Brendan O'Carroll, Philly McMahon, Franc and Late Late Show karaoke lined up for Friday night
Aside from karaoke, Nathan Carter will be performing
Three amateur singers will battle it out for the Late Late Show karaoke crown on Friday night.
Also on the show, Mrs Brown's Boys creator and star Brendan O'Carroll will return talk about his upcoming 3Arena stage show, his take on Donald Trump, and what it was like to end up at the centre of Hurricane Irma in Florida.
Ryan Tubridy will also interview Dublin footballer Philly McMahon about his brother's drug-related death and its impact on him and his family which he opens up about in his new book The Choice.
A panel with politician Fidelma Healy Eames, journalist Kitty Holland, and columnist Terry Prone will debate the state of the nation while Fr Joe McDonald will talk about his new book, Why The Irish Church Deserves To Die. He will tell viewers why he believes the Irish Church has failed Jesus and the Gospel.
Also joining Tubs on the sofa will be wedding planner Franc (Peter Kelly), new host of Say Yes to the Dress Ireland, who will talk all things wedding and reveal how his business survived the recession.
Electric Eddie will helm the karaoke competition while the professional singing will come courtesy of country star Nathan Carter.
The Late Late Show, Friday, RTE One, October 13, 9.35pm.