It started on the Late Late Show - again.
Next in Line, the new boyband from Louis Walsh, made their television debut on Friday night's Late Late.
Introducing the quintet, Ryan Tubridy said: "You know what? Almost 30 years ago, Louis Walsh launched his new band on the Late Late Show with Gay - and that band went on to sell millions of records as Boyzone. And then Louis proved it wasn't a fluke by doing it all again with Westlife.
"Now, he has his eyes set on the top of the charts once more with a new fivesome. They're here tonight to make their TV debut. Let's give them a warm welcome and wish them the best of luck - Next in Line."
The group - Conor O'Farrell, Harry O'Connell, Conor David, Neung Kelly and Joshua Regala - performed a cover of James TW's When You Love Someone, receiving cheers from the crowd as they wrapped up their debut - with their proud parents watching from the audience.
"Well done, lads. Good job," said the host.
"If you'd like to see them in person, they'll be busking... You're going busking on Grafton Street tomorrow! Tell Louis Walsh, 'You can get better than that!'
"You're there at four o'clock tomorrow. You're lovely fellas off-air and on-air and we wish you [the best].
"There's a few mammies in the audience who were nervous like you were doing your Leaving Cert ten times in a row! Are you happy, mammies and daddies? Well done, lads."