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No Valentine's proposal for Daniella Moyles


Dara Quilty and Daniella Moyles

Dara Quilty and Daniella Moyles

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Dara Quilty and Daniella Moyles pictured at Oxegen Festival 2013.

Dara Quilty and Daniella Moyles pictured at Oxegen Festival 2013.


Dara Quilty and Daniella Moyles

THERE is definitely no Valentine's Day proposal on the cards for model and presenter Daniella Moyles.

Despite the best efforts of her new radio co-star Cormac Moore.

The iRadio presenter was left red faced when she was forced to take to social media site Twitter to assure her friends that herself and boyfriend Dara Quilty were not engaged.

The 26-year-old even begged boyfriend, Spin DJ Dara, not to dump her following the antics of new co-host Cormac.

The comedian, who has a passion for playing practical jokes on his co-presenter, set tongues wagging when he tagged Daniella in a photo of an engagement ring, which he posted to his Twitter page.

A succession of messages flooded in to congratulate the ex Celebrity Apprentice star, including from her model pals Georgia Salpa and Leah O'Reilly.

"Those aren't my knuckles, that was Cormac's idea of a joke," Daniella said of the fake announcement.

She told her boyfriend Dara: "Sorry, please still be my boyfriend".

However, the Spin DJ appeared to see the funny side of the joke as it was not the first time comedian Cormac had pulled a prank on Daniella.

The smitten couple have been dating for two years and Daniella told the Herald that Dara is always on hand if she needs any tips in her new radio gig.

The DJ recently said that he would follow Daniella to America if her career took off stateside.

She is due to return there later this year after being signed by a top talent agency, but Daniella said it will be a very slow work in progress if anything does take off across the water.

Daniella and Cormac kicked off their new nightly show, The Cracked i, on iRadio earlier this month.

"Cormac is a stand-up so he will bring a lot of humour and sketches to the show and he loves messing so it is exciting," said Daniella.

"This is my first time doing a full-time presenting job and it just fitted in perfectly because I can still do other work during the day."

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