What’s On: TV Presenter hosts Easter Special ‘On the sofa with Hayley’ on Good Friday

TV Presenter is set to host an Easter Special of her chat show On the sofa with Hayley’ on Good Friday.

The guest line up for the Easter special includes Hollywood Actor Adam Garcia, Actress Terri Dwyer, Singer Kym Mazelle, and winner of The Voice UK Molly Hocking.

According to the Fareham Broadcaster it’s a feel good fun relaxed show, and just what we need to lift our spirits!

Due to current circumstances. we have had to film with Adam Garcia via Skype, and but manages to film the other guests previously.

We’re excited to bring some light entertainment to people, and bring a bit a cheer’

Actress Terri Dwyer and Hollywood actor, Adam Garcia

Hayley says she was delighted with her guest line up, and says each guest brings something unique.

‘I can recall watching Coyote Ugly with Adam Garcia, singing Kym Mazelles ‘No more tears’ full blast! watching Terri Dwyer on Hollyoaks and cheering for Molly on The Voice UK!’

Kym Mazelle

Hayley started her presenting career in 2017 on Community radio station Voice FM. She soon progressed to Shoreditch Radio, Drive time at Vibe 107.6, training at Heart, a work place at ITV and now reports the entertainment news for Love Sport Radio.

Then Hayley got her break presenting Saturday night 80’s show where she has hosted guests Neil Fox, Jaki Graham, Owen Paul and Five Star.

Molly Hocking winner of The Voice UK

Hayley urges the South London Press Readers to get a cuppa and tune in Good Friday on SKY TV 376/Freesat 516.

** Please note that the studio interviews were conducted several weeks prior to the Coronavirus Lockdown.

 


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