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Celebrity Diary: Whirlwind weekends in Dublin give single girls like me chance to find perfect hunk

AFTER a hectic week in the office, I'm really excited about coming to Dublin this weekend and letting my hair down to celebrate the Easter holidays.

And boys, just so you know, I'm single and on the lookout for love.

I heard there was a story about myself and Niall Breslin from The Blizzards going on a few dates and I laughed so much. I've actually never even met the guy. I once said he was cute in an interview and then the rumours took off from there.

I have to admit I've always been a fan of the Irish accent, though. Dublin is one of my favourite cities so I would be delighted to have an excuse to spend more time here if I met the right man.

I'll definitely be keeping an eye out for a hunky Irish guy when I go out on the town on Sunday night.

I've been asked to DJ at Buck Whaley's nightclub so I'm very excited about taking to the decks and getting everyone in the mood to party hard.

This will be my second time to DJ there, though I've done about 20 gigs in total. I love it -- it's a great buzz. I've been busy picking out all my favourite songs this week to add to my playlist. Sunday's sound will be quite commercial, so I'm not going to go too eclectic on this occasion.

I'm going to fly in early that day as I've promised to take my goddaughter to the cinema on Saturday night. I have a pampering day planned for earlier that day. I'm having a facial, pedicure, manicure and my hair styled.

Once I finish my set I'm going to join my good friend, housemate and vice-president of my company Tara Sinnott in the VIP area. We'll have a few celebratory drinks to mark her birthday with some of her friends, including Leigh Arnold, who is also flying over with us from London for the weekend.

We've actually already toasted her birthday a couple of times as it fell on Wednesday. To mark it, I organised a lunch for her in the office and a big cake.

There was no time to recover the following evening as we had to go to a launch hosted by Pixie Lott. I had never met her before, but she seems like a great girl. We had a fab night.

I love having Tara living and working with me; we get on fantastically.

We always have a great time together. A couple of weekends ago we went to Miami for four days and partied with Craig David, will.i.am and P.Diddy. It was pretty wild.

We got back on Tuesday morning and had to go straight to work off the plane. I always like to play hard and work even harder.

Since filming the reality series Style Wars for TV3 in Dublin last summer, myself and the winner David Greene have teamed up to create a new collection and it worked out just great.

I have no plans to move to Dublin for the moment as I just have too much going on with my business but never say never.


My trip over this weekend is going to be a bit of a whirlwind visit as I have to fly home first thing on Monday morning.

It would have been great to stay around and maybe attend the Irish Grand National but one of my best friends, Andrea Hissom, is getting married in Vegas later that week so I've a lot to get organised before I fly out on Tuesday morning.

I'm going to be one of her bridesmaids so I'm very excited about that. They're trying to keep the details quiet so I can't say where it is happening, but it's going to be a great day.

Michelle Heaton is also going to be over there at the same time on holiday so I might try and meet up with her at some point.

I also fit in an Ashtanga yoga session. Fitness is my whole life, I have to maintain my figure for my work.

In between working out, I had lots of meetings about my new autumn/winter collection this week. I also had a meeting with my new agent, ASM Damage, on Tuesday afternoon.

I had to try and fit two weeks' work into one this week, since I'm away all of next week so it was busy. I wouldn't have it any other way though.