A Hollywood star, the nation's sweetheart and one of Ireland's funniest exports, not a bad line-up at all this week on 'The Late Late Show'.

Ryan will be joined by the one and only Jamie Lee Curtis, as the star is in town for the premiere of the much anticipated new 'Halloween' movie on Friday. She will be chatting about her final showdown (or is it?) with Michael Myers, as well as what it was like growing up as the daughter of two Hollywood greats, Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh, before then forging her own career as an actress, starring in the likes of 'True Lies', 'A Fish Called Wanda', 'My Girl' and more.

Also on the show is one of Ireland's most talented and funny ladies, as Ryan chats to Amy Huberman ahead of her new comedy series 'Finding Joy' kicking off on RTÉ next week.

As well as that, comedian Dara Ó Briain will be revealing the secret science behind everyday life from the minute you wake up to when you go to sleep, while the always delightful Francis Brennan will be in studio to chat about his new book 'A Gentleman Abroad: Francis Brennan’s Travel Tales'

Broadcaster Mary Kennedy will also be on to chat about how she is now trying to take a new approach to life after she had a wake-up call last year when she suffered a burn-out. She shares her philosophy on life in her new book 'Home Thoughts from the Heart' which you already know will be in many a mammies Christmas stocking this year.

Finally, SOAK will be in studio performing her new single while West End star Killian Donnelly will be singing a classic from Les Miserables.

Catch 'The Late Late Show' on RTÉ One, Friday, September 21st at 9.35pm.