Ryan Tubridy is back once again, with a cracking Irish and international line-up for this Friday night.
One of the biggest names 'The Late Late Show' has ever had will be joining Ryan tomorrow night - the one and only Matthew McConaughey. The Hollywood actor has a new set of memoirs out called 'Greenlights' which he'll be discussing, and he promised to leave Ryan and us viewers in stitches on more than one occasion.
Another big name attached to this week's show is the infamous Bruce Springsteen. The singer-songwriter will chat with Ryan about the making of his new album 'Letter To You', as well as which Irish musician he admires most. Expect a rundown on his views on the upcoming US election too.
Following Bruce's interview, Irish band Heathers will join Ryan in the studio to perform their cover of Bruce's single, 'Dancing in the Dark'.
With us all battening the hatches once again for another six weeks, Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Holohan will join Ryan in studio to discuss the latest developments.
Pretty huge show for you this week! Ryan is joined by...@springsteen 🎸@McConaughey 🤠@CMOIreland Dr. Tony Holohan 👨⚕️
Martina and Sean Cox 💑@MegynKelly 👩@heatherstunes 🎤🎤
and @thehappens1🎵#LateLate pic.twitter.com/lffv29RerQ
— The Late Late Show (@RTELateLateShow) October 22, 2020
Liverpool fan Sean Cox and his wife Martina will be on tomorrow evening's show to talk about the vicious attack which happened to them outside Anfield stadium.
Megyn Kelly, a journalist, former Fox News anchor, and moderator of the 2016 US election debate will chat with Ryan about her infamous clash with Donald Trump, and the current state of US politics.
And finally, Irish pop-rock band Something Happens will be on-site to give a one-off, show-stopping performance of their classic single, 'Parachute'.