After a timely repeat of the Santa Ponsa special at 10.00pm, we're being graced with its 'companion show.' Yep, it's a new series devised to accompany Tallafornia, featuring the latest from the cast, and interviews with 'celebrity guests.' Given the line-up gracing Monday's Celebrity Come Dine With Me Ireland, you can expect Geraldine off The Apprentice years ago to make an appearance. Plus, we're being promised all the inside news from the resort of Santa Ponsa and a chance for fans to enjoy exclusive behind-the-scenes footage. Listen, you've only yerselves to blame, the ratings don't lie, you all watch it.
Tallafornia: The After Party. TV3: 10.40pm
Story by Sheena McGinley | 16:31 | Friday 4th January 2013 | TV Highlights
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