Late Late needs saving from private Ryan
If Tubridy refuses to ask the hard questions, then he shouldn't be in the interviewer's chair, argues Niamh Horan
IT'S the perfect time for a fresh start. After Ryan Tubridy's uninspiring two years at the helm of The Late Late Show, last week's viewing figures for the show were, according to insiders, the lowest since he took over: 588,200 to be precise.
Behind the predictable lines of questioning and mind-numbing interviews, there's a personal gripe that Tubridy needed to shake off if he ever wanted to shine under the Late Late spotlights. And thus far he has failed miserably.
You see, Ryan hates the little people wanting to know about his private life.