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Goes Outback with Ant & Dec...
week sexy Irish TV presenter Louise Loughman
received the good news that she had got one of the
biggest roles on UK TV.
was the former model and former member of Chill,
Ireland's less than successful answer to the Spice
Girls. She became the host of FISH, RTE's
tv entertainment show.
Louise is following in the footsteps of Amanda
Byram and Liz Bonnin and making the move
to the UK.
is to be the host of ITV's new TV show along
with the pint sized stars of Pop Idol Ant
Louise was not contactable this week as she is on
holiday with her long-term boyfriend Stephen Byrne
as well Annette and Patrick Rocca in
However, a friend of the star confirmed that Louise
is moving to the UK full time from this week.
Speaking to ShowBizIreland.com her friend said
"Louise is due back from Florida and is flying out
to London on Tuesday morning for a day shopping with
the stylist of her new show. Then on Wednesday herself
and Ant and Dec are flying to Australia for a month's
source went on, "They have a crew of over 300
for the show which is called I'm a celebrity get
me out of here. I know she is over the moon about
the show but I'm not to sure how long that will last
as she has to start work every morning at 5am as the
show goes live on ITV every morning. On top of that
it's going to be filmed in the middle of the outback."
Those of you older then twenty will remember Louise
from her girl band days in Chill, the band managed
Bordello boss Valerie Roe, which also launched
the career of Off the Rails and Telly Bingo
presenter Liz Bonnin.
a number of years turning down offers to get back
into the music industry this week Valerie launched
her newest product a five-piece boyband called D-side.
launch was held in Charlie Haughey's favorite
restaurant Cruzzo's in Malahide and the band
are signed to Edel records which is run by
His father was Don Black the man responsible
for songs such as Michael Jackson's "Ben",
Matt Monroe's "Born Free" and "Diamonds
are Forever" by Shirley Bassey.