Last Friday's 'Late Late Toy Show' was full of hilarious antics from Ryan's line-up of scene-stealing children, while also providing plenty of touching moments which nearly brought us to tears.
Another year, another 'Toy Show' has come and gone. This year's addition brought back the 'Late Late Toy Show' appeal, and saw the children's show collaborate with banking app Revolut to ensure that it was easier for the Irish public, and those of us dotted around the world, to donate.
However, as we all tuned in to see what the 'Lion King' edition of the Friday night show had in store for us, there was one thing wrong - Revolut wasn't working.
Following technical difficulties with the banking app (potentially due to Black Friday), which didn't allow users to donate to the cause, or to transfer money to anyone, co-founder Vlad Yatsenko announced on Friday night a hefty €100,000 donation to the appeal due to the issues.
He's now done one better - 11 times better in fact. Yatsenko has now donated a huge €1.1 million to the cause, which will go to support a range of children’s charities around Ireland.
Yatsenko, a Ukrainian billionaire based in London, tweeted the news earlier this morning along with a screenshot of his donation: "Thank you all for the outpouring of support and donations to the #LateLateToyShow2021 charity appeal."
This 'Toy Show' appeal donation from the Revolut co-founder now pushes the total to over €6.5 million.
Last Friday's edition of the 'Toy Show' introduced the Irish and international audience to a host of great characters in the form of young children: Roisin and her pram full of dinosaurs, Finn and his bell-ringing skills, Dublin traffic-hating Abigale, and Fergal who stunned everyone in sight with his Operatic voice.
There were also a couple of celebrity guest appearances on the show, with Olympian Kellie Harrington appearing to two young budding boxers; which was followed by Ed Sheeran making his 'Toy Show' return to sing 'Leave Your Life' with the show's young choir.
In case you missed it all, or want to give it another watch, you can stream 'The Late Late Toy Show' on the RTÉ Player.