RTÉ 2FM's Jenny Greene has made DJ Calum's dream come true by offering him the chance to play in front of thousands of people at her gig in the Iveagh Gardens next summer.
The Late Late Toy Show took a high octane turn last Friday night with a superb performance by the Kieran brothers - DJ Calum and his 'Hype Man' Jackson.
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After showing off his epic mixing skills, Calum told host Ryan Tubridy that his dream was to play on stage in front of thousands of people.
Viewers were also touched by the love between the brothers, with Calum explaining how much his little bro' means to him.
"He's just the best. He's really funny. I just love him. He helps me out a lot!"
Aaaand we're crying again! ❤️️🥺️— The Late Late Show (@RTELateLateShow) December 3, 2021
DJ Calum and Hype-man Jackson living the dream this week after securing their first big gig next year with @djjennygreene and the @RTE_Co.#LateLate pic.twitter.com/7tdOWEokgH
Returning to The Late Late Show on Friday to tell Tubs all about their hectic week, the Kieran brothers revealed they had been recognised everywhere they went and were quite enjoying their moment in the spotlight.
Tubridy had an extra special surprise for the brothers from 2FM's Jenny Greene. Greene, who is set to tour with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra next summer, asked DJ Calum and Hype Man Jackson to open for her at Dublin's Iveagh Gardens next June.
Overcome with emotion, Calum was absolutely thrilled, and now, what was already set to be one of the music highlights of the summer, is going to be the hottest ticket in town.