The creme de la creme of TV3's homemade viewing comes at you from all angles tonight... First up, we have 'celebrities' partaking in Come Dine With Me. First up is model agency boss, Celia Holman-Lee's Moroccan themed evening. On Tuesday it's over to Geraldine O'Callaghan (you may or may not remember her eyebrows from The Irish Apprentice a few years back), followed by former Miss World, Rosanna Davison, who hosts a vegan 'tarts and tiaras' themed night. On Thursday night, pap Brian McEvoy gets a turn,, and last but not least Joe 'Father Damo' Rooney, does his best to claim the €5000 prize (presumably for charity). Following at 9.30pm is season 2 of Dublin Wives (you're expected to overlook that two thirds of them aren't technically wives).
Celebrity Come Dine With Me Ireland. TV3: 9.00pm
Story by Sheena McGinley | 13:47 | Monday 7th January 2013 | TV Highlights
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BBC 1: 8.00pm
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Dancing On Ice
TV3: 7.00pm + UTV: 7.00pm
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RTE 1: 9.30pm
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BBC 2: 8.00pm
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