Here’s who will be appearing on tonight’s Late Late Show
Ireland’s Paralymic medallists will be joining Ryan Tubridy on tonight’s Late Late Show. Jason Smyth, Ellen Keane, Nicole Turner, Gary O’Reilly, Katie George Dunlevy, and Eve McCrystal will be joined by sports journalist Joanne O’Riordan to discuss the Tokyo Paralympic Games, their homecoming and of course, winning their medals.
Also on the show tonight will be singer Samantha Mumba. She will be chatting to Ryan about her new role on the upcoming show Last Singer Standing, hosted by Nicky Byrne. Samantha will also talk about the reality of the music business, raising her daughter in Los Angeles and why activism is important to her.
Ryan Tubridy will also be speaking ot comedian Joanne McNally who will discuss her popular podcast, why she was thrown off a celebrity dating site and her life in London, including having a spare key to Vogue Williams’ house.
Rugby legend Paul O’Connell will be on the show to talk about his new role with Ireland on the sidelines and the challenges he faces being back with the national team. He will also speak about his work with Irish schools through Barnardos and how sport helped him become the father, player and coach he is today.
There will be incredible stories of long-lost siblings who have found each other after 50 years following DNA testing and the ITV show Long Lost Family.
Music will be provided by Hermitage Green who will premiere their new single Got To Give ahead of their Irish tour and Orla Gartland will be performing her song You’re Not Special Babe from her new album Woman On The Internet.