SEVERAL Irish acts joined forces to perform a stunning Cranberries medley in tribute to late singer Dolores O'Riordan.
Singers Emma Langford and Kellie Lewis, the Irish Chamber Orchestra and the Line-Up Choir performed hits including Linger, Dreams and Zombie.
The performance came on the first episode of the latest series of The Late Late Show ahead of what would have been the singer's 50th birthday on Monday.
It was watched by O'Riordan's mother Eileen and her former band mate Fergal Lawler.
Asked about the performance, Eileen told host Ryan Tubridy: "It makes me very happy and very proud.
"She did a lot and she left a great legacy behind."
Eileen also revealed she hasn't been able to cry about her daughter since her passing in January 2018.
"I can't cry after Dolores, I haven't cried yet," she said.
"In her last few years I suppose she was sick, maybe that's it, and I know she’s happy now."
Lawler added that he and his fellow band members had compiled a playlist of the band's songs that remind them of O'Riordan.
The playlist will form part of a live stream that will feature the members chatting about the songs as well as taking questions from fans.
It is set to broadcast on Monday, September 6 at 7pm on the band's Facebook page.
You can see the full Late Late Show performance and interview on RTÉ Player by clicking here.