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High Hopes Jam-packed Late Late Show to feature variety of talented Irish musical performers

Other musical guests include Mick Flannery and Susan O'Neill, as well as Clannad legend Moya Brennan who will be performing with world-renowned accordion player Liam O'Connor

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Late Late Show host Ryan Tubridy. Photo: Andres Poveda

Late Late Show host Ryan Tubridy. Photo: Andres Poveda

Late Late Show host Ryan Tubridy. Photo: Andres Poveda

Singer Steve Garrigan will perform a special rendition of his classic song High Hopes on tomorrow night’s Late Late Show as he talks about his personal inner struggles in his new book of the same name. 

The Kodaline front man will open up to host Ryan Tubridy about his life dealing with shyness, anxiety and panic attacks that are bravely revealed in the new autobiography.

Other musical guests include Mick Flannery and Susan O'Neill who will be singing their beautiful duet called Are We Free? and Clannad legend Moya Brennan who will perform her new single with world-renowned accordion player Liam O'Connor.

Also on the show will be Oscar-nominated actress Ruth Negga will be discussing her new film Passing as well as her exciting plans to star in Macbeth with Daniel Craig on Broadway next year.

Rosanna Davison will also be on the couch as she opens up about her journey to conceiving and becoming a mother.

The model suffered 15 miscarriages, tried surrogacy and welcomed two more children during the pandemic after being surprised by her identical twin sons.

Former Manchester United legend Peter Schmeichel will be on the show to talk about his hugely successful spell at the club and his regrets about leaving.

The footballer will also discuss his father, who was a Polish double agent, and the pride he feels in his own son - Leicester and Denmark goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel.

And poignantly, Andrew McGinley will discuss life after the deaths of his three young children at the hands of his wife and the children's mother, Deirdre Morley.

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