There is a huge line-up on tomorrow night's Late Late Show. Celebrity chef Nigella Lawson, Liberties singer Imelda May and jockey Kieren Fallon join Conor McGregor and Ibrahim Halawa on the programme.
Ibrahim will talk about spending four years in an Egyptian jail, awaiting trial relating to a protest in Cairo. In September he was acquitted of all charges but it was another month before he would set foot on Irish soil again. He’ll talk about what it is like to finally be free, what he intends on doing next and he'll be addressing the rumours surrounding his imprisonment.
MMA champ Conor McGregor recorded his interview earlier this week in front of a live studio audience that included his partner Dee Devlin and their son Conor Jr. He talks about fatherhood and fighting Floyd Mayweather and apologises for using homophobic language in a recent clip that went viral. He also discusses the new movie Conor McGregor: Notorious.
Nigella Lawson will be chatting her new book At My Table. While, Imelda May will be talking about performing at McGregor's fight in Vegas againt Mayweather and taking her music in a new direction.
Jockey Kieren Fallon will discuss facing years in prison for a crime he did not commit, battling depression and how he ended up seeking help in a psychiatric hospital.
The Academic will perform U2’s In God’s Country from the charity album The Joshua Tree - New Roots.
The Late Late Show airs on Friday, November 3rd at 9.35pm.