- 07 Oct 21
Manchester United legend Peter Schmeichel will also make an appearance.
The lineup of guests for this week’s Late Late Show has been announced, with Oscar-nominated actress Ruth Negga and Rosanna Davison set to appear on the show.
Negga will join host Ryan Tubridy to discuss her incredible career as well as her latest film Passing. The actress will also discuss her plan to star alongside Daniel Craig in Macbeth on Broadway next year.
Davison will discuss her struggles with motherhood on the show as she tells her story of suffering 15 miscarriages, surrogacy and carrying identical twins through the pandemic.
Former Manchester United goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel is slated to discuss his famous spell at the club along with his regret at leaving. Schmeichel will also speak about his father - who was a Polish double-agent - and his son Kasper, who is goalkeeper for Leicester City and the Denmark National team.
Andrew McGinley will appear on the show to discuss life after the tragic deaths of his three beloved children who were killed by his wife and mother of the children, Deirdre Morley.
Kodaline frontman Steve Garrigan will discuss his mental health journey including dealing with his introverted nature, anxiety and panic attacks. The singer will also perform the outfit's 2013 hit, ‘High Hopes.’
The evening’s music will be provided by Susan O’Neill and Mick Flannery, who will perform a duet of the song ‘Are We Free’ from their new album In The Game. Clannad icon Moya Brennan will be joined on accordion by Liam O’Connor to perform her new single ‘Strong in Numbers.’
Watch The Late Late Show this Friday, October 8th, at 9.35pm on RTÉ One.