Lynsey Bennett and Foo Fighters frontman Grohl to appear on Late Late Show

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Lynsey Bennett And Foo Fighters Frontman Grohl To Appear On Late Late Show
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The line up for this week's Late Late Show has been announced, with Lynsey Bennett among Ryan Tubridy's guests for Friday night.

Earlier this week, Ms Bennet settled a High Court action regarding the alleged misinterpretation of her smear test as part of the CervicalCheck screening programme.

The mother-of-two from Co Longford, who is now seriously ill with cervical cancer, sued the HSE, Irish testing laboratory Eurofins Biomnis Ireland Ltd, Sandyford Industrial Estate, Dublin and US laboratory Quest Diagnostics Incorporated, New Jersey.

A letter of regret from CervicalCheck was also read out in court by the screening programme's CEO Fiona Murphy, stating: "I wish to acknowledge the many challenges that you have faced as a result of your diagnosis.

"I appreciate that this has been a very difficult time for you and your family and I hope you find some solace with the conclusion of this process."

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Tubridy will also be joined by Nirvana drummer and Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl to discuss his memories of Nirvana's 1991 concert in Cork and headlining Slane Castle in 2015.

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Singer-songwriter Ronan Keating will also feature, discussing the challenges of creating music during the pandemic and the birth of his daughter last March.

Ryan will have a look back at a strange year for the GAA, reliving some high and low points across the country with Sportfile's Ray McManus, presenting some of the images included in their book, A Season of Sundays.

The Riptide Movement will provide the musical entertainment, performing their single It All Works Out, while Ryan will also answer the garda call for members of the public to follow in their footsteps and take part in the viral Jerusalema dance challenge.

The Late Late Show airs on RTÉ One, Friday night at 9.35pm.

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