We're liking the look of this Late Late Show lineup this Friday, which includes a Game of Thrones star and an Irish rugby legend, and Nickleback. Yep, Nickleback.

The Game of Thrones star will be actor Liam Cunningham, who of course plays Ser Davos Seaworth on the hit show, aka The Onion Knight. Liam joins Ryan to chat about his recent visit to a Syrian refugee camps in Jordan and what he thinks the Irish Government - and the Irish people - should be doing to help.

Limerick legend Paul O'Connell will chat about what life is like now that he has hung up his rugby boots, and he'll be giving his take on the Irish team that reached new heights with a Grand Slam and back-to-back Six Nations titles. He also lets Ryan know where those inspirational team speeches he is famous for came from. Maybe he'll even give one? Actually no, that would just be incredibly cringe for all involved.

Pat Shortt will be in studio chatting about his new film 'The Flag', which is an irreverent take on 1916, and hopefully, he will talk about his recent role in TV3's heartbreaking drama Smalltown.

As well as that, Pippa O'Connor will be in studio to share some of her fashion tips as well as help three volunteers revamp their winter wardrobe.

And as we said at the top, noughties rock band Nickleback are going to be on ahead of their 3Arena show on Sunday. Need a reminder of one of their songs? Funny you should say...

That hair though.