Niall Horan and Marian Keyes among guests to join Ryan Tubridy on Late Late Show
The Mullingar singer will join Ryan from L.A to pay tribute to inspirational golfer Leona Maguire
Niall Horan and Marian Keyes are among guests set to join Ryan Tubridy on Friday night’s Late Late Show.
The Mullingar singer will join Ryan from L.A to pay tribute to inspirational golfer Leona Maguire.
A keen golfer himself, Niall has previously praised the Cavan sports star.
She recently won the Solheim Cup and became the first Irish winner in Ladies Professional Golf Association (LGPA) history with a three-shot win in Florida at the beginning of February.
Leona will join Ryan on the show to talk about the last few months of her career.
International bestselling author Marian Keyes will also be in studio as she celebrates the publication of her latest novel, Again Rachel.
Reflecting on her incredible career over the last three decades she will be joined by a special audience of family and friends.
Singer Eleanor McEvoy will perform ‘South Anne Street’ from her new album ‘Gimme Some Wine’.
The Late Late Show, RTÉ One, Friday, February 18th at 9:35 pm
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