Lucy Kennedy has asked Mrs. Brown's Boys' Brendan O'Carroll to appear on Living with Lucy

 However, neither of their schedules have matched up so far but Lucy is not giving up and she wants to jet to Florida to take a look inside the house he shares with his wife Jennifer Gibney


Agnes Brown



Lucy Kennedy would love Mrs. Brown's Boys star and creator Brendan O'Carroll to appear on her hit Virgin Media Television series Living with Lucy.

She has tried to get him on the show, but her attempts have bene unsuccessful because he lives in America for most of the year.

When Brendan returns to Ireland his attention is on filming for Mrs. Brown's Boys and spending time with his family, meaning Living with Lucy does not fit into his busy schedule.

Lucy is not giving up and she wants to jet to Florida to take a look inside the house he shares with his wife Jennifer Gibney.

She told RSVP Live: "I would love to live with Brendan O’Carroll but he spends most of his year in Florida.

"When he is not there, he is so busy working with the BBC in Scotland. We have tried to coordinate dates with him but it is so hard. I would love to see his gaff in Florida."

Lucy praised Brendan for his philanthropy over the years, especially for the work he does away from the public eye.

She said: "I like him, I think he is funny and he is a good person.

"Brendan does so much charity work in silence but he just doesn’t talk about it.

"He doesn’t need to be photographed doing his charity work, he is a private donator."

Lucy had also planned to live with hit Irish singer Sinead O’Connor last year but their plans fell through.

She said: "Sinead couldn’t do this series due to various circumstances. She is on my hit list."

Over the years, Living with Lucy has filmed overseas with Grainne Seoige in South Africa, Finbarr Furey in Lanzarote and Sarah Harding and Samantha Mumba in London.

The show also met Danniella Westbrook and Calum Best in Marbella and David Gest, Katie Hopkins, Jade Goody, Kellie Maloney and Michelle Heaton in England.

In season one, Lucy travelled down-under to Sydney to live with former Westlife heartthrob Brian Mc Fadden.

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