It's that time of the year: the Late Late Toy Show takes place tonight, and for many it's the official start of the festive season.
The theme of this year's show is Disney's Frozen.
As well as the usual performances, toy testers and surprise guests, there will be a special tribute to the late Gay Byrne.
For the first time ever the show will also be signed live for the deaf community.
Ahead of what will be his 11th year to host the show, Ryan Tubridy is teasing how he'll appear when the cameras go live in Donnybrook.
The opening number for tonight's show is said to be the host's "most outrageous to date".
He said: "They had the choice between making me a handsome, debonair prince... or a squat goofy snowman. Tune in!
“It involves a very toothy grin...even my own weren't sufficient for the occasion!”
Ryan said an emphasis this year - inspired by the chosen movie theme - will be on families coming together and gathering to watch the show.
He added: "It's not a picture perfect portrayal of family, because every family is different, and they come in all shapes and sizes.
"It doesn't matter, once you are there together and are happy and surrounded by people you love, that's what it’s all about."
As ever, it will be a particularly big night for the young singers, dancers and entertainers who've been chosen to appear on the show.
Eamonn Coffey from Tipperary is among those performing tonight, and he described what it was like to get the call.
He recalled: "When we heard it, we were jumping up and down - we went wild.
"It was always a dream come true for us to be on the Toy Show."
For the first time ever tonight, the show will be signed live for the deaf community.
Amanda Coogan, one of the sign language interpreters, explained: "Deaf families - be they deaf children, or if mommy or daddy are deaf and the children are hearing... they can all watch the Toy Show for the very first time together."
Have your PJs ready and snacks nearby: the show kicks off at 9:35pm.