Lucy Kennedy: video

It's the video which proves that Lucy Kennedy was right to make the big switch from queen of the disco to popular radio and tv presenter. Every Day, Every Moment, Every Time, is currently a big hit on You Tube, and appears to show a much younger Kennedy singing and gyrating awkwardly for the camera.

Agnelli and Nelson, who created the 1999 track, are a duo from Northern Ireland who have produced five top 40 hits to date and are very well known in the dance music industry.

They also work under the names Afterburn, Cortez, Green Atlas, Quincey & Sonance, and their other hits include 'El Nino' and 'Holding Onto Nothing'.

Kennedy is currently presenting RTÉ show Do the Right Thing in which aspiring volunteers take a year out from their life to work in some of the most challenging places in the world, and she has made a name for herself as a mainstream broadcaster with The Lucy Kennedy Show. Her first break was in 2002 when she worked as a contestant researcher for an Irish version of The Weakest Link.

Now subscribers to popular video hosting website YouTube have begun speculating on her life before tv.

"Well it is indeed Lucy Kennedy in the video (made back in 1999). She was asked to do it as the singer wasn't available," said one user. Another commented: "It is her alright."

The lyrics to the song include lines such as "every time I see your face, it sends my senses into space" while the singer dances and mimes the song beneath a cliff dressed in a white bikini top and trousers.

The video has so far attracted almost 45,000 views online.

Kennedy declined to comment.