Suzanne Jackson hints at next TV project after the end of Style Counsellors

Suzanne Jackson pictured at the Hayu STELLAR InstaSTAR Awards 2023. Picture: Brian McEvoy

Suzanne Jackson wowed the audience when she landed her first presenting gig on RTÉ’s The Style Counsellors.

But after four seasons, the show has sadly come to an end, much to the dismay of viewers. However, it might not be the last we see of Suzanne on our screens, as the makeup mogul has hinted at her next possible project.

Speaking to STELLAR Magazine at the Hayu InstaStar Awards, the SoSu Cosmetics founder confirmed she has something big in the works.

“There is something on the cards, something I think people would be shocked to hear about.”

“It’s a documentary-type show. It’s something around a very current topic, a topic that needs a bit more normalising,” she explained.

Although Suzanne also shared that the project is in the very early stages of development, and she hasn’t committed to the documentary. While the show itself “hasn’t been commissioned but it is in the stages of it happening.”

Either way we can’t wait to see Suzanne back on our screens! Especially after her amazing performance during this year’s Dancing With The Stars.

The Dubliner competed in the series with professional dance-partner, Michael Danilczuk. The duo had an amazing run during the show, breaking records with their rumba and samba, which became the highest scored in the history of the series, each earning a 30. Eventually Michael and Suzanne finished the season as joint-runner ups.

While fans loved watching her conquer the dancefloor, the show also meant a lot to Suzanne. “It’s funny, because they asked me a couple of times over the years, and it just never was the right timing for both of us,” she began.

Explaining what finally encouraged her to hit the dancefloor, Suzanne admitted that she was initially considering a different role on the series.

“I had originally asked my agent to email to do a green screen test for the presenter role, because I feel like I had a lot of experience from doing the Style Counsellors, and they came back and said ‘look, that position been long filled, but would you like to be a dancer?'”

“I thought they are asking me again so the universe is telling me to do it. I thought let’s just go and see what happens, I wouldn’t mind getting fit, and throwing myself into something new, and giving myself a new focus,” the business woman explained.

And it’s a challenge she is glad to have accepted, gushing: “This was a brand new challenge, but it completely opened my mind up to a whole different Suzanne, and a whole different version of me, a whole different way of living. I just learned so much about myself. I think that was the universes way of pushing me into this challenge, to discover myself a little bit more.”

And the DWTS motivation has stayed strong even after the series concluded.

“Life at the moment is good, obviously nobody’s life is perfect, you have your highs and your lows. But in terms of where I am in my own self at the moment, I feel really happy. I feel like I’ve worked a lot on myself, and my journey through Dancing With The Stars, it taught me a lot about myself.”

“I’ve gotten into fitness big time now, I’m doing more meditation, doing more walking, getting out in the fresh air. Before hand I was always so business minded,, it’s just been like work, work, work, work, work. That was just starting to eat me up inside, I was burning-out,” Suzanne shared.


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