BEAUTIFUL Sharon Corr has been urged to get some "maintenance" work for RTE series The Voice.
Cosmetic specialist to the stars Danielle Meagher, known as Doctor Botox, said that The Voice mentor should undergo some minor Botox treatment on her face to maintain her stunning looks.
The 31-year-old, who is gearing up to appear in TV3's fly-on-the-wall reality series Southside Housewives, noted on her social networking site that singer-songwriter Sharon (41) looked in need of a few facial fixes.
As the opening installment of The Voice kicked off on Sunday night, which saw a massive 708,000 viewers tune in to watch the on-stage action, Danielle took to her Facebook page to comment on petite Sharon's appearance:
"Gosh, Sharon Corr looks in great shape body-wise, but ... she has lost volume in her face and will certainly need some Juvederm Voluma [filler] to replace lost volume and also Botox for her forehead."
The Ms Meagher later removed the post and has insisted she "shouldn't have put it up", but yesterday added: "I was surprised the panel of The Voice hadn't had a little bit more 'maintenance' work. On the X-Factor they're all really well 'maintained'...obviously Bressie needs no work as you can't improve on perfection." Dubliner Danielle, who runs the well-known DermaFACE clinic and specialises in lip-fillers and Botox, will star alongside well-known socialite Lisa Murphy, mum-to-be Virginia Macari and Northside businesswoman Jo Jordan in Ballymount's latest show.
The singleton is the youngest of the group and insiders have said that she may clash with "housewifey" types Virginia and Lisa.
"She has no intention of pretending she can cook or is the perfect housewife. She was shocked when Virginia told her she loves looking after her partner," a source revealed.