Irish sensation Nadia Forde is a successful model and talented singer and actress.

Following on from the success of her 2014, ratings winning, TV3 show “Nadia Goes To Hollywood” documenting her time recording her first single and capturing her first acting role in America, Nadia’s new series “Nadia: Chasing the Dream” aired April 2015 in Ireland to rave reviews.

One of Ireland’s top models and television personalities, Nadia has been in demand since her teenage years, with appearances on Ireland’s “The Late Late Show”, presenting Irish morning television, appearing on nationwide radio stations, theatrical appearances at Dublin’s Tivoli Theatre, flexing her comedy muscles as a regular guest star on RTE’s “The Republic of Telly” and as a contestant on TV3’s top rated “Celebrity Salon”.

Her life has been documented with regular interviews and features in the Irish newspapers as well as YOU, Life, Stellar and VIP magazines. In the UK she is fast becoming a regular in OK!, Hello! and the Daily Mail.

Nadia divides her time between Ireland and the UK. She is well-known over here for appearing as a contestant on the hugely popular I’M A CELEBRITY… GET ME OUT OF HERE! in 2014. Her arrival into the jungle achieved the highest ratings ever for Irish channel 3E.

Nadia’s time in the Australia included zip-wiring into the jungle, showcasing her incredible knitting skills, creating a bikini out of tree bark, surviving 4 days in the Celebrity Slammer with Gemma Collins, being locked away in a room full of creepy crawleys for 12 hours alongside Craig Charles, surviving a torrential rain storm whilst on a mission and still claiming all 10 stars with Tinchy Stryder, winning Guess Who with Michael Buerk and being buried alive in a dark tomb full of rats… and winning the task. Nadia survived 18 days in the jungle.

An FHM cover girl, Nadia was voted the highest ranking Irish model in FHM’s 100 sexiest women this year.

She also featured in Hello Magazine’s Stars of 2015 list, and had a 6 page spread in OK magazine over the summer with rugby boyfriend Dominic Day. Alongside this she had a weekly beauty video blog with OK! online, and has a number of television projects in the pipeline.

Recently, Nadia has been promoting her charity single ’Haunted’, in aid of the Marie Keating Foundation. The song is very special to her as it was written about the relationship she had with her mother, who sadly passed away from cancer earlier this year. She hopes to help others affected by the disease by raising money and awareness for the charity.

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