Every Friday, the argument usually comes down to how much better The Graham Norton Show is compared to The Late Late Show, but guess what? Now you can have the best of both worlds as Graham Norton is actually going to be ON The Late Late Show. Don't worry though, he'll have already pre-recorded his own show so you can still catch that afterwards.

The Cork chat show host will be talking to Ryan about his debut novel 'Holding' which is already receiving rave reviews, while he has already sold the production rights. He will also be sharing his thoughts on Brexit, why he loves coming home, and what the future holds for him after 19 years hosting his own show.

While Norton will be a great guest, no doubt there will a lot of people happy to see the one and only Michael Buble on the show, as the star stopped by recently for a pre-recorded interview. He'll be performing a recent hit along with one of his classics and chats to Ryan about life on the road now that he's a father of two.

There will be more music later on too when Nathan Carter will be in to perform with Joe Dolan. Yep, we know what you're thinking, Joe Dolan has been dead for nine years, but don't worry, they're not using a hologram. Nothing new-fangled like that. Instead they will be using old archive footage of the Mullingar crooner as the pair sing Dolan's hit 'Make Me an Island' alongside the RTÉ Concert Orchestra.

This week would have marked Joe Dolan's 77th birthday, and Wagon Wheel singer Nathan will join a panel to discuss the enduring legacy of Joe Dolan on the Irish music scene alongside Joe’s brother Ben Dolan and Sunday World journalist Eddie Rowley.

As well as that, four-time All-Ireland winning Kerry footballer Kieran Donaghy will discuss his career on the pitch while Donal Skehan will also be in to talk about being Donal Skehan.

So now! It's all go.