Maura Higgins Among Guests On Late Late Show Line-Up
Maura Higgins will be joining Ryan Tubridy for the first show of the new season of The Late Late Show.
The Longford native has been doing non-stop appearances since leaving The Love Island villa and has secured a job as an Agony Aunt on ITV's This Morning after finishing fourth in the reality show along with her partner Curtis Pritchard.
Speaking about Higgins, Ryan Tubridy said: "It took an Irish woman from Longford to change it all [Love Island].
"She goes on and suddenly the show comes alive. And not even just that it was also won by an Irish man."
Also on the line-up for the show is singer Sinead O'Connor who just sold out a show at Cork Opera House on the Jazz Weekend. Irish comedian and actor Aisling Bea will also be on the couch as her new Netflix show Living with Yourself with Paul Rudd is set for release mid-October.
The first edition in the latest season of The Late Late Show will air on Friday September 6th.
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