Viewers of the RTE Late Late Show were left stunned by the performance of Operation Transformations leader Sarah O’Connor.
The leader of Operation Transformation showed off his great singing talent on Tonight’s Late Late Show.
The Tipperary native is a wedding singer and said she’s happy to be able to perform again as Covid restrictions are eased.
The leader of Operation Transformation gave an ‘excellent’ performance when she performed River Deep – Mountain High on RTE.
RTE viewers loved her performance and called it “ghostly”.
Noel tweeted: “Sarah, this is amazing, someone please invite me to a quick wedding.”
One fan said: “Sarah on #OperationTransformation gave her socks on #LateLateShow and play fair to her, good luck!”
Another said: “It’s so beautiful to open the show for Tubridy.”
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This happened after Sarah was called “food police“after she got mad at her family for eating pizza.
In this week’s episode, Sarah started the week off strong as she went for a quick and cold dip with her mom.
However, she was less than impressed with her family after they had a cheeky exchange and she discussed it at the dinner table.
US FOOD WAR
She said: “I know you ate pizza yesterday.
“Every time I’m not in the house, it can’t spoil can it? That can’t happen because now you’re not hungry for dinner and the problem is when you eat processed food and you eat it If the food isn’t good, it’s not that the food is bad, then what happens is that you’re not hungry for good dinners.
“So it has to work on a large scale right? It has to be. So even if I’m not here, it has to work well.”
Padraig, her husband, later said, “Even when we were kids, Friday dinner was one of the delicious meals of the week because it shuns mundane things.
“So I rushed out and gave them the pizza. You know what? Maybe a pizza for the kids isn’t the end of the world.”
https://www.thesun.ie/tv/8245388/late-late-show-viewers-stunned-performance-operation-transformation-sarah/ Late Late Show viewers stunned by the performance of Transformation Campaign frontman Sarah O’Connor