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Thursday 1 June 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# Chat Show

All time
# Great Setpectations
Seven mountains Ray D'Arcy needs to climb tomorrow night
No pressure.
# top ten
David Letterman officially retired last night, and got all his celeb mates to make fun of him
Tina Fey, Jim Carrey, Jerry Seinfeld… Literally everyone who has ever been famous for being funny.
# mean tweets
The latest edition of celebrities reading mean tweets is the filthiest one yet
“The weather in New York right now is like a young Britney Spears. Pretty hot, kinda gross”.
# behind the chicken shop
16 Jeremy Kyle show titles that will make you question everything
Did you have sex with another woman on Coronation Street?
# the sound of julie
Julie Andrews reminded us that she's a global treasure on Graham Norton last night
The woman is a legend.
# jlaw
Jennifer Lawrence plays weird game with Jimmy Fallon, wins back our hearts and minds
“Inside my box, is a very curious thing. Which is not the first time I’ve said that.”
# graham morto
Juliette Binoche was utterly lost on Graham Norton last night
Oh God, make it stop.
# on the sly
Sylvester Stallone punched Graham Norton on his show last night
While Robert de Niro watched.
# Late Late Show
In pictures: The Late Late Show celebrates 50 years on air
Guests line up on the RTÉ’s red carpet for anniversary special…
# Late Late Show
6 memorable moments from 50 years of the Late Late Show
From tearing up Toy Show tickets to Padraig Flynn’s appearance, here are some of the chat show’s highlights. Tell us your favourites…
# Your Say
Poll: Should the Late Late Show be scrapped?
RTE says it is happy with the ratings for the first show of the new season – but do you think it’s time for a change on Friday nights?
# chatty men
Saturday Night Show tops Late Late for guest costs
Brendan O’Connor show spent over €5,000 more on guests than Ryan Tubridy-fronted show. Between them, they shelled out €265,318 on filling the guest seats last season.
# Ryan Tubridy
BBC rolls out the red carpet for Ryan
Beeb makes formal announcement that Tubridy on his way to “work his magic”.
# The View
Obama appears on daytime chatshow
Barack Obama appears on The View to discuss life’s “roses and thorns.”
# TV
Norton to replace Ross
Did the boy from Bandon ever dream things could get this good?