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Tuesday 17 October 2017

Diana Bunici lands job with Irish TV in London

Diana Bunici
Diana Bunici

Former RTE presenter Diana Bunici recently moved to London to work on her career and has already landed a new gig with new station Irish TV.

The Moldova-born beauty covered the St Patrick's Day festivities in the English capital for the growing TV channel, which also airs in the US.

"I am delighted to have started doing some reports for Irish TV and I'm looking forward to doing more," she said.

The 25-year-old had been on RTE2 show Elev8 for five years but revealed she was ready to leave children's TV.

"My ultimate goal is to front a series of documentaries, lifestyle or investigative. I adore Louis Theroux and Stacey Dooley - I'm forever on the BBC iPlayer, 4OD and Netflix," she revealed.

She has also been busy supporting her boyfriend Steve Garrigan on Kodaline's tour as the band travel across Europe.

Steve did revealed that the couple met through friends. "I've been seeing her for a while and it's all cool," he said.

10 salons voted best

Dubliners sure have great hair dressers and 10 Dublin salons have been recognised as the best in Ireland, and have reached the finals of the prestigious Schwarzkopf Professional Irish Hairdressing Business Awards.

The top 10 salons include Brown Sugar, Mane Hair Salon, Toni & Guy Clarendon Street, Foundation salon, Salon Euphoria, Preen, Zeba, Focus Hair, Ultimate Hair & Beauty and Davey Davey.

The salons will learn their fate at the star-studded event at the RDS, hosted by Lorraine Keane at the end of the month.

Flatley set for 3Arena

Michael Flatley is set to bring his show Lord of the Dance - Dangerous Games to Dublin's 3Arena on March 27 and 28.

The spectacular show features new staging including incredible screen technology that displays holographic-effect projections, new costumes and new choreography; as well as a special guest: former Girls Aloud star Nadine Coyle performing her brand new track, Dangerous Games.

A limited number of tickets, priced from €60.45, are still available from Ticketmaster outlets nationwide and www.ticketmaster.ie.

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