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Will Lorraine follow Sile and Miriam back to her radio roots?

SHE was once the undisputed queen of the small screen as the face of TV3's Xpose, but broadcaster Lorraine Keane hasn't ruled out making a return to her radio roots in the future.

The glamorous mum-of-two admits that she would contemplate following in the footsteps of fellow female presenters Sile Seoige, Miriam O'Callaghan, Kathryn Thomas and Claire Byrne by making the transition to radio.

Lorraine (40) first cut her teeth in the media world when she joined AA Roadwatch, eventually working her way up to the position of manager.

"Well, you know, I started in radio, I love it," Lorraine told the Herald. "I mean it is something that I'm looking at. Sile Seoige's show is very good and then Claire (Byrne) took a break from TV and went full-time with radio for almost four years and loved it too.

"So we'll see what happens. For the moment I'm still enjoying the summer with the girls," she added.

Lorraine has not ruled out making a return to the small screen in the future.

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