Love Imitates Art as Starlet Falls for RTE Interviewer

The Mail on Sunday (London, England), April 18, 2010 | Go to article overview

Love Imitates Art as Starlet Falls for RTE Interviewer


Byline: Hannah-Louise Dunne

SHE's the silky-voiced chanteuse who knocked Lady Gaga off her perch at No.1. Now Ellie Goulding has pocketed the heart of the young RTE presenter who interviewed her.

Ellie was in town last month to promote her album, Lights, and stopped by Montrose to appear on Dylan Haskin's Two Tube.

But what should have been just another routine interview became the moment when the 23-year-old singer from Hereford met her new love.

A source said: 'Dylan interviewed Ellie for his show last month.

'The chemistry between them was obvious from the get-go and it was clear to everyone that there was a spark between them.' The source added: 'He's told friends that he's been over to see her in Britain but that he doesn't get to see her as much as he would like because she's touring so much.' Since the show, they've been tweeting each other regularly.

But Dylan, 22, was playing it safe when asked about Ellie. 'I don't really know what to say about that,' he said.

A wicked whisper on Facebook page, D'Gossip, said: 'Spotted, a certain well-known TV presenter sharing an intimate moment with songstress Ellie. …

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