Dawn O'Porter didn't want Andrea Begley to win 'The Voice'.
The 34-year-old TV star, married to Roscommon beefcake Chris O'Dowd, is a huge fan of the BBC One talent contest, but she was disappointed with the end result of the second series and thinks bookie's favourite Leah McFall would have been a more suitable winner because she's got what it takes to sell out London's The O2.
Dawn said: "I love, love, love 'The Voice' but I think the result was wrong. I think the person who should have won it was Leah and that would have made the show very exciting."
The brunette beauty insists Andrea has a fantastic voice and wishes her well with her singing
career, but thinks her triumph has devalued the competition.
She explained: "Andrea's got a great voice but who do you want to go and see at the O2 Arena and who will sell out? I just think unfortunately it's not going to do the show much good, which is a shame because we love it so much, we want it to do really well, but I just don't think it was a credit to the show.
"I hope she does well, it was good that someone that felt like the underdog got her moment but I just don't think she's the person who's going to sell out arenas."