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The Late Late Show is back for a new season – Here is tonight’s line-up

The Late Late Show is back for a new season tonight, marking the show’s 60th birthday.

Tonight’s feature will be the show’s first with a live studio audience in 18 months.

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Who’s on tonight?

Ireland’s Olympians

Ryan will be joined by some of the Olympians who represented Ireland in Tokyo last month. The Olympians will include; Kellie Harrington, Paul O’Donovan, Fintan McCarthy, Aidan Walsh, Afric Keogh, Eimear Lambe, Fiona Murtagh and Emily Hegarty.

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The Olympians will be discussing what they have been all getting up to since returning home, as well as their future plans.

Sophie Toscan du Plantier’s son, Pierre Louis Baudey-Vignaud

Sophie Toscan du Plantier’s son, Pierre Louis Baudey-Vignaud, will talk about the impact his mother’s brutal killing has had on his life and why he still visits the home where his mother was murdered.

Donie O’Sullivan

Ryan will further be joined by CNN reporter, and Irishman, Donie O’Sullivan.

O’Sullivan will discuss life in the states as a reporter, and the Cahersiveen man will be discussing the adventure’s he gets up to on a daily basis, as well as his future plans.

Boy George

Boy George will be live in studio to discuss his career in music and his special connection to Ireland.

The Script

The Script will be performing their newest single, ‘I Want It All’, and will be telling viewers why they’re so excited to get back on the road with a new tour.

“This will be a Late Late season like no other as we move into the light and towards a new run of Friday nights,” Ryan Tubridy said.

The Late Late Show will be live on RTE ONE from 9:35pm tonight.

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