This week's Late Late Show line-up has been revealed, with Dermot Bannon, CJ Stander and Crona and Suzy Byrne among the guests.

On a jam-packed penultimate Late Late Show of the season, Room to Improve architect Dermot Bannon joins Ryan Tubridy to discuss his new upcoming series focussing on small homes.

Housing is back in the headlines this month and Dermot will offer his solutions to correct the dysfunction.

Dermot Bannon for The Late Late Show

After nine years of playing professional rugby in Ireland, CJ Stander announced he was departing Irish shores with 51 Irish caps, including two wins against the All Blacks, a Grand Slam, a British and Irish Lions tour, as well as his star performances for Munster.

But before he departs, CJ joins Ryan to say goodbye.

CJ Stander to talk about his departure from Irish rugby

Crona and Suzy Byrne will talk about what it was like to grow up as the daughters of Ireland's most famous broadcaster, Gay Byrne.

They will reveal what their relationship with their dad was like and how they have all been coping since his death in November 2019.

With over a million views of his appearance on the Late Late Toy Show, Michael Moloney emerged as one of the Toy Show's brightest stars when he was surprised by global singing sensation Dermot Kennedy.

Now, Michael hopes to follow in Kennedy's footsteps as he releases his first single, All That I Do.

Michael Moloney and Dermot Kennedy on The Toy Show

The inspiring couple Jamie and Georgie Crawford will discuss overcoming adversity after multiple sclerosis (MS) and breast cancer diagnoses.

In a year when lockdown gave people a very small taste of what daily life is like for carers of vulnerable people, Ryan will talk with two mothers, Katie Healy-Nolan and Nina Fitzpatrick, who care full-time for children with disabilities.

And James Vincent McMorrow will perform a world exclusive of his brand-new single Paradise.

The Late Late Show, RTÉ One, Friday, May 21 at 9.35pm