Grand Slam winners top this week’s Late Late lineup

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It’s no surprise that this week The Late Late Show focuses on the incredible talent of the Irish rugby team.

They won the Grand Slam last weekend and now they will bring the celebrations to RTÉ.

Player of the Match Dan Sheehan, Josh van der Flier and Andrew Porter will discuss the incredible victory with Ryan.

They’ll tell him about the days of celebration that followed Saturday’s historic win and why the day before the game was one of the most surreal experiences they’ve ever had as a team.

Andrew will also support Daffodil Day and the excellent work of the Irish Cancer Society.

I’m Grand Mam’s PJ Kirby and Kevin Twomey will be on the couch discussing the success of their podcast.

They’ll share how Paul Mescal begged to be on their show, Irish boys and their undying love for their mums, and why they’re pretty sure Michael Collins is a fan!

Hearts will be warmed as Laura DeBarra is back for The Late Late Big Repair Challenge!

Five passion projects have been carefully selected and will be unveiled at the show before their beautiful restoration, which will be unveiled in the weeks to come.

After being attacked in 2021, Alanna Quinn Idris was blinded in one eye.

She will join Ryan to discuss how her life changed that day, what it was like to give her victim impact statement in court this week, and her long road to recovery.

English singer-songwriter Freya Ridings will perform her new single Weekends and artist Louth David Keenan will sing his viral hit El Paso.

The Late Late Show airs on RTÉ One this Friday, March 24 at 9:35 p.m.


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