Gráinne Seoige spoke to RTÉ.ie about her forthcoming programmes on RTÉ and shared her views on Ryan Tubridy helming 'The Late Late Show'.
The former 'Seoige' presenter said: "I’m working on 'The All Ireland Talent Show' and it’s coming back bigger and better than ever before.
"There’s going to be a lot more shows starting from November going right through to St. Patrick's Day, there’s an extended season.
"So even though there are cutbacks we’re actually getting a bigger run at it this year which I’m really excited about.
Speaking about her other shows she said: "I also got to do the ‘People of the Year Awards’ last year, which I’ll be doing again in September and the ‘Up for the Matches’.
"I’ve gotten to do quite different shows which I’m really pleased about because I think the more variety, the more challenge and the more interested you become in your job."
Talking about her sister, former 'Seoige' co-presenter Síle, she said: "I will miss her, there’s no doubt about it. I never expected there to be an opportunity for us to be working so closely together and I will miss her.
"I know she’s going to be working on other stuff and it's not like we’re going to be fading out of each others lives but it was such a blessing to have the year that we had together and to work together every day."
In relation to Tubridy helming 'The Late Late Show' she said: "I’m so excited for Ryan, I was just talking to him the other day and he’s really excited too.
"I think he’s under no illusions of the work that’s cut out for him but I think he’s the man for it. I really, really do and I think he’ll bring it forward, change it and make it new."