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Celebrity Diary - Diana Bunici

THIS week has been really, really hectic for me. We started shooting the new series of Elev8 so I've been rushed off my feet. I haven't been in front of the camera for the past three months so it's always a little bit terrifying to jump back into it.

I got butterflies and am still feeling a bit nervous. But feeling the nerves was actually really nice, I haven't got that excited feeling and that anticipation since I first started out in TV.

It's nice to get back into the swing of things, I've had a good break in Spain and London on holiday which was lovely.

I don't know why but whenever I go on holiday I play an obscene amount of tennis -- like two to three hours a day.

I don't know what happens when I travel but I turn into a tennis fanatic. I'm not complaining though; it means I'm superfit when I come back.

This week, I was also launching the Bram Stoker Halloween festival which was a lot of fun. Halloween is definitely my favourite holiday.

To be honest, I think that's the reason I decided to go into kids TV -- any excuse to get dressed up. It's the best part of my job, even better then meeting the celebs.

I also love horror films, I watch them the whole time even though they terrify me.

I'm a bit of a horror movie buff and will certainly be heading to the screening of Nosferatu in Meeting House Square this Saturday.

They show the movie and a live orchestra plays a score -- I think it's going to be deadly but very cold. I'll be bringing a blanket and some popcorn.

Last night I went to Cheryl Cole's concert. I was never the biggest Girls Aloud fan but I have always loved Cheryl and I thought she was great when she was on the X Factor. I loved that Gary Barlow brought her back on the show to be a guest judge.

The concert was amazing, the crowd was really electric. I love seeing what she wears because her style is so inventive and brave and last night she didn't disappoint.

Some of her clothes were daring to say the least. I think she's a real style icon. And she has some killer dance moves -- I wish I could perform moves like that.

The Original Rudeboys were the special guests and they really got the crowd going but Cheryl blew the roof off the place when she sang her hit single Call My Name.

On Sunday I will be staying in bed relaxing and trying not to think about work. I think after such a hectic week I'll need the down time.

The current series of Elev8 is screened on RTE2 daily at 4pm