Joanne McNally is set to be on tomorrow's Late Late Show
What a line up.
The Late Late Show has had some incredible guests this season so far, and this week is no different.
Joanne McNally is set to be leading the line up for Friday night's show, chatting to host Ryan Tubridy about the women who decided to storm the stage at one of her gigs, her now 62 night run at Vicar Street and how she was almost a doctor.
Galway native Damian Browne is also set to appear on the show after he stole the nation's hearts when he became the first person ever to row from New York to Galway.
Set to speak about how he coped rowing across the Atlantic Ocean and how the trip almost ended far worse than it did in Galway Bay on Tuesday morning.
Also appearing on the show is Late Late Show favourite Charlie Bird as we see Ryan travel to Wicklow for a chat with the former journalist and his wife Claire.
The interview comes after Charlie was awarded the Freedom of County Wicklow for his work in spreading awareness of Motor Neurone Disease and his charity work.
Professor Luke O’Neill is also set to join Ryan on the couch to discuss his endless love for science and how his life, like many of us, has changed over the past two years.
Financial guru Eoin McGee, the Caribbean Dub Santis O’Garro and Gaff Goddess Laura de Barra are also appearing on the show to share their hacks to save money during the cost of living crisis.
The Coronas are Friday's musical guest as they perform the lead single off their new album, as well as up-and-coming pop star Flynn making his Late Late Show debut.