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42-Year-Old Australian TV Presenter and Former Synchronised Swimming Champion Suddenly Dies


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Australian TV reporter Erin Jayne Plummer, 42, died suddenly over the weekend.

The advertorial host for Studio 10 and shopping channel TVSN was an accomplished synchronised swimmer who represented Australia at three world championships and won 11 national titles.

She also presented for Aerobics Oz Style for six years.

The instructional aerobics TV series, which aired from 1982 to 2005, had a global audience of 40 million people at its peak and was broadcast in more than 80 countries.

Studio 10 hosts Sarah Harris and Angela Bishop announced her death on Monday’s show, describing Erin as a ‘gorgeous human inside and out’ and a ‘gold-medal mum’ to her children.

Her cause of death us unknown.

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Mirror reported:

Australian TV host Erin Jayne Plummer has died ‘suddenly’ at the age of 42.

The star was best known for hosting talk show Studio 10.

Erin’s devastated colleagues broke the tragic news on social media over the weekend as they described the late TV star as ‘a gorgeous human inside and out’.

Erin’s cause of death has not yet been revealed.

The 42-year-old TV presenter leaves behind her devastated husband and their three young daughters.

Erin’s devastated colleague Sarah Harris, confirmed the tragic news of her untimely death on Studio 10 over the weekend.

In a heartbreaking post, Erin’s grieving friend described her as a ‘gold medal mum’.

Daily Mail added:

She was thrust into the spotlight at a young age when she was scouted at Sydney’s Manly Beach and cast in a tourism campaign that aired on NBC in America.

But it was her role as a professional spruiker for which she was best known.

During her career hosting advertorials, she appeared on Studio 10, TVSN, Mornings with Kerri-Anne and The Morning Show, and earned the nickname ‘The Danoz Girl’.

Over the years, she promoted everything from massage chairs and workout programs to slimming jeans and steam mops.

When she wasn’t in front of the camera, Erin also did countless voice-overs for TV.

Announcing Erin’s death on Monday, a sombre Sarah Harris said: ‘We’ve got some really sad news to share this morning.

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‘Over the weekend, Studio 10 lost a bit of its sparkle with our friend and advertorial host Erin Jayne passing away suddenly.

‘For two decades, Erin has been a friendly and familiar face on Australian telly, and for a lot of that she’s been brightening up our mornings with her bubbly personality and megawatt smile.



 

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