Last night's episode of 'The Late Late Show' was pretty jam-packed for its first season back, with none other than Lewis Capaldi, Greg and Maura from 'Love Island', and Aisling Bea from 'This Way Up'.

And while they were all great, the moment of the night undoubtedly came from Sinéad O'Connor, who took to the stage to perform her 1990 hit, 'Nothing Compares 2 U'.

The song, originally written by Prince, was intended for a band that the singer had formed known as The Family. However, it wasn't until Sinéad O'Connor recorded the song that it became the international hit we all know and love.

The single eventually went on to become one of the top-selling songs of the '90s, and shot Sinéad O'Connor to stardom in a matter of months.

Sinéad talked earnestly about her religion with Tubridy, discussing earnestly how she felt about Christianity and Islam, why she chooses to wear a hijab in public and when not, and how Ireland has changed so much since she first came on the scene.

And just to top it all off, she compared mopeds with Tubridy, comapring her Honda 50 to his Vespa. She can do it all.

Here's that interview.