Longshot Media are excited to announce a major new signing to our editorial team – Miss Ireland Chelsea Farrell.
Ardee-native Chelsea was crowned Miss Ireland back in September of last year when she fought off strong competition from 32 other contestants. She has been very busy since then, working on a number of modelling campaigns as well as fashion and beauty projects and collaborations.
Chelsea has also embarked on a number of speaking engagements where she speaks to school students about topics such as mental health, the effects of social media and anti-bullying.
In Chelsea’s new LouthNow.ie column, which debuts on the site on Wednesday and will be published bi-weekly, she will explore these themes and much, much more. Longshot Media founder and LouthNow.ie Editor-In-Chief Barry Landy welcomed Chelsea’s addition to the team today.
“We are thrilled to announce the major signing of Miss Ireland Chelsea Farrell to our team at LouthNow.ie,” Landy said. “I know Chelsea’s win at last year’s Miss Ireland Grand Final was a moment of immense pride for county Louth and especially for her friends and family here in Louth.
“We were and remain keen to add fresh new voices to her editorial line-up on the website and Chelsea fits the bill perfectly. Her expertise and interest in beauty and fashion will really add to our Lifestyle content and output across LouthNow.ie and our social media channels. Plus, from speaking to Chelsea I know her wide-ranging interests, opinions and experiences will make her column fascinating reading.”
The first column will be available exclusively to read here on LouthNow.ie on Wednesday March 4.
Speaking today, Chelsea said, “I’m delighted to be joining LouthNow.ie and I’m really looking forward to writing my column, building an audience of readers and speaking about topics and issues that I’m interested and experienced in and keen to talk about in more detail.
“I have a huge interest in fashion and beauty aswell as several other topics, and I cannot wait to share my stories and thoughts throughout my column with LouthNow.ie.”