The line-up for this week's Late Late Show has been revealed, with a Hollywood star among Friday night's guests.
A-list actress Jamie Lee Curtis will be appearing on the show to talk about starring in the eagerly anticipated Halloween reboot, which is out in cinemas on October 19.
She will also chat to Ryan Tubridy about what it was like to grow up as the daughter of two Hollywood greats, Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh, before going on to become a huge star in her own right, appearing in successful films like Halloween, True Lies, My Girl and A Fish Called Wanda.
Also appearing on the show will be actress and writer Amy Huberman who is gearing up to launch her new comedy series Finding Joy, in which she stars alongside Laura Whitmore and Aisling Bea.
Huberman will chat about creating the show from scratch and what it's like bringing a labour of love to the small screen.
Meanwhile, Grand Tour presenter Francis Brennan will be chatting about his new book, A Gentleman Abroad: Francis Brennan’s Travel Tales, and he’ll be sharing some of the funniest and best memories of his travels.
Comedian Dara Ó Briain will be revealing the secret science behind everyday life from the minute you wake up to when you go to sleep.
Broadcaster Mary Kennedy will be joining Ryan about suffering a burn-out last year and her new approach to living and being comfortable in her own skin.
There will be music from Derry singer SOAK and West End star Killian Donnelly singing a classic from Les Miserables.
Plus, there's a fantastic competition up for grabs as viewers will also get a chance to join Ryan Tubridy as part of The Late Late Show studio audience in London next week along with a €10,000 cash prize.
Watch The Late Late Show, RTÉ One, Friday, October 5 at 9.35pm.