THE LATE LATE TOY SHOW is looking hire a number of children to perform and be their official toy testers.
Ryan Tubridy, who hosts the show, has appealed to kids across to Ireland to get in touch if they'd be interested in appearing on the programme when it returns in November.
Speaking yesterday on his RTE Radio 1 show, Tubridy said he was looking for kids who could sing or dance or who just have the little bit of something special to show off.
"We want to get as many applications in as possible," he said.
"Normally we open the floodgates in September, but we are opening the floodgates now. If you want to be on the Toy Show, if you are a child and you think 'I can sing I can dance, I can do mimicry, I can do magic, I am the chosen one in the entertainment world', then get in touch.
"You don't have to be an extrovert, you don't have to be beautiful, well, you have to be beautiful inside...You just have to be talented, smart, funny, a bit of craic.
"You can be introverted, extroverted, upstairs, downstairs, inside, outside, it doesn't matter, all you have to do is be a child and that’s your application form; send it in to us.
"And before you know it, you could be talking to our elves, and you could be on The Late Late Toy Show. That is open for business. That's a good news story this Monday morning and we want to hear as many kids in Ireland getting involved so get busy and good luck."
This year’s show will air on November 27 and anyone interested should contact www.rte.ie/latelate.