This week's star-studded Late Late Show line-up has been announced, while the show will also feature a fantastic tribute to Crumlin's Children's Hospital.
Derry Girls star Siobhán McSweeney leads the Late Late Show line-up while music will come courtesy of former One Direction star, Niall Horan.
Also planned for Friday's Late Late is a detailed look into and well-deserved tribute to the terrific work being done at Children's Health Ireland (CHI) in Crumlin.
The tribute is expected to feature contributions from Munster rugby player Billy Holland and his wife Lanlih, who will discuss how their baby daughter, Emmeline, was treated at Crumlin.
On the #LateLate tomorrow night, we'll be joined by some of the incredible patients, families and staff from CHI in Crumlin, we'll have music from superstar @NiallOfficial, chats with Derry Girl @siobhni and LOTS more! 🌟 pic.twitter.com/71TH1BeIV9
— The Late Late Show (@RTELateLateShow) January 23, 2020
Sophie Barnes Aabo will also provide an update on her brother Cian just a couple of months after capturing the hearts of the nation on The Late Late Toy Show.
Host Ryan Tubridy said: "On The Late Late Show tomorrow night, we have Siobhán McSweeney who you'll know as Sister Michael from Derry Girls - a wonderful actress, very funny, great stories to bring us.
"We will have music from Mr Niall Horan, who is one of the greatest guys in showbiz - funny, smart, clever, talented.
"And then we're going to have a big, big look into life inside Crumlin Children's Hospital - staff, patients, parents, everyone who makes up that wonderful institution reflecting all the great children's hospitals around this gorgeous country."