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Munsanje hits a high with Xpose Guyzone

He's been on the job less than six months, but the good news just keeps coming in for Xpose's Sean Munsanje.

Not only is the former FM104 presenter due to have his six-month contract with TV3 renewed next month, but the Diary has learned he will also take centre stage at the next Xpose Live roadshow.

Sean, who was drafted in to step into Lorraine Keane's shoes when she quit last April, will fly the flag for the males when the fivesome take to the road later this year, by hosting his very own 'Guyzone' at venues throughout the country. Sean joined by a host of big-name male celebrities as he fronts a number of ads to promote the show.

"There will be a big push on enticing the males along to Xpose Live this year and TV3 feel that Sean is just the man for the job," said a station insider.

"The advertising campaign will be very much focused on his new 'Guyzone' and he is being given a lot of creative leeway when it comes to designing it and putting his personal touch on it."

"The roadshow will be even bigger and better this year and will travel to a few different venues outside of Dublin.

"Sean has really proved himself since he started and there are big plans to bring in more male viewers and make Xpose a less female orientated programme in 2010," they added.