Livin’ With Lucy will be back on our screens soon, and this season looks set to be one of the best yet, as Lucy Kennedy will be staying with some A-list stars, and we cannot wait to see all the craic.
The series premiered in 2008 on RTÉ, moving to Virgin Media One in 2016, and follows Lucy as she lives with a celebrity for a week, either in their own home, or a location which is special to them.
According to the Sunday World, these are the stars we can expect to see Lucy moving in with in the upcoming season.
Katie Price a.k.a. Jordan
Author, model, presenter, singer, and reality star Katie Price will reportedly be inviting Lucy into her home. Katie got her start in the late 90s as a glamour model, and gained notoriety for her appearances on I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here, as well as her high profile marriages to Peter Andre, Alex Reid, and Kieran Hayler. No doubt the mum-of-five and Lucy will have plenty to talk about.
Lucy will also reportedly be staying with RTÉ sports commentator Des Cahill. The Dubliner hosted The Sunday Game for 15 seasons, stepping back in 2022. The 64-year-old also competed in the 2017 series of Dancing With The Stars, where he became a fan favourite.
Lucy will also reportedly visit the cobbled streets of Coronation Street, as she moves in with Simon Gregson, who plays long-standing character Steve McDonald in the hit soap. Simon has appeared on the soap since 1989, and was a contestant on 2021’s I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here.
Next up, Lucy will seemingly be heading to Newcastle, as she stays with Charlotte Crosby. Best known for starring in MTV’s hit reality series Geordie Shore, Charlotte also found success as a TV presenter, and now stars in her own reality series Charlotte in Sunderland.
Lucy will also reportedly stay with Irish comedian Andrew Maxwell, who is the narrator of MTV’s reality dating show, Ex On The Beach, is also reportedly welcoming Lucy to his home. Andrew also has an extremely successfull stand-up career and appeared on the 2019 series of I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here.
Richie Sadlier will also reportedly host Lucy in this upcoming season. The former footballer played for the Irish team and Millwall before joining RTÉ as a soccer pundit. He also found success as an author. releasing his autobiography, Recovering, in 2019, which one the Irish Sports Book of the Year award.