It's all go on tonight's Late Late Show with Mrs Brown’s Boys star Brendan O’Carroll leading the lineup.
He joins Ryan to chat about the family's upcoming live shows at the 3Arena, but will also be talking to Ryan about Donald Trump and how he found himself caught up in Hurricane Irma in Florida recently.
Fresh from collecting his fifth All-Ireland medal, Dublin footballer Philly McMahon is in studio to chat about how life could have been very different for him, as he opens up about the huge impact his brother’s drug-related death had on him and his family in his new book The Choice.
Ireland’s favourite wedding planner Franc (Peter Kelly) is back on our screens helping Irish brides to find their perfect gown in Say Yes To the Dress Ireland. He’ll be chatting about all things wedding related and how his business survived the recession. He’ll also be filling viewers in on the latest trends and how emotions run high in the search for that special dress for the big day.
Also on the show is Fr Joe McDonald, who is no ordinary priest. Ordained at 45, he has long called for a more open and welcoming Catholic Church here and he is now tackling the establishment head on with a controversial book titled Why The Irish Church Deserves to Die.
There will be a panel discussion on the state of the nation with the politician Fidelma Healy Eames, journalist Kitty Holland and columnist Terry Prone, and finally there will be music from Nathan Carter while Electric Eddie joins Ryan as three amateur singers battle it out to take the Late Late Karaoke crown - yep, that's a thing now.