The full Late Late Show line-up for Friday night has been revealed, with Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald, singer-songwriter Dermot Kennedy and actor Andrew Scott among the guests.

McDonald will be joining Ryan Tubridy to discuss her own recent battle with Covid-19, as well as her views on ongoing government formation developments and the recent general election.

Acclaimed singer-songwriter Dermot Kennedy will be live in studio for a number of special musical performances. He will also voice his support for the work of Brother Kevin's Capuchin Day Centre in Dublin. 

Dermot Kennedy will be live in studio

Orla Tinsley, writer, campaigner and Cystic Fibrosis advocate will be speaking from her home in New York, discussing how she is coping with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and the extra precautions those with CF need to take. 

Andrew Scott, star of Fleabag and Sherlock, will chat to Ryan from London about missing Ireland, his daily check-ins with his Mammy, and his recent Golden Globe nomination. 

Andrew Scott will be chatting about his recent Golden Globe nomination and more

TV presenter and comedian Patrick Kielty swapped life in L.A. for London with Cat Deeley and their two sons earlier this year.

Kielty will tell how Cat is getting on as resident homeschooling headmistress, and why he's looking forward to returning home to Co Down.

Patrick Kielty will be talking about family life and his wife Cat Deeley

Having shot to online fame when a bat flew into the family kitchen, social media sensation Tadgh Fleming will be discussing the latest member of his family to go viral - his 91-year-old grandmother, Mary O'Brien.

Plus, viewers can expect a very special performance from The Fleming's from their home in Co Kerry.

The Late Late Show, Friday, 9:35pm, RTÉ One.