The Late Late Show is back on our screens tomorrow for its 58th season and Ryan Tubridy's 11th year as the host.
First up on the agenda is a very special tribute to the members of the Frontline Emergency Security Services who serve Irish citizens on a daily basis.
Love Island star and Longford native Maura Higgins will talk to Ryan about her rise to fame following her appearance on the show, her romance with Curtis Pritchard and her future plans.
Fellow Love Island stars Greg O'Shea and Amber Gill will also join Ryan to discuss their time on the show.
Sinead O'Connor will perform two songs, including the Pogue's hit Rainy Night in Soho and "one other extremely special number". The musician will chat to Ryan about her recent return to music and upcoming Irish tour dates.
Writer and comedian Aisling Bea, who is starring in her own comedy serieson Channel 4, will discuss her trailblazing jockey mother and why determination is the key to success.
Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi will perform his hitand talk about his journey to stardom and his 'spat' with Noel Gallagher.
Magician Keith Barry will be in studio and messing with the minds of the guests...
Speaking ahead of the show's return, Ryan said: "We have a great sense of mission about this season and we are very excited about what's going to happen, starting with a tremendous opening night extravaganza that combines the best of Irish with a little twist of international..."