LISA Armstrong’s fans have begged her to do Celebs Go Dating following her divorce from Ant McPartlin.
The 42-year-old revealed she was a big fan of the show this evening, in particular the voice-over done by comedian Rob Beckett.
Her comment led to one of her followers telling her: “Lisa. Get on it next Series babe. X”
But the make-up artist wasn’t sure she would be right for it, telling the fan: “Not a celeb though babes!!.”
Another person told her: “I’d love to see that x”
She also revealed she was “rooting” for Chelsee Healey, who has come under fire for her behaviour towards dates.
“Chels, routing for you babes…still on catch up!!! Miss ya xxx ps you look insane…(sic)”, she wrote.
Lisa and Britain’s Got Talent host Ant McPartlin split last year after an 11 year marriage and more than two decades together.
He has since started dating their former PA Anne- Marie Corbett who he returned from a family holiday from last week looking “sunkissed and relaxed”.
Meanwhile Lisa has been throwing herself into work and has landed a series of new gigs since their split.
The star, who no longer works on BGT with her ex-husband, recently worked as a make-up artist for The Only Way Is Essex.
She is also fronting a new Avon campaign, which will see her offer tips and a make-up “masterclass”.
An Avon insider said: “Lisa is respected in the make-up industry and there was no-one else we wanted to front it.
“Lisa is a determined and talented woman and we are sure the ads will be a hit. It’s exciting that she is now front of camera.
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“She is massively liked and so many are rooting for her, believing she got a raw deal from Ant and has been treated appallingly by his TV chums.”
On top of that she is staring in a new makeover TV show and will be one of the experts who will transform everyday people’s lives in the Jet TV show – which is currently untitled.
She is working alongside Kate Middleton’s hairdresser, Richard Ward, and stylist Erica Matthews, whose work has appeared in a number of high fashion publications, including British Vogue.
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