Nóra Quoirin's parents will be on The Late Late Show this week
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Nóra Quoirin's parents will be appearing on this week's The Late Late Show.
Meabh and Sebastian Quoirin will be joining Ryan Tubridy on Friday night to discuss their daughter's tragic passing, and to thank the Irish public for their continued support.
15 year old Nóra disappeared last August while on holiday with her family in a resort near Seremban, close to Kuala Lumpur.
Her body was discovered near a stream 10 days later, approximately 2.5km from where she was last seen.
The case into Nóra's disappearance has been closed by Malaysian authorities, who have said that "no further action" will be taken.
Meabh and Sebastian have since expressed their shock at the decision, stating that they are "facing considerable prejudice in our search for answers."
"As we have stressed from the beginning of this case, it is crucial to understand how Nóra came to be found where she was," they said.
"As a vulnerable child, with significant physical and mental challenges, we strongly refute any conclusion that Nóra was alone for the entire duration of her disappearance."
The couple will join Tubridy tomorrow night to discuss their continued fight for answers, and to ask the Irish public for their support once again.
Also appearing on The Late Late Show tomorrow night will be The Apprentice's Alan Sugar.
Sir Alan will be sharing his thoughts on Jeremy Corbyn, the British Labour party, and what makes a decent entrepreneur.
Former drummer of The Beatles, Pete Best, will also be joining Ryan to chat about his departure from the most famous band in the world and his own career in music.
Lives performances come from Hermitage Green.
The Late Late Show airs on Friday night at 9.35pm.