Irish internet family to appear on this weekend's Saturday Night Show

Irish internet family to appear on this weekend's Saturday Night Show

They've have taken the internet by storm - now it’s time for them to take to our television sets.

Ireland’s favourite internet family, The SacconeJolys will be appearing on this weekend's Saturday Night Show.



They will be joining chat show host Brendan O’Connor to talk about their lives as internet sensations.

Jonathon and Anna SacconeJoly began daily vlogging four years ago. Since then, they got engaged, married, gained six white maltese dogs, had two children (Emilia and Eduardo) and moved from Cork to London … all online for the world to see.

The Vloggers have now over 162 million views on their YouTube channel and nearly 800,000 subscribers who they deem their ‘friendliest friends’. Some have even been tuning in since day one (*cough* Bagel Slicin’ *cough*).

Last November they flew home to Ireland for a SacconeJoly meet-up. The event attracted over 2,000 Irish fans to the Button Factory, Dublin where Anna and Jonathan chatted and took pictures with each and every one as well as conducted a Q&A session.

Want to know what all the fuss is about? Tune in Saturday night and see.

But here’s a quick sneak peek.

Do you watch the SacconeJolys? It’s ok, we're all friends here.

Did you know they've been nominated for an Irish Bestie award? You can vote for them here!

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