Danniella Westbrook ‘excited’ to make epic TV comeback after four-year absence

Danniella Westbrook ‘excited’ to make epic TV comeback after four-year absence

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Danniella Westbrook will be making her first TV appearance in four years this week.

The former EastEnders actress, 48, will be appearing on GB News on Friday (March 18) at 10pm on the Mark Dolan Tonight show.

Daniella's agent, Chad Teixeira, talked about the star's TV return and how thrilled she is to be back in the public eye.

He said: "Danniella is very excited for her return to TV and she is excited she gets to share this opportunity with Mark Dolan whom she has worked with before in the past."

The bombshell will be discussing topics such as her childhood, her instinct to go into acting and how EastEnders played an instrumental part in her life.

She will also touch upon previous struggles and how she has overcome them, such as mental health and addiction, and how she deals with life nowadays.

The former Celebrity Big Brother star will also speak of her plans for the future with the TV host.

This comes after she recently shared the details of her new career change after announcing that she is training to be a therapist, holistic healer and yoga teacher.

The former Sam Mitchell star says her new spiritual direction in life gives her a "better buzz than any drug".

Speaking on, The Morning After with Paul Danan podcast, Danniella, a recovering addict, opened up about how helping others is her new drug of choice.

Danniella said: "I am actually going off to work at a holistic centre in Harrogate. A friend of mine has opened one, they have sound healing, reiki, therapists, all different stuff."

She is currently studying for an NVQ in therapy and is also training to become a yoga teacher.

Alongside her new career adventure, Danniella has been approached to run a mental health course by Kirklees Council in Yorkshire to help those suffering from drug and alcohol addiction, as well as their families.

She said: "As much as I love acting and will always love being an actor… my love for helping others, especially within this vile vicious illness that we all suffer from, gives me more joy than acting."

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