Amanda Byram Quits Dancing With The Stars
TV host Amanda Byram has quit Ireland's Dancing with the Stars.
The show is now looking for a replacement to co-host the dancing competition alongside former Westlife member Nicky Byrne.
Byram confirmed the news about her departure through a statement saying "It's with a heavy heart I share the news that due to personal and professional commitments both in London and LA, I won't be joining the team for season three of DWTS Ireland.
"Walking away from such a successful and enjoyable show has been a difficult decision and I wish everyone the same success and enjoyment this year...keep dancing!"
Co-host Nicky Byrne is expected to return to the show and said that working with Amanda for the first two seasons had been a pleasure.
He said "It's been a pleasure working with Amanda over the last two seasons of Dancing with the Stars.
"We've had a right laugh co-hosting such an exciting show together and I'm going to miss the fun we enjoyed every Sunday evening.
"I wish her all the very best with her future projects."
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