Ice queen Grainne can be red hot on the dance floor
Irish Daily Mirror|January 21, 2022
Lucy says viewers will warm to TV presenter
SANDRA MALLON

TV star Lucy Kennedy said she thinks Grainne Seoige will shed her "ice queen" image and be a "bit of craic" on Dancing With The Stars.

The Galway-born TV presenter was often dubbed with frosty labels because she doesn't like to share details of her private life.

But Grainne, 48, is hoping to shake off that image as she steps out in sequins with her pro dance partner John Nolan on this year's show.

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