Hozier, Covid-19, Miriam O'callaghan

Hozier, Covid-19

Hozier performs 'The Parting Glass' in honour of Covid-19 victims | JOE.ie

A powerful performance by @Hozier on a unique Late Late

28/03/2020 13:51:00

A powerful performance by Hozier on a unique Late Late

Hozier performs 'The Parting Glass' in honour of Covid-19 victims

Dave HanrattyA powerful performance on a unique Late Late.Miriam O'Callaghan made history on Friday night as the first woman to ever host The Late Late Show from start to finish.It proved to be a fateful night for the country even before she took to the stage, with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar announcing

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new restrictive measures, effectively amounting to a two-week lockdown.Varadkar began his address by expressing his condolences for those who have passed away as a result of the Covid-19 coronavirus thus far, confirming the death of a healthcare worker in the process.

Later, in the Late Late Show studio, Miriam O'Callaghan would welcome Hozier, present to issue a plea for people to.Introducing his stirring performance of 'The Parting Glass', O'Callaghan noted:"I'd like to dedicate it to all the people who've lost their lives to this virus but in particular the health worker who died today."

"Absolutely," Hozier nodded.You can watch his performance below.Clip viaWorking from home for the first time? Check out All In for tips...Working from home for the first time? Check out All In for tips...Barry Murphy and Andrew Trimble are back together (but staying apart) as they host the latest House of Rugby from their houses. The lads are joined by Ulster and Ireland scrumhalf John Cooney. They talk about staying positive during wild times, the pay deferral agreement made between Rugby Players Ireland and the IRFU, and chat movies too.

Barry Murphy and Andrew Trimble are back together (but staying apart) as they host the latest House of Rugby from their houses. The lads are joined by Ulster and Ireland scrumhalf John Cooney. They talk about staying positive during wild times, the pay deferral agreement made between Rugby Players Ireland and the IRFU, and chat movies too.

Barry Murphy and Andrew Trimble are back together (but staying apart) as they host the latest House of Rugby from their houses. The lads are joined by Ulster and Ireland scrumhalf John Cooney. They talk about staying positive during wild times, the pay deferral agreement made between Rugby Players Ireland and the IRFU, and chat movies too.

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