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Erin Plummer Death – Erin Jayne Plummer From Studio 10 Is Dead

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Tributes flooded social media following the passing of a beautiful soul, Erine Plummer. Erin was reported to have died on May 23, 2022.

The news of her death was announced to the public through a series of social media posts made by Facebook users.

Circumstances surrounding her shocking demise were not made known to the public.

Here is a post by Taryn Polovin on Erin Jane sad demise

Erin Plummer, EJ my darling friend, my heart is broken into pieces. 20 years with you in my life was not enough! I will forever miss your boundless energy, effervescent personality, and the incredible light you brought into everyone’s lives who knew you.

You were the most incredible friend – always putting everyone else first. You were an amazing mother whose love for her girls was boundless.

I’m beyond heartbroken that I will never get the chance to hug you again and tell you how special you are. Fly high and free my beautiful mermaid

Who Was Erin Jayne? Few Things To Know About Her!

Erinjayne has been on Australian television for almost two decades.

She is the weekday advertorial anchor for Channel 10’s Studio 10. MTV, Guest TV, TVSN, Totally Active TV, The Morning Show, and Channel 10 Sport are among the other shows she has hosted (Nutri-Grain Ironman Series).

Erin Jayne has also featured on many TVCs including Sunrice, Gatorade, Sony Wega, Razzamatazz, Australian Tourism, Allens Lollies, and Subaru.

She holds a journalism degree and worked as an editor at Horwitz publications. She worked as a Press Information Specialist for SOCOG at the Aquatic Centre during the 2000 Olympics.

She competed in surf lifesaving and synchronized swimming for Australia as an athlete. She is the mother of three wonderful children.

Erin began her career as the ‘Face of Australia’ in an NBC US television ad after being chosen from hundreds of beachgoers in Manly. She was also featured in New Idea magazine and The Sydney Morning Herald as part of the Australian Tourism Commission campaign, which led to her being cast on Baywatch Australia.

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