Bachelor’s Keira Maguire Fronts Deliveroo’s ‘Break-up Pizza’ Campaign

Bachelor’s Keira Maguire Fronts Deliveroo’s ‘Break-up Pizza’ Campaign
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Ex-Bachelor and Bachelor In Paradise contestant Keira Maguire has found herself back in the limelight, fronting a pizza campaign for food delivery service Deliveroo.

The campaign features a recently-single Maguire sporting a Deliveroo jacket and holding a pizza shaped like a heart.

Speaking to Who, Maguire said the campaign centred on her recent break-up with fellow ex-Bachelor and Bachelor In Paradise contestant Jarrod Woodgate.

Maguire said: “Deliveroo saw that Jarrod and I had broken up and he had done it over text and they were like a little bit disappointed and were like he probably should have sent you a pizza.”

“Obviously it would have been nice if Jarrod sent me a pizza, but it’s not too late.”

Maguire announced the campaign via her Instagram page.

???Introducing the first Ever Break up Pizza from @deliveroo_au

“Send it to a friend who’s had His or Her Heart Broken.. ? or order a few while watching the #thebachelorau .. or maybe let someone know, it’s not you it’s #meat … Eeeeekkk…

“Either way it’s my Favourite Takeaway with a twist..Available until Sep 16th .. only @deliveroo_au #breakuppizza#deliveroo

In a separate article with Women’s Day, Maguire added: “Who doesn’t love a pizza in the shape of a love heart?

“Jarrod and I spent the first six months of our relationship ordering Deliveroo so it kind of made sense.

“Our relationship was pretty much Deliveroo and now we are breaking up.”

B&T has contacted Deliveroo for comment.

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