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Cathal Ryan

RTE Late Late Show guests includes 90s pop icons, Dancing With The Stars judge and Big Brother champion

Following a stacked line-up last weekend, The Late Late Show returns with another impressive list of guests joining host Ryan Tubridy.

From an iconic 90s pop band to a Big Brother champion, the line-up is oozing with quality.

So if you are planning for a quiet Friday night in front of the tele - here is everything you need to know about this week's guests.

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Kicking off the night with host Tubridy is the much-loved pop band B*Witched.

On Friday's show, Edele and Keavy Lynch, Sinéad O'Carroll and Lindsay Armaou will join Ryan to chat about their record-breaking run at the top of the charts, the impact of their break-up and rocking the double denim again for their new single Birthday.

The band made history when their first four singles all shot to Number 1 (WireImage)

Afterwards, Big Brother champion Brian Dowling Gourounlian and his husband, Dancing with the Stars judge Arthur Gourounlian will chat to Ryan about their surrogacy journey and the birth of their baby Blake.

Joining the happy couple will be Brian's sister Aoife Dowling who was their surrogate. On the show, the pair will open up about their surrogacy journey ahead of the release of their new documentary Brian & Arthur's Very Modern Family.

Brian and husband Arthur are proud parents of a baby Blake (Instagram)

Entrepreneur and broadcaster Spencer Matthews will be in the studio to talk to Tubridy about his new documentary Finding Michael which sees him retrace his late brother's last steps on Mount Everest before he disappeared during his descent in 1999 when he was just 22 years old.


Irish hurling manager and former player Davy Fitzgerald will also chat with Ryan about his zest for life and the return of his series Davy’s Toughest Team, in which he mentors a group of 18-24-year-old lads who are facing difficulties in their lives as he prepares them for a big trek in Iceland.

Music on the night will come from Louth artist David Keenan who will perform his hit El Paso, which he wrote as an ode to his native town of Dundalk.


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