everyone is talking about last night's Late Late Show.
As Storm Emma had pretty much shut down the country it left the late late without an audience and guests.
It was a first for the show but Ryan said the show much go on.
With the most bizarre show to date and an audience of roughly 12 people. Ryan filled the show with random slots like sending Marty Morrissey to report from a wedding in town that went on despite the weather conditions, a seriously long segment on the famine, random interviews with people off the street, and bread for everyone in the audience.
Yep... a LOAF of Brennan's bread for all the audience members.
The #LateLateShow this evening is a wild ride. Marty Morrissey expected to fill 15 minutes, reporting from a local wedding in the Radisson.— Joey (@dadbodworldtour) March 2, 2018
It’s a unique night in the 56 year history of the #LateLateShow..— Jim Sheridan (@Jim_Sheridan) March 2, 2018
For safety reasons we had to cancel the audience BUT the show must go on.
It’s got that “day off school” vibe in the studio 😀 pic.twitter.com/MAXmG3nrfa
Due to the ongoing red alert in Dublin and other counties, The #LateLate Show studio audience has been stood down for this evening. But the show must go on! Join us at 9.35pm on @RTEOne - we've got comedy, music, some good yarns & some weather chat lined up for you #latelate ❄️— The Late Late Show (@RTELateLateShow) March 2, 2018
Tubridy just opened a bag of Maltesers and there was one for everyone in the audience. #LateLateShow— Baz (@bazlyons) March 2, 2018
Fair play to the #latelateshow .. no audience, hardly any guests.... still goes on air.— david murphy (@DavejMurph) March 2, 2018