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17th Nov 2023

Patrick Kielty gets expert help ahead of his Late Late Toy Show debut

Katy Thornton

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No pressure at all at all.

Patrick Kielty will host his very first ‘Late Late Toy Show’ next week and we cannot wait to tune in. The presenter is keeping the theme under wraps, but he’s doing plenty of research ahead of the big night. The ‘Late Late Toy Show’ team even gave viewers a glimpse at next week’s show.

In the sweet video, Kielty and a group of children are sat at a table discussing his first ‘Toy Show’. The kids share advice with the presenter and tell him what he needs to do for his ‘Toy Show’ debut. Fans have been praising the presenter for embracing the ‘Toy Show’ spirit.

One said: “The excitement is building!”

Another added: “Love this and looking forward to it.”

“Brilliant! It really IS the start of Christmas! You’ve got this Patrick,” one said.

Speaking ahead of his ‘Toy Show’ debut, Kielty said he was feeling so excited about “the most wonderful time of year”. He said he never expected to host something as big as the ‘Toy Show,’ but he’s ready for the challenge. Kielty shared:

“Never in his wildest did he think that one day, he’d host The Late Late Toy Show.”

“Keep dreaming. And dream BIG. Because sometimes, dreams come true!” Kielty said.

Kielty has not yet revealed the theme for this year’s show, but viewers believe it could be superhero-related.

When they were searching for this year’s ‘Toy Show’ stars, Kielty kept mentioning ‘superheroes’.

“Today we start the search for this year’s dreamers – the next generation of Toy Show superheroes. So, if you think you have what it takes to be part of this year’s Late Late Toy Show, we want to hear from YOU.”

What do you think this year’s ‘Toy Show’ theme is?

The ‘Late Late Toy Show’ airs on November 24th.

This article originally appeared on HER Family  

Header images via Twitter / The Late Late Show


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