This week’s Late Late Show is leaving the country

This week, for the first time in 30 years, the Late Late Show will be leaving the country.

This week’s Late Late Show is leaving the country

The show will be making a small detour to London to interview ‘The Boss’, Bruce Springsteen.

This week’s Late Late Show is leaving the country

"This is very unusual, and not something we do very often, but when The Boss comes calling, you just can't say no. It is a first in my time as host of The Late Late Show and we hope that people will roll with it because we felt he was someone worth chasing,” Tubs said.

The last time the show left our shores was when Gay Byrne made the same trip to interview Jane Fonda in 1989.

Back in the studio, Vogue Williams will be chatting about her new TV series and Olympian Rob Heffernan will be talking to Tubs about finally receiving his Olympic medal - four years later.


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