Five times the fun on this week’s Late Late Show

Five times the fun on this week’s Late Late Show

Ireland's first quintuplets, comedian Julian Clary, the Dancing with the Stars finalists and a brand new Dragon will join Ryan Tubridy on The Late Late Show tomorrow night.

As they prepare to battle it out for the coveted glitterball trophy, Ryan Tubridy will be catching up with Dancing with the Stars contestants Aidan O’Mahony, Aoibhin Garrihy and Denise McCormack and their dancing partners.

Five times the fun on this week’s Late Late Show

Chanelle McCoy is the newest businesswoman putting entrepreneurs to the test on Dragon’s Den while comedian turned writer Julian Clary will join Ryan in studio to discuss his enduring and occasionally outrageous career as well as tying the knot at 57.

Ahead of Mother’s Day, Ireland’s only quintuplets – Amy, Cian, Conor, Dearbháil and Rory Cassidy – return to The Late Late Show with their Mum, Veronica 15 years after their first appearance.

Elvis impersonator Ben Portsmouth and up and coming Longford band Brave Giant will also be stopping by.

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