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24th Mar 2017

Ireland’s first quintuplets are appearing on The Late Late Show tonight

Laura Holland

There’s something for everyone on tonight’s Late Late Show.

The stars of Dancing with the Stars are set to appear on the show. As they prepare to battle it out for the coveted glitterball trophy, Ryan will be catching up with the final three contestants, Aidan O’Mahony, Aoibhin Garrihy and Denise McCormack and their dancing partners.

Ireland’s first quintuplets, Amy, Cian, Conor, Dearbháil and Rory Cassidy will return to The Late Late Show 15 years after their first appearance alongside mum Veronica and dad Kevin.

Chanelle McCoy, the newest businesswoman to join Dragon’s Den, will be joined by long-term Dragon Gavin Duffy to tell the viewers what she’s looking for as she prepares to invest in some of Ireland’s brave innovators.

Journalist Jon Ronson will discuss the ever growing problem of online shaming, as more and more people become targets of mobs on Twitter.

Comedian turned writer Julian Clary will join Ryan to discuss his career, as well as tying the knot at 57.

Ten years ago, Colette and Anthony Wolfe lost their beloved daughter Leanne to suicide two weeks after her 18th birthday. The inquest that followed revealed she had been coping with prolonged bullying in the years before her death. Colette and Anthony will share their story and talk about their efforts to stop the same thing happening to other teens.

Tonight’s music line-up includes Elvis impersonator Ben Portsmouth and up and coming Longford band Brave Giant.

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