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Marty Morrissey in full 1916 regalia took Ireland by storm on last night's Late Late

He went ALL OUT.

LAST NIGHT, THE Late Late Show decided to mark the 1916 centenary the best way they knew how: by having an assortment of presenters dress up in costumes.

1916 Source: RTÉ Player

Yes, Marty Morrissey, Marty Whelan, Bláthnaid Ní Chofaigh, Liz Nolan and Sean O’Rourke showed up in period garb and had a chat about 1916 and this weekend’s centenary celebrations.

And nobody could cope.

In particular, nobody could cope with Marty Morrissey, who went ALL OUT. 

marty Source: RTÉ Player

His moustache was everything.

And drew comparisons to Parks & Recreation’s Ron Swanson

His eyebrows were the envy of every gal in the country

*wiggles eyebrows*

“Andale, andale!”

Was it for this, etc.

As if we needed further proof that it was Marty’s night, here he is doing a face swap with Rozanna Purcell

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Written by Amy O’Connor and posted on DailyEdge.ie

Read: Massive concert to mark 1916: 1,100 singers from 32 choirs join forces with RTÉ orchestra

Read: Poll: Will you be attending an event over the 1916 centenary weekend?

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