Sarah Carey will perform a cover of The Prodigy’s Smack My Bitch up on Brendan O’Connor’s Saturday Night show when the series returns in September.
Carey will follow Lynda Martin’s footsteps in the line of awkward performances and is set to be thrilled about the chance to do something degrading for women in Ireland through the medium of TV.
She is hoping to bring woman’s rights in Ireland back to the 50’s with her performance of the song.
Sarah Carey came out today and said she didn’t mind getting groped and that people shouldn’t make such a big deal about the sexual harassment of women in modern Ireland.
She gave an exclusive interview to The Potato, where she outlined her top 5 tips for dealing with being groped, some of which included groping yourself and just being up for a laugh about it.
Sarah Carey will close out the first show of the new series with her version of the hit dance track, which was first released in 1997, along with a controversial and graphic video.
Sarah will also be staying around after the show to let fans of hers grope her inappropriately, because she has a good sense of humour and is up for the craic.