The Late Late Show will honour Vicky Phelan this week


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Ryan Tubridy took to Instagram this week to share how devastated he was at the loss of his friend, Vicky Phelan.

The CervicalCheck campaigner passed away early on Monday morning.

So it makes sense that this week’s Late Late Show will pay tribute to the woman who worked tirelessly to make sure that what happened to her will never happen again.

The Stunning will also brew up a storm as they remember Vicky in a special musical performance dedicated to one of their biggest fans.

Pic: Facebook/Ryan Tubridy

Elsewhere on the night, Hollywood royalty Jane Seymour will join Ryan live in studio to chat about what it takes to be a leading lady, her love of Ireland and what we can expect from season two of Harry Wild.

13-year-old Alisha Weir, will talk about how she swapped The Toy Show stage for the lead role opposite Emma Thompson, in the upcoming movie of Matilda.

Pic: VIP Ireland

Eamon Dunphy will sit down with Ryan ahead of the World Cup kicking off next week and explain why he feels deeply uncomfortable about the upcoming tournament and why it’s time for football to take a stand.

Athy’s Jack L, otherwise known as Jack Lukeman will perform Sundogs in the Moonshine.

The Late Late Show airs on RTÉ One this Friday at 9:35 pm


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