Aussie TV presenter Erin Jayne Plummer dies ‘suddenly’ as colleagues pay tribute

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Australian TV star Erin Jayne Plummer has passed away "suddenly" at the age of 42.

The TV host was known for presenting on talk show Studio 10 and shopping channel TVSN and had always been a friendly face on Aussie TV.

The presenter's tragic death was announced by her devastated Studio 10 co-presenters, Sarah Harris and Angela Bishop over the weekend.

The cause of Erin's untimely death has not yet been revealed.

Paying tribute to her co-star, Sarah began: "We’ve got some really sad news to share this morning.

"Over the weekend, Studio 10 lost a bit of its sparkle with our friend and advertorial host Erin Jayne passing away suddenly.

"For two decades, Erin Jayne’s been a friendly and familiar face on Australian telly and for a lot of that, she’s been brightening up our mornings with her bubbly personality and mega-watt smile."

Sarah went on: "Erin was just a gorgeous human inside and out, and if it wasn’t for TV, perhaps Erin may have had a sporting career.

"She represented Australia in synchronised swimming and even surf life saving, and there’s no question that Erin Jayne was a high achiever, and certainly a gold-medal mum to her three young girls."

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She concluded: "We’ll miss your sunshine around the studio, Erin Jayne, and all of us here are sending lots of love and strength to her family. You’ll be very missed."

Erin is survived by her heartbroken husband and their three daughters.

The TV star presented on Aussie TV for over two decades, where she also worked at MTV, Totally Active TV and The Morning Show.

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She shot to fame after appearing in a tourism campaign which aired on NBC in the Stated after being scouted at Sydney's Manly Beach.

The decorated athlete also competed for Australia in surf life-saving and synchronised swimming, where she won 11 national titles.

Plummer also fronted an exercise series called Aerobics Oz Style for six years, a show which ran from 1982 to 2005 and gained an audience of 10 million at its peak.

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