Who needs Tinder when you have Tubs? The best Twitter reaction to the Late Late Valentine's special
Who needs Tinder when you have Tubridy?
Cupid took aim at Montrose as the annual Valentine’s Day themed Late Late Show hit TV screens.
The programme opened with a bang as Linda Martin and comedian Al Porter performed 1981 rock ballad Dead Ringer for Love - originally recorded by Cher and Meatloaf.
The 200 audience members also took part in the all-singing opening number cheering Al and Linda on.
Ryan Tubridy was playing the part of “the nation's wingman” helping lonely hearts find love.
Ryan described the ladies and gents in the audience as “single and salivating” and promised viewers the “most debauched and depraved” night on Irish TV - ever.
Things got off to a boisterous start with Al Porter telling the audience he walked in on Linda in a state of undress in the fitting room.
“I saw the full f***y and said ‘Why Me?’," Porter said jokingly referring to Linda’s Eurovision winning song.
He also tried to convince Linda Martin to kiss Ryan but sadly this didn’t happen.
The breakout star of last year’s show Deano returned to tell the crowd that despite many valiant attempts to bag a girlfriend, he is still single.
The ‘Shift Cam’ was a hit with the audience and resulted in several couples locking lips.
Here is the best reaction to the show on Twitter:
My TV just died.— Philip Nolan (@philipnolan1) February 10, 2017