Lisa Armstrong has had a troublesome 12 months, after divorcing Ant McPartlin and dropping her job as the pinnacle make-up artist on Britain’s Got Talent.

However, issues may very well be trying up for the gorgeous star after it was reported she was heading to LA to give attention to her profession Stateside.

According to the Daily Star Online, PR knowledgeable Tom Bourlet from Bayagan Group reckons she might make it massive within the US, if she makes the best selections.

He stated: “Depending on how Lisa handles the state of affairs and whether or not she makes the a lot of the brief and quick alternative, she will be able to switch her profession in direction of the superstar world.

“National assist for her is at an all time excessive and she or he has been a mainstay within the media.

“To guarantee this continues, it’s crucial celebs can guarantee they go from being a short point out in an article to turning into a mainstay and it will require sturdy assist and the best decisions.”

He added: “She will undoubtedly have alternatives to both increase herself from a MUA [makeup artist] angle, or alternatively to go down the truth TV angle, each of which have potential advantages from a profession perspective however with very altering outcomes.

“If she desires to enter stardom, it should contain working Monday to Sunday over the subsequent few months, however the finish outcome may very well be superb, to not point out a properly timed distraction from what’s going on in her private life.”

The 42 12 months previous, who divorced Ant McPartlin in October, was reported to be planning to go to LA after she hung out there recuperating earlier this 12 months.

And, in line with stories, long-time good friend Simon Cowell has “promised to place some work her manner” whereas she is there.

A supply informed Closer journal: “She’s heartbroken about dropping her job, however she desires to begin the New Year on a excessive.”

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