It's business as usual on tonight's 'Late Late Show' with a bit of something for everyone.
Joining Ryan Tubridy tonight is Irish tenor and actor Colm Wilkinson who has performed everywhere from Broadway to the West End, as well as representing Ireland in the 1978 Eurovision Song Contest. Following 30 years in Toronto, Colm is back on home soil and will be taking a look back at his glistening career, as well as treating us to a song.
Also performing on the show are The Coronas and Ryan will be chatting with Danny from the band about their new single and upcoming tour of Ireland.
We'll also be getting the latest on the referendum and European and Local Elections following the close of polls as the RTÉ/TG4 Exit Poll results are announced live in studio by David McCullagh and Páidí Ó Lionaird.
Author and influencer Roz Purcell and her sister Rachel will also be chatting to Ryan about why life is for living and not just about a number on the scales, and former Ireland player Jonathan Walters will be talking about his plans for the future are following his retirement from club and international football back in March.
Keeping with sport, inter-county referee David Gough is the only openly gay referee working with the GAA and will be joining Ryan to discuss what it was like to come out in the sporting world, and what is being done to improve LGBTQ+ education among the wider GAA community.
Catch 'The Late Late Show' on RTÉ One, Friday, at 9.35pm.
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