LAST NIGHT'S edition of the Late Late Show was an eventful one by any means.
The Friday night chat show had something for everyone watching.
The legendary Irish actor Gabriel Byrne talked about topics such as alcoholism and and sexual harassment and politician Mary Lou McDonald spoke of her plans for the future of Ireland as the newly elected president of Sinn Féin.
Welsh rockers Feeder also appeared on the show to provide musical entertainment for the audience.
One part of the show that didn't go down so well with viewers was a picture shown of Seamus Coleman's leg injury.
The picture of the Irish footballer's leg injury as part of a photo competition appealing to viewers.
Upon a close up of the photo where Coleman sustained a double leg break, Tubridy joked "If you look closely at this image, you will see a foot where a foot should not be."
Viewers at home weren't impressed at the mockery made of the Irish player's injury.
Bad form showing Seamus Coleman leg break #LateLateShow
— Willie McDermott (@WDermott) February 16, 2018
— Fintan Marron (@FintanMusic) February 16, 2018
Ah now, having Seamus Coleman’s leg break as an “award winning” picture is taking the mick, the poor fella #LateLateShow
— Dónal Carroll (@doniecarroll) February 16, 2018
ryan tubridy making jokes about seamus coleman’s leg break. what a knob.
— adam. (@cowlilyy) February 16, 2018