Maia Dunphy is among the guests for this Friday's Late Late Show.
The TV presenter and writer, who has a two-year-old son, Tom, with her husband Johnny Vegas, will be appearing on the show to share her experiences of motherhood, from dealing with unwanted advice, sleep deprivation and competitive parents.
Meanwhile, there will plenty of musical entertainment as Irish soprano Celine Byrne will join the RTÉ Concert Orchestra for a rendition of Climb Ev’ry Mountain from The Sound of Music and American singer Gregory Porter will perform Charlie Chaplin's Smile.
Pete Conway, who is no stranger to singing for Irish audiences having joined his son Robbie Williams on stage at the Aviva earlier this year, will join the orchestra to sing the Joe Dolan classic Good Lookin' Woman.
Also joining Ryan Tubridy on the couch will be actor and writer Michael Harding, football legend Graeme Souness and the stars of RTÉ 2's Salon Confidential, who will be in studio to give one audience member a make-over.
The show will also pay tribute to the people across Ireland who helped minimise the impact of Storm Ophelia, the worst weather event this country has endured in 50 years.
Watch The Late Late Show, RTÉ One, Friday, October 20th at 9.35pm.