Just a week after Roy Keane's appearance, former Republic of Ireland striker Niall Quinn joins Ryan Tubridy on this week's Late Late Show.
He'll tell Ryan about his new role trying to revamp the FAI, what's in store for the Irish team and League of Ireland, what he really thinks about Roy Keane, and Niall will also reveal his biggest regret.
In her first interview since becoming a mother to baby Sophia, former Miss World Rosanna Davison joins Ryan to discuss her surrogacy journey and the difficulties she and her husband experienced along the way.
As Mullingar impressionist Conor Moore prepares to launch his own show in the US, he chats about working with some of the biggest golf stars in the world. Conor (aka Conor Sketches) will also be delivering some home truths straight from the mouths of some of Ireland's best-known people.
With the Press Photographer of the Year Awards taking place tomorrow night, The Late Late Show will take a look at some of this year's acclaimed images from Ireland's press photographers in news, sport and entertainment from the past year, and we will be joined by this year's overall winner.
Andrew Fitzsimons, the Dubliner who climbed the ranks on the hair and beauty scene in Hollywood to become hairdresser to stars including Adele and The Kardashians, joins Ryan to discuss his star-studded line of work.
Plus, some of the inspiring people from an upcoming documentary about the Homeless Street Football and the Homeless World Cup events talk to Ryan.
Cry Monster Cry are among the musical guests.
The Late Late Show, Friday February 28, RTÉ One at 9.35pm.