JOURNALIST AND AUTHOR Caitlin* Moran will be on the Late Late tonight (with Louis Walsh and Tulisa. SCREAM), hightailing it to RTÉ after an appearance at Eason’s on O’Connell.
She’s in Ireland to celebrate the release of her new book ‘Moranthology’. Journalist Sinéad Gleeson will be hosting the Eason’s events, and those with coveted tickets will be able to put their questions to Moran.
If you’re going along to Eason’s watch out for the size of Moran’s hair. She’s tweeted this afternoon that she’s “about to find out if Nivea deodarant is as effective as dry shampoo for hair embiggening”.
As for the Late Late appearance, Moran’s been getting some advice from Twitter pal and journalist Grace Dent about what to expect:
Dent has also advised:
Moran has requested that Ryan Tubridy’s house band The Camembert Quarter play the long (dirty) version of Azealia Bank’s 212 as her entrance hymn. Now THAT we’d like to see.
*Pronounced ‘Cat-linn’. Don’t get me started.