Tonight's Late Late Show took a walk on the wild side...
Tonight's Late Late Show took a walk on the wild side.
Especially for Valentine's weekend, the Late Late Show took things up a notch with both Ryan's guests and the audience ready for giggles.
Loud and proud, Kate Hopkins appeared on the show and got two "offers" from willing Irish men in the audience.
Meanwhile, Ronan O'Gara made the audience guffaw when he made a tongue-in-cheek remark about his wife Jessica.
Ryan asked Ronan about his family life and whether he considered his massive 2,625 point career haul a greater achievement than raising five children under the age of 6 with his wife Jessica.
“I wouldn’t be nervous getting up on Jessica but I would be nervous kicking a ball,” he said to howls of laughter from the audience.
Ronan o'gara you are a dead man walking! "I wouldn't be nervous getting up on Jessica but was nervous kicking for Ireland". #LateLateShow— Miriam Donohoe (@miriamdonohoe) February 13, 2015
He added he had “a champion of a wife” and thanked her for leaving her home and friends in Ireland to move to France where O’Gara works as a coach with Racing Metro and current Irish out-half Johnny Sexton.
Twitter was alive with viewers' reactions to the show tonight.
Katie Hopkins is such a breath of foul air #LateLateShow— John Maguire (@maguiresmovies) February 13, 2015
Meanwhile, asked about his relationship with Sexton. O'Gara said the pair had moved from “hating” ach other to being good friends.
“At the start…there was hatred. That’s a strong word but I’m not going to be dishonest with people. He wanted to play out-half for Ireland. I wanted to play out-half for Ireland. It’s a massive title, opportunity.
“Two into one doesn’t go,” he explained.
He added he felt Sexton had been introduced too early into the Irish set up but said he soon realised “he was in the way of a great player”.
He also spoke about the disappointment when he got a call from the then Ireland coach Declan Kidney to inform him he was being left out of the squad.
Pressed on his future, he said he “loved be a TV pundit but indicated he would continue his coaching work and would like to manage the Irish international side one day.