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The broadcaster has spoken previously about being in a ‘mid-life crisis as she approaches 40’, admitting that she’s a ‘commitment phobe’ and often feels anxious about whether she’ll ever have a family.
According to the Irish Sun, station boss Bill Malone was in the audience for a semi-final of Britain's Got Talent on June 1.
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TV3's new Virgin Media owners are said to be flashing the cash to land some ratings winners, in a bid to take on both RTE One and RTE Two.
RTÉ previously eyed up the potential to make Ireland's Got Talent back in 2015 - and Louis Walsh was gearing up to take part.
The channel will be replaced by be3 as part of a shake up of the TV3 group.
The group said last week that redundancies may be "unavoidable" after the station was acquired by Virgin Media in a €10m deal."UTV Ireland will cease to exist on January 8 and, on January 9, be3 opens up.But it's not swapping one channel for the other, it's a group." Asked if he believed that UTV Ireland staff had the skillset to fill the new openings, he said: "I don't know.Bill was sitting close to producer Darren Smith, of Kite Entertainment, who is involved in negotiations to bring an Irish version of the ITV show to TV3.A source told the newspaper, "It's a huge investment but TV3 needs a huge show like Ireland's Got Talent to take on Dancing With The Stars on RTE One." The station are expected to announce their plans for Ireland's Got Talent at their autumn launch on August 30, but a deal has yet to be signed.A recent case highlights the dangers of online dating in Ireland where a number of women were scammed by someone they met online who turned out to be a fraudster.