Late Late Toy Show 2022: Ryan Tubridy urges parents to get jelly as theme for tonight’s special reveal

There’s really no place like home tonight as over a million spectators are expected to watch The Late Late Toy Show from the comfort of their couches.

His epic Christmas celebration of the year will be themed with classic children’s stories. Wizard of Oz when Ryan Tubridy took center stage on the Yellow Brick Road and reveled in all that Technicolor glory.

He revealed that the team on the long-running RTÉ program started planning the event this summer as they tried to “assess the mood of the country”.

“In July, we thought that as we move into November, there will be a cost of living and bills issues and so on, so we expected that, we tried to think about the subject. problem, and with that in mind, we said we were going to get back to basics, he said.

“Therefore Wizard of Oz Pure Christmas for me. It’s the lovely dream of ‘There’s no place like home’. It’s simple, nostalgic, colorful and romantic in its ideals and we think it’s perfect.

“It is the idea that there is no place like home, in spite of everything, with Toy exhibitionall the way to the couch, really.

“Unfortunately, there aren’t so many TV shows left where people will put down their phones for a few hours and come join everyone else. So we’ll follow the Yellow Brick Road all the way home. That’s the plan.”

Tubridy believes the country needs an improvement this year, because although Ireland is entering a post-pandemic period, it is “still pretty bleak for everyone”.

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“We’re coming out of the pandemic and there’s post-pandemic stress disorder where we haven’t really dealt with what the hell happened there because we just keep going and going into a crisis. other. I think it’s really, really needed now,” he said.

Speaking of the lavish setting, which took months to plan, Tubridy compared it to a rainbow.

“That would be the feel of Technicolor,” he said. “It can feel like Ireland and the world right now is a bit like Kansas – and we’re like Oz, so it’s really bright and colorful.”

Although he was tasked with making sure the show ran smoothly and would be at the center of events (even taking part in the tightly choreographed opening, he confirmed), he insisted The spotlight will definitely focus on the talented young people who share the studio floor.

“My role has been reduced to so trivial that if you blink long enough you’ll miss it,” Tubridy said. “But I am ready for this. I will do whatever they ask – you have to buy in full. And that’s why I’m so excited and really nervous.”

He said that there might be a celebrity guest on the show and there will be a special performance in the middle of the show.

“There is a song in the middle of the show that is pure Christmas. We felt like we needed more Christmas so we picked this song and it goes back to the Dean Martin-Bing Crosby vibe. So I disappear and appear in a winter wonderland, but there’s a related song there,” he said.

Tonight’s epic show will see over 200 young performers and toy testers, with the youngest just four years old. Last year, the show was the most popular show of 2021, with 1.56 million viewers watching it live – 1.8 million watched at some point over the weekend.

When asked if he feels any pressure ahead of this year’s show – his 14th year standing before it – Tubridy said there are “big expectations for the show”. Toy exhibition each year”.

“I don’t compete with myself, but I always try to be the best with the show,” he said. “Last year, it was great. Then it’s like, ‘What can we do next year, don’t do it not necessarily better but definitely a little bit different.

“When Toy exhibition doesn’t turn on and I’m walking around Clifden or Dublin or whatever and you’re the ‘toy man’ to kids all year round, it’s one of the best, weirdest gifts I’ve ever been given donate.

“I went to a wonderful school in Finglas this week, St Finian’s, with amazing teachers. They want to know three things in every classroom. One, how old are you? Two, what are you doing in our school? Dad, do you like Fanta?

“But the thing is, there are expectations when you’re the ‘toy man’ and it’s huge, so this show is really important. It’s important to me, to us and to the children in the country. Lately, people assume that adults like it just as much as children, which I think is a shame because it’s not for them. It was great fun, it was a buzz.

As viewers of last year’s show will recall, with the Fanta incident with Tubridy, he said the scene itself was “completely unpredictable”.

“The six-year-olds, they’re alive, they’re so excited, they’ve got jelly coming out of their ears and I don’t know what’s going to happen next,” he described the atmosphere.

“It was a car that hit the brakes and rolled down a very long hill. Scary Why am I doing this?”

Tonight, he said, parents should give in to their children by letting them enjoy their favorite foods while they stay awake to watch the show.

“Jelly, pizza and soft drinks, multiplies to six billion dollars,” he said. “I want my parents to have dementia. I want them to hate me so much. That’s part of my job – I’m an ally of the kids.”

As for how he relaxes after such an intense experience, he has set aside time to rest after learning from past mistakes.

“Last year, I took a day off – it was really stupid. It was exhausting,” he said.

“This year, I got three days off and that allowed me to fully recover. I’m going to go see Christy Moore with my sisters, and that would be a good thing to do, just come down.

Regarding his plans to continue hosting the show, he said: “Who knows? I don’t know myself. Here I am now and I don’t think too far ahead, but so far, so good.”

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