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smashed it DJ Callum and bro Hype Man Jackson offered chance to perform on radio after Toy Show spectacular

FM 104 has offered the brothers the chance to DJ on air next weekend


DJ Callum and Hype Man Jackson blew viewers away with their set

DJ Callum and Hype Man Jackson blew viewers away with their set

DJ Callum and Hype Man Jackson blew viewers away with their set

The two young DJs who became stars on last night’s Late Late Toy Show have been offered a DJ slot on a top Dublin radio station.

DJ Callum and his younger brother Hype Man Jackson stole the show on Friday night with their DJ set and warm-hearted display of brotherly love.

Their hilariously impressed reaction faces as another boy performed Ave Maria has already spawned several Memes.

Now high-profile radio station FM104 has offered the boys the chance to DJ next weekend on air.


Clearly as impressed as the rest of us with the brothers, station staff issued the invite through their Twitter account. They wrote: “Hi DJ Callum and hype man Jackson. We'd love you to DJ and hype on @FM104 next Saturday evening from 6pm til 7pm if you're up for it! Let us know. From the Strawberry Alarm Clock #LateLateToyShow.”

Callum rocked the show with a live DJ set while his little brother Jackson joined the young audience dancing to build up the atmosphere.

And in a warm-hearted moment, an emotional Callum spoke of his love for his younger sibling after the pair were given a gift of top-level DJ equipment.

“He’s just the best, he’s really funny. I just love him. He helps me out a lot,” he told host Ryan Tubridy.

Their highly expressive faces in admiration for a boy who sang Ave Maria also had audiences in stitches.

Among the others heaping praise on the youngsters was DJ and radio presenter Martin Guilfoyle, who also expressed an interest in working with them on Twitter.

“I currently have my people contacting DJ Calum’s people to discuss a collab. #watchthisspace #LateLateToyShow," he wrote.

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