Tommy Tiernan and Doireann Garrihy confirmed for this week's Late Late Show
Decent line up this week, lads.
It's Thursday guys - and you know what that means.
That tomorrow is Friday and The Late Late Show is on.
The line-up for this week's instalment of the show has been revealed and you better be prepared for laughs because there's a lot of comedians in there.
First up are the big guns - Tommy Tiernan and Pat Shortt.
The lads will be discussing their new black comedy Dark Lies the Island - a film set in a small Irish town over a one week-long period.
The film also stars Moe Dunford, Peter Coonan and Charlie Murphy - so a decent enough cast, in fairness.
Doireann Garrihy will also be hitting up Tubs' sofa to discuss the biggest year of her career to date, as well as how she deals with the #haters.
She'll also be doing a few impressions that feature in the second season of The Doireann Project.
After that, things get a bit sporty as former Irish football international Kevin Kilbane shows up to chat about his upcoming stint on Dancing On Ice.
Friday's show also features a performance from Moya Brennan along with the RTÉ Philharmonic Choir, ahead of her receiving of the lifetime achievement award at the upcoming RTÉ Radio 1 Folk Awards.
Hudson Taylor will also be there singing a new song of their own.