Ryan Tubridy will be joined by Toy Show stars Adam King, Michael Maloney and Saoírse Ruane on tonight's Late Late Show as he reveals news about the money donated by the public as part of last year's festive extravaganza.
Speaking on his RTÉ Radio 1 show on Thursday, the host said: "[I'm] very excited today, preparing to tell you some news tomorrow night on the Late Late Show about the Toy Show and the remarkable amount of money that you kindly gave to the children of Ireland and we're putting a bit of shape on that. [There's] Such a big feeling of gratitude from us to you for all the things you did on that gorgeous night.
"We'll be joined by Michael and Saoírse and Adam. You're going to love it; it's just so warm and 'un-Covidy' and pleasant and upbeat and optimistic. So, we'll bring you that tomorrow. It's a good news story."
Tubridy also revealed that presenter Laura Whitmore will be among his guests, and that he will ask her "what's happening" with Love Island for 2021.
Ryan will also speak with Zoe Holohan, the Dubliner whose life was torn apart during the Greek wildfires of 2018, which claimed the life of her new husband Brian just days into their honeymoon.
Dermot O'Leary will discuss embracing fatherhood and precious time in lockdown with the new addition to his family in London, and missing his family in Wexford.
Una Healy will be in studio to discuss her new music, leaving the UK for life back home in Tipperary with her two children, and her hopes about The Saturdays reuniting. Una will also debut her brand-new single, Swear It All Again.
And there will be more music from Picturehouse will be in studio for a performance of their classic hit single, Sunburst.
The Late Late Show, RTÉ One, 9:35pm