join Patrick Kielty for his first Late Late?


Patrick Kielty will step into the hot seat as he presents The Late Late Show for the first time ever this Friday.

Of course, that means that there will be plenty of eyes on him!

He’ll want to pull out all the stops for his guests as people will be eagerly tuning in to watch the show.

And there are some pretty big names tipped to join Patrick on Friday night.

Patrick Kielty Pic: Brian McEvoy

Ladbrokes has tipped that Dermot Kennedy may be amongst the first guests in this new era of Late Late history.

Both he and Aisling Bea are the 3/1 frontrunners to make an appearance.

James Nesbitt and Jamie Dornan have also made the list and can be backed at 4/1 and 5/1 respectively for a Late Late Show guest slot.

Joanne McNally is 6/1 to join Patrick on Friday night and fellow comedian Pat Shortt can be backed at 7/1!


Oscar nominees Saoirse Ronan and Paul Mescal are at 7/1 and 8/1 respectively.

Speaking of the odds, Nicola McGeady of Ladbrokes said: “Following huge interest in who could potentially join Patrick Kielty on his first Late Late Show, we have opened the betting on potential guests, and with everyone from Dermot Kennedy to Bono in the mix, it certainly won’t lack entertainment value!”

While we don’t have a confirmed lineup we won’t have to wait too much longer before we find out! So watch this space…

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Check out the full list of odds on Patrick’s first Late Late Show guests below:

3/1 Dermot Kennedy

3/1 Aisling Bea

4/1 James Nesbitt

4/1 Brian O’Driscoll

4/1 Amy Huberman

5/1 Leo Varadkar

5/1 Jamie Dornan

6/1 Joanne McNally

6/1 Cian Ducrot

7/1 Pat Shortt

7/1 Roy Keane

7/1 Saoirse Ronan

8/1 Bono

8/1 Paul Mescal

9/1 Katie Taylor

9/1 Conor McGregor

10/1 Cat Deeley

10/1 Liam Neeson

12/1 Colin Farrell

14/1 Rory McIlroy

14/1 Ant & Dec

16/1 Phillip Schofield

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