The Late Late Show will be 4 times the fun this week

Ireland's first quintuplets, Julian Clary, Dancing with the Stars finalists and brand new Dragon will be on the show this Friday.

It will be four times the fun this week!
It will be four times the fun this week!

This week’s Late Late Show will feature Ireland’s first quintuplets, comedian Julian Clary, the Dancing With The Stars finalists and a brand new Dragon will join Ryan Tubridy in studio tomorrow night.

As they prepare to battle it out for the coveted glitterball trophy, Ryan Tubridy will be catching up with Dancing With The Stars contestants Aidan O’Mahony, Aoibhin Garrihy and Denise McCormack and their dancing partners. Viewers will be finding out how their nerves are holding up as the big final approaches and who fancies their chances of becoming Ireland’s first DWTS champ.

Chanelle McCoy is the newest businesswoman putting entrepreneurs to the test on Dragon’s Den. She’ll be filling viewers in on running her own company and what she’s looking for as she prepares to invest in some of Ireland’s brave innovators. She’ll also be joined on the couch by long term Dragon Gavin Duffy.

The DWTS finalists will be in studio
The DWTS finalists will be in studio

Journalist Jon Ronson will discuss the ever growing problem of online shaming, as keyboard warriors descend on unwitting individuals with terrible personal consequences.

As Mother’s Day approaches, Ireland’s only quintuplets – Amy, Cian, Conor, Dearbháil and Rory Cassidy – return to The Late Late Show 15 years after their first appearance alongside their parents Veronica and Kevin.

Comedian Julian Clary will join Ryan in studio to discuss his enduring and occasionally outrageous career as well as tying the knot at 57.

The comedian will chat to Ryan on this week's show.
The comedian will chat to Ryan on this week’s show.

Ten years ago, Colette and Anthony Wolfe lost their beloved daughter Leanne to suicide two weeks after her 18th birthday. The inquest that followed revealed she had been coping with prolonged bullying in the years before her death. On Friday night’s show Colette and Anthony will share their story and talk about their efforts to stop the same thing happening to other teens.

This jam-packed line up will be made even better, with music from Elvis impersonator Ben Portsmouth, and up and coming Longford band Brave Giant. You can catch all of this on The Late Late Show, this Friday on RTE One at 9:35pm.

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