Ireland's disco dancing champion Amanda Gibson demonstrates her prowess.
Late Late Show host Gay Byrne opens the shows with a three legged pair of tights that a member of the audience from Celbridge gave him.
With that out of the way he introduces Amanda Gibson as,
The most outstanding exponent of disco dancing in Ireland at the moment.
Amanda Gibson from Palmerstown in Dublin at the age of 19 became the Irish Disco Dancing Champion.
The competition was run by EMI and first place came with a prize of a Toshiba colour television set, £1,000 in cash, and a further £300 presented to her by Zhivago Nightclub.
Representing Ireland, she went on to enter the World Disco Dancing Championships in London and was placed third out of thirty two countries. She won a further £1,500.
This episode of The Late Late Show was broadcast on 5 January 1980. The presenter is Gay Byrne.