Pamela Anderson leads line up on Ray D'Arcy Show as Bryan Adams set for Late Late
Published 13/11/2015 | 14:59
Fresh from the success of his revealing interview with Caprice last weekend, Ray D'Arcy has another blonde bombshell lined up for his RTE One show on Saturday.
Former Baywatch star Pamela Anderson will join Ray on the sofa to talk about her life and career to date.
Anderson hit the headlines this week as she claimed she has been "cured" of hepatitis C after being diagnosed 16 years ago.
The 48-year-old mother of two claimed she contracted the disease from a sharing a tattoo needle with her ex-husband Tommy Lee and has credited a new miracle drug with helping her beat it.
Also on the show this week, comedian Neil Delamere is gearing up for his new tour and will be in studio to give his unique take on Irish life.
Bressie will join Ray to talk about his recent exploits on and off our screens as he releases his book about his experience of depression, Me and My Mate Jeffrey.
Irish Times journalist Roisin Ingle will also join Ray to talk about her new book Public Displays of Emotion and reveal her thoughts on a momentous week for Irish women.
The book is a selection of Ingle's columns published in the newspaper over 15 years, one of which charts her experience of having an abortion.
Andie McDowll's daughter, singer-songwriter Rainey Qualley will provide the music.
The Late Late Show will kick off tonight with Emma, Vanessa and Laura Witherow joining Ryan in studio.
Emma and Vanessa bravely waived their right to anonymity when their stepfather Jon Joe Patterson was jailed for abusing them both from the age of 9. Laura's case was dropped last year after files went missing.
The sisters will talk about the devastating impact of their stepfather's absue, how it has affected their relationships with the rest of their family and how they hope going public will help other abused children.
Also on the show, Canadian rocker Bryan Adams will pop in for a chat and to perform his new single from the album 'Get Up!'. Kokdaline will also perform as will Ireland's Junior Eurovision entrant, 13 year old Aimee Banks.
Doctor Pixie McKenna will also appear to talk about the embarrassing ailments Irish people were willing to share on her new show, You Should Really See a Doctor.
Former politician Conor Lenihan will be in studio to talk about the subject of his new book, Charlie Haughey, the man who famously sacked his father.
And finally, comedian Mario Rosenstock will bring some light relief.
The Late Late Show, RTÉ One, 9.35pm, Friday. The Ray D’Arcy Show will air on RTÉ One at 9:50pm on Saturday.