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Late Late Show host Ryan Tubridy. Photo: Andres Poveda

Late Late Show host Ryan Tubridy. Photo: Andres Poveda

Photo: Andres Poveda

Late Late Show host Ryan Tubridy. Photo: Andres Poveda

Rob Kearney, Arsene Wenger and Piers Morgan are among some of the stars leading tonight's Late Late Show line up.

Kicking off the show, Ryan Tubridy will be joined by Kilkenny hurling legend Henry Shefflin, who will give an insight into the new GAA Championship which kicks off this weekend under strict Covid-19 guidelines.

Arsenal fans are in for a treat as former manager Arsene Wenger will talk about the perils of top-flight Premiership football and give his opinion on the issues facing Stephen Kenny’s new national team, as well as his experiences with Roy Keane, Alex Ferguson, and Thierry Henry.

British broadcaster Piers Morgan will dial in from London to give his views on Brexit, Boris Johnson and President Donald Trump.

Meanwhile, ex-Leinster rugby star Rob Kearney will reveal why he’s gunning for his fifth cousin Joe Biden to take over the White House.

Design king Dermot Bannon will chat to Tubs' about how the pandemic has changed how we all live at home, and the impact that has on our evolving needs when it comes to design.

Also joining Ryan on the couch will be Sarah and Cathleen Lynott, who will speak about a new documentary about their famous father Phil.

The proud girls will give an insight in to where their dad came from and why, now more than ever, his memory is so important.

Viewers will be pleased to hear live music will be provided by rising Irish star, Loah, who will perform her version of Thin Lizzy's Dancing in the Moonlight, and Wild Youth, who will perform their new single Next to You.

The Late Late Show, kicks off at 9.35pm, on RTÉ One.

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