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Lottie hits the jackpot with electric disco gig


Lottie Ryan. Photo: Gerry Mooney

Lottie Ryan. Photo: Gerry Mooney

Lottie Ryan. Photo: Gerry Mooney

SHE may be gone from the Colm Hayes Show, but Gerry Ryan's daughter is to have a much bigger role on his old station 2fm.

Lottie Ryan is set to be given her own presenting slot and will feature in the station's new evening schedule.

A 2fm representative told the Herald that Ryan was being lined up for a different role in the new station shake up by boss Dan Healy.

Ryan (26) is set to replace popular weekend presenter Jenny Greene, who had been presenting the Late Night Disco on Friday and Saturday nights. The DJ is expected to join former Westlife star Nicky Byrne on his weekday show.

Healy wants an experienced radio host to join Byrne and saidhe would be joined by "an experienced female host, who is new to the daytime slot".

While Greene is set to make the switch to daytime, her electric disco show will continue as normal with Ryan due to be announced as the new host in the coming days. 

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