It's all going to get very blokey on the Late Late Show tonight. Rugby hero Paul O'Connell, comedian Pat Shortt and Game of Thrones star Liam Cunningham will be among Ryan Tubridy's guests on the show.
Cunningham, who's best known in recent years for playing Davos Seaworth in the fantasy drama, will be in studio to talk about his recent visit to Syrian refugee camps in Jordan.
He joins Ryan in studio to talk about what he saw and according to RTÉ he'll be discussing what he thinks the Irish Government and the Irish people should be doing to help.
The former Ireland rugby captain and Limerick legend Paul O'Connell will chat about what life is like now that he has hung up his boots.
O'Connell has recently published his autobiography, The Battle, and will be giving viewers his take on the Irish team that reached new heights with a Grand Slam and back-to-back Six Nations titles and where the inspiration from his famous 'fear of God' team talks come from.
Plus, he'll be discussing the revelation in his book that he felt like knocking out Alastair Campbell during the 2005 Lions Tour after he questioned the players' commitment.
Funnyman Pat Shortt will also be in studio to chat about his new film The Flag, a comedy caper loosely based on the 1916 commemorations. He will also be delving into the archives to highlight some hidden gems from an upcoming TV show.
Model and fashionista Pippa O'Connor will be along to perform some makeovers while writer and raconteur Michael Harding will also be joining Ryan on the couch.
Music on the night will be provided by '90s Canadian rockers Nickelback (a band who've been on the receiving end of plenty of internet hate in their time over their music) while Cork singer Mick Flannery, and country crooners The Three Amigos will also be performing in studio.
The Late Late Show on RTÉ One this Friday at 9.35pm.