Westmeath comedian Alison Spittle and Longford's Love Island star Maura Higgins.

Two local women to appear on Late Late Show Valentine's special

Natives of Ballymore and Ballymahon are among those who will be joining host Ryan Tubridy for tomorrow night's Late Late Show Valentine's special.

Comedian Alison Spittle, from Ballymore, and Love Island star Maura Higgins, from Ballymahon, are among those lined up to appear on a show which RTÉ is billing as "a bumper celebration of love".

Maura Higgins will chat about becoming an overnight success, who she turns to for advice, and bumping into Fifty Shades star Jamie Dornan. She will also be on hand to give audience members some advice regarding matters of the heart.

Alison Spittle and 'Queen of the Jungle' Kerry Katona will join Ryan to chat about their unlikely friendship and doling out advice on everything from bad Dads to dating misadventures on their BBC podcast, Wheel of Misfortune.

The 90s boyband Five will also be appearing on the show.

The Late Late Show Valentine's special airs on RTÉ One on Friday, February 10, at 9.35pm.