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EXCLUSIVE! Doireann Garrihy on her massive partnership with Fearne Cotton: ‘I was like a child in a sweet shop!’

She announced the TV ad on her Instagram.

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Doireann Garrihy has announced a massive partnership with Fearne Cotton.

Don’t worry, she’s not abandoning Martin GUilfoyle on SPIN1038’s Zoo Crew!

She’s teamed up with Garnier Olia as a brand ambassador alongside much loved TV presenter Fearne Cotton.

Keen-eyed followers may remember Dzoireann dashing over to London before Christmas for a project she couldn’t tell us about.

The 25-year-old returned with a much lighter head of hair and a TV recorded to boot.

Speaking to Goss.ie she shared her excitement at getting to work with a presenter she had admired for a long time.

“When you get a call about heading to London to shoot a Garnier ad with Fearne Cotton, you pack your bag!”

“I was like a child in a sweet shop – being picked up by chauffeur at Heathrow and brought to the studios. It was just an amazing experience.”

“I’ve been a major fan of Fearne’s for years so that was a massive draw, but everyone from the costume girls to the director of the shoot made it a breeze.”

“It could have been a daunting experience, but I felt totally at ease and enjoyed every second.”

On Instagram she finished, “To top it all off, I met some amazing women while doing it ???? Follow their stories – #TheOliaEffect ????”

The announcement comes on the first day back in he office for most of us after the Gossies, which Doireann hosted.

The Snapchat star also managed to host a BEO event on Sunday, like a duracell bunny this gal!

Here’s a particularly funny moment of her at Gossies after winning Best Radio Show!

‪The winner of Best Radio Show at the #Gossies2018 sponsored by @platinumhairextensions is… The #ZooCrew with @martyguilfoyle and @doireanngarrihy on @spin1038 ????✨ – listen out for for @sosueme_ie‘s interruption! ‬????

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