IT is the job that every glamorous girl wants.
Models Daniella Moyles and Nadia Forde are among the big names in contention to replace Xpose star Aisling O'Loughlin when she takes maternity leave. But the presenter who knows the show better than anyone else, original host Lorraine Keane, said the most important thing about Xpose is "don't come back without the story".
Lorraine told the Herald: "I'd say as well, (on Xpose) don't be afraid of hard work. Don't upset anybody but most of all have fun."
In 2009 the Monkstown woman (40) made front page headlines when she decided to leave Xpose to become a full-time mum to daughters Emelia (9) and Romy (6).
TV3 launched a reality show called Total Xposure to find a replacement which featured Ruth O'Neill, Daniella Moyles and winner, Sean Munsanje, who hosted the show for a year.
Lorraine has said she has no regrets about leaving. "I've had to adjust my life but it's been worth it, and I think people now realise that I left TV3 for the reasons I gave at the time, to look after my daughters," she said earlier.
Since 2009 Lorraine has become an ambassador for charity Trocaire and travelled to Africa in 2009 to film a documentary for RTE's Nationwide. Since then she has also travelled to Haiti and spent a week in Guatemala for Trocaire last December.
She is also associated with the Make A Wish and World Vision charities. Lucrative commercial work includes being one of Tesco's voice over artists in Ireland. Anyone interested in the Xpose role is asked to send a letter of interest and show reel to Denise Murphy, TV3, Westgate Business Park, Ballymount, Dublin 24, or email to email@example.com before 5pm on Friday, November 1.