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20th May 2021

There’s a jam packed lineup for this week’s Late Late Show

Brian Dillon

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This week’s Late Late Show lineup is jam-packed as the series nears its end for summer.

This week’s Late Late Show will be the second-last of the series as it gets ready to break for summer. With a jam-packed lineup of guests, it’ll be one to watch this Friday night.

Firstly, Ryan will be joined by rugby pro CJ Stander, who was due to appear a few weeks back.

Also on the Late Late lineup is Room to Improve star Dermot Bannon who will talk about the new upcoming series which will focus on small houses.

Plus, there will be beloved Irish broadcaster Gay Byrne’s daughters Crona and Suzy, who will chat to Ryan about their famous father and how they’ve been coping since his death in November 2019.

Ryan will then be joined by Jamie and Georgie Crawford who will chat about their inspiring journey through breast cancer and multiple sclerosis (MS), as well as Georgie’s hugely successful ‘Good Glow’ podcast.

Ryan will also chat with two mothers who care full-time for children with disabilities. Katie Healy-Nolan and Nina Fitzpatrick will explain what life is like for full-time carers in Ireland, touching on the struggles they have faced to give their children dignity, especially in the past year.

In terms of music, Michael Moloney, who gained fame after appearing on the Late Late Show with Dermot Kennedy, will perform his debut single. Plus, James Vincent McMorrow will perform a world exclusive of his brand-new single Paradise ahead of his hotly-anticipated summer album release.

The Late Late Show airs on RTÉ One this Friday, May 21 at 9.35pm.

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