From Ryan's highly-anticipated Christmas jumper to pooing unicorns (yup, you read that right). Check out all of the highlights from this year's Toy Show here.
Jazz hands at the ready!
Ryan proved that he really is The Greatest Showman during a sensational intro that involved stilt walkers, drummers, and of course, an amazing bunch of talented kids.
Fair play to Ryan and all of the kids involved in the show-stopping routine. What a catchy tune too! We've a feeling it will be stuck in our head for the whole weekend. Move over Baby Shark dance.
Where's Me Jumper?
Ryan Tubridy donned a Christmas jumper which can only mean one thing - it's officially Christmas boys and girls. This year he went for a fireplace-themed geansaí. To say it was lit is an understatement.
From the blazing sequin fire to the embroidered stockings handing from the mantelpiece, it was EPIC. Bloggers take note, no #fashionfail here.
Not going down the toilet
What is a Poo-nicorn you say? Well, after tonight, a lot of you out there will be explaining to your little ones why their pee isn't pink and blue. You can thank new toy Poopsie Surprise for that one. Donagh was a complete superstar!
Fancy a floating house and unlimited wifi?
Attention: this is not a drill. Cormac Whelan Fox is a name to remember.
The budding builder is set to sort out the housing crisis by creating apartments and "stuff to live in".
He's also going to make a floating house for his lucky mum with a pool and free service. And the bonus is - we all get UNLIMITED wifi. Sold!
Check point ahead!
This little guy has passed his stint at Templemore with flying colours and now he is on the hunt for the bad guys.
Go easy on the soft drinks tonight lads and make sure you have ID with you at all times!
Rachel Coyne hit the right notes with the audience and received a standing ovation for her stunning performance. She even landed a recording session with Windmill Lane. This girl is definitely going places. The voice of an angel.
The Big Question
GAA hero Davy Fitz stunned a young fan by arriving on set - and he even promised to sign his book. Kerry native Michael was shocked when his sporting icon popped out to say hello during the much-loved book segment of the show.
The 11-year-old was completely gobsmacked by the surprise visit but he still manged to ask the star a very important question. What a pro!
Not All Heroes Wear Capes
Scott from Athlone was hailed a hero for giving a bone marrow transplant to his little cousin Grace as she was suffering from Leukaemia.
Speaking to Ryan on the show, Scott told Ryan he did the procedure because he "wanted to save her life".
Scott was surprised with a live meet and greet with his favourite rugby stars – including Rob Kearney, who said Scott was the "real hero" in the room.
You can catch up on all of the fun and happenings on the RTÉ Player.