What would another year of Eurovision be without having a trip down memory lane and celebrating the legend that is Johnny Logan?
As every man, woman and child in the country knows, the 62-year-old singer made history by winning the competition not once, but TWICE: in 1980 with What's Another Year; and again in 1987 with Hold Me Now.
Just to prove that three really is the magic number, and to further cement his legend status, Logan went on to compose Linda Martin's winning entry Why Me? in 1992.
To get fans geared up for the biggest night on the music calendar (not that we need any reminders), Logan will be joining Tubs in the Late Late studio.
He's scheduled to talk about his triple Eurovision feat; what it takes to win the contest these days and will also be giving his take on Brendan Murray’s chances in Kiev.
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As it is a Friday night, viewers can slide into the weekend with a good old-fashioned Eurovision sing-song.
Along with Johnny, a few others will be belting out the tunes including the voice of Eurovision in Ireland, Marty Whelan, country star Cliona Hagan, Eurovision superfan Mairead Ronan, Crystal Swing's Derek Burke, Eurovision winner Paul Harrington and Moone Boy's Rónán Johnston.
Speaking to RTÉ Entertainment about the Late Late's Eurovision fun, Whelan said: "They came up with this ruse to get a few people in to sing a few Eurovision songs. People have an impression that I'm going to be dressed up like Johnny Logan! This is not the plan at all!
"I'll be spotlessly clean - the ladies in wardrobe will have me beautifully turned out - but I won't be dressed à la anyone from the Eurovision."
"They'll select various songs and some of us will try and sing along with them or whatever," Whelan added.
"It's just a bit of craic. Obviously, next week we'll be all up to our neck in Eurovision - I certainly will. It's really just to give a sense of what it's all about, just have a bit of fun with it. That is, of course, my innocent hope!"
The Late Late Show, RTÉ One, 9.35pm