Jennifer Zamparelli reveals HUGE news for Bridget and Eamon

Jennifer Zamparelli reveals HUGE news for Bridget and Eamon
Jennifer Zamparelli at RTE 2's 2014/15 season launch at the Gateway House on Capel Street in Dublin in 2014. Pic: Cathal Burke / VIPIRELAND.COM.

Jennifer Zamparelli has revealed she’s been in talks about bringing her comedy series Bridget and Eamon to the UK.

The RTE star admitted she has met with TV chiefs in England about bringing the show overseas with her co-star Bernard O’Shea.

“I was in London over the weekend,” she told the Irish Sun.

“A lot of stuff is happening comedy-wise, I can’t say a lot right now because it’s early, I can’t really talk about stuff.”

The good news keeps rolling for the Dubliner, who was offered a new three-year deal with 2fm alongside her radio co-star, also admitted she still struggles with the early starts.

“I’m like a night time person trapped in an early riser’s body,” she added.

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