Succession star Brian Cox will not be appearing on tonight's Late Late Show.
Succession fans will have to wait just a little bit longer to see Logan Roy get asked the burning questions by Late Late Show host Ryan Tubridy.
A spokesperson for the show has confirmed that the Scottish actor will not be able to join Tubs for a chat tonight. They said: "Due to unforeseen circumstances, Brian Cox's appearance on tonight’s Late Late Show has been postponed for a later date."
But there is still plenty of excellent entertainment in store for viewers with singer-songwriter Paul Brady, athlete Ciara Mageean, former RTÉ Northern Editor Tommie Gorman and Louis Walsh's new act, as well as Sporty Spice herself, Melanie C.
Melanie C will talk to host Ryan Tubridy about her new memoir, Who I Am, and what it was like to be part of one of the biggest music groups in history. She will also discuss the downsides of achieving that level of fame and how she's found peace in her life after all these years.
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Singer-songwriter Paul Brady will talk about pursuing his Crazy Dreams over his long and eclectic career, taking in everything from the inspiration behind The Island, finding success again after winding up penniless in America, performing his own song alongside Tina Turner in front of an Irish audience, to teaching Bob Dylan how to play The Lakes of Ponchartrain. The Late Late will also have a special performance from the man himself of The Island.
It's been a stunning season for Ireland's Ciara Mageean: a silver medal at this summer's European Athletics Championships was followed by a record-breaking 1500m of 3:56.63 that saw her shatter Sonia O'Sullivan's 27-year national record by two seconds. The track star will discuss a whirlwind few months, and Sonia O'Sullivan will drop by to celebrate her success.
Retired RTÉ Northern Editor Tommie Gorman will reflect on a broadcasting career of over 40 years, including early life in Sligo, politics North and South of the border and his love of sport.
And... he launched Boyzone on The Late Late Show, cue the drumroll for the TV debut of Louis Walsh's new boyband, Next in Line.
The Late Late Show, Fridays, RTÉ One and RTÉ Player, 9:35pm