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This Is How A Kid You Know Can Get On This Year's Late Late Toy Show

By seank

December 20, 2016 at 12:10am

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Christmas may be a while away, but some of us are already thinking about one of its best parts: The Late Late Toy Show.

Ireland's favourite festive programme is now searching for the nation's most talented, funny, and downright cute kids to appear on this year's show.

Here's what the Late Late Show said on their Facebook page,

We're looking young people to make Toy Show 2015 a magical night. So, if there is a young person in your life who is a natural in front of the camera, a talent performer, comedian or just all round show off we'd like to hear from YOU. We're also looking for performing groups, dancers, bands, choirs and singers from all over the country.

And this year we're doing something a bit different. We want to make sure we see you wherever you are, so we're hitting the road and auditioning acts all over the country to make sure we find the best kids, wherever they live.

Take a look at the video below to find out a bit more.

Click here to download the application form, and you'll also need to send a DVD or USB of the young star's performance.

Do it sharpish though, because the closing date is October 5.

And if you happen to be an actual grown-up who wants to be in with a chance to attend the Toy Show this festive season, you can enter yourself into the lottery for tickets here.

Now, let's remind ourselves of one of the most legendary kids to ever appear on the Irish Christmas programme: JohnJoe Brennan.

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