How Steve Holbrook foresaw fame for Loose Women's Jane McDonald

By Jessica Fogarty | 24/01/2012 0 comments

How Steve Holbrook foresaw fame for Loose Women's Jane McDonald

TELLY star Jane McDonald had a meteoric rise to fame when she became the star of original reality TV show The Cruise.

The singer, who recently made a comeback as one of the hosts of  ITV1’s Loose Women, was a 35-year-old cruise ship singer until she was featured on the nineties docu-soap about life aboard a holiday cruise ship.

The series propelled her to international stardom.

But her fairytale success came as no surprise to top clairaudient medium Steve Holbrook, who has teamed up with the Advertiser for another of our popular psychic events.

Steve predicted Jane’s rise to the top, years before it happened and the pair, who both come from Wakefield, are still good friends.

Jane acknowledged the part he has played in her life when she wrote in her autobiography: “to Steve Holbrook, my best friend and spiritual adviser for the last 14 years.

Thank you for making me feel wonderful, how do you do it?”

Steve “hears” rather than sees the spirits he connects with and his talents have made him one of Britain’s most popular mediums.

He will be appearing at our special Rotherham Advertiser promotion on February 19 at the Best Western Consort Hotel in Thurcroft. .

Tickets are now on sale and cost £16 in advance or £17 on the door. Call the Advertiser's events team on 01709 57111 to book.

EVENT: Steve Holbrook - clairvoyant medium
DATE: Sunday February 19, 7pm
VENUE: The Best Western Consort Hotel, Thurcroft
TICKETS: £16 in advance, £17 on the door.

Why Steve Holbrook says he's got evidence of life after death. Click here.


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