Michael Buble will be appearing on this week's Late Late Show as Ryan Tubridy checks in on how the Canadian crooner is coping with lockdown.
As a major name in the world of music, there are few better to discuss the challenges facing the industry due to the pandemic and that's what Michael Buble will be doing on RTE on Friday night.
He won't be the only music star talking to Ryan on the night, with Imelda May set to chat about her upcoming poetry EP, while Kodaline will be appearing in studio to perform their new single and a special version of their hit High Hopes.
Following news last week of the death of Christy Dignam's father due to Covid-19, the Aslan star will be talking about his loss of his beloved dad. Hoteliers John and Francis Brennan will talk about changes in the hospitality industry once we reach the 'new normal', whenever and whatever that may be.
There will also be an appearance from a 'familiar little friend' from the Irish Guide Dogs but something tells us this isn't Roy Keane. You can catch all this and more on The Late Late Show this Friday night at 9.35pm on RTE One.
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