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I don't want Come Dine guests going through my drawers ... so I'll cook in hotel, says Rosie

MODEL Rosanna Davison hosted her Come Dine With Me dinner party in a hotel suite -- because she didn't want the guests going through her drawers.

The former Miss World has revealed that she opted to have her night on the TV3 show at the Morgan Hotel instead of her Co Dublin home.

The 27-year-old admitted that she didn't want her fellow diners to judge her pad as well as her cooking.

"It would've meant moving things and changing everything around if I had it at home, so rather than having them poking around my drawers ... it was easier to do it at the hotel," she said.

AR beauty Rosie will appear in the upcoming instalment of CDWM alongside model boss Celia Holman Lee, Apprentice runner-up Geraldine O'Callaghan, comedian Joe Rooney and top celebrity photographer Brian McEvoy.

But don't expect to see her taking any more culinary challenges soon, as the UCD graduate has vowed never to host a dinner party again.

"It's a lot of work and it's very stressful. I started at 9am and didn't finish until 3am, it was such a long day -- and the next day you're absolutely wrecked."

Viewers will see the Herald columnist serve up a vegan feast on the Ballymount programme. "I really wanted to show to people that you can be filled up without meat. I had an opportunity to show off vegan-style food.

"I'm really looking forward to seeing it, I'm curious about it. There was great banter to be had and we did all get on well."

Meanwhile, fans of the upcoming Playboy cover girl could see the Dubliner take on her first acting role this summer -- on German TV.

"My manager in Europe got me the job. I've done acting courses in the past, but it's never something I actively pursued -- 90pc of actors are out of work, it's a tough career to make it in. I've always been daunted by it.

"I'll be acting as myself in the show in a cameo role."

No doubt Chris De Burgh's daughter will impress German fans with her killer curves.

One of the Ireland's leading models, Rosie works out at least three times a week and enlists the help of trainer to the stars Siobhan Byrne.

"If it's happening, we'll be filming over the summer. They're still in negotiations at the moment. The show has over six million viewers over there, so it's pretty huge," she added.

But the beauty stressed schedule dates won't interfere with pal Andrea Roche's upcoming nuptials in July.

"That'll be brilliant fun with all the girls over in Ibiza, I can't wait -- I'm delighted for Andrea."

While she's excited for her agent, it hasn't spurred herself and long-term beau Wesley Quirke on to get hitched.

labutler@herald.ie


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