The best Ireland's country music scene has to offer will be lining up for this Friday's Late Late Show Country Special in what has been dubbed a 'family affair'.
There is one thing we, as Irish people, love more than the phrase ‘one for everyone in the audience’ and that’s a good jive.
Yowsa. Tonight’s grand finale of Dancing with the Stars was loaded with talent, glamour and brio, and I don’t mean Westlife or Leo.
You won't want to miss it.
The Love/Hate actor is up against presenter Mairead Ronan and singer Cliona Hagan in Sunday's final and thinks a woman will be crowned champion in 2019.
All the contestants had to dance on the double, with the St Patrick’s Day special featuring one dance apiece to contemporary Irish music.
In what was a Eurovision-themed Dancing with the Stars quarter-final, Johnny Ward was the celebrity who was singing the high notes as he not only got a maximum 30 points from the judges, but also won the ‘Eurothon’ dance-off.
It was the final whistle for former Dublin footballer Denis Bastick, who last night became the sixth
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It’s the end of the line for The Young Offenders star Demi Isaac Oviawe, who is the latest celeb to get the boot from Dancing with the Stars.
Switch-up week in Dancing with the Stars saw some of the contestants really switch-on with a change of partner — but for others it proved to be a real turn-off.
Holly Carpenter couldn’t hide her disappointment after becoming the second celebrity eliminated from Dancing with the Stars.
She may be Young but she managed not to be Offended as the judges in Dancing with the Stars gave her the lowest score of the night and the criticism that she needs to practice more.
The new series kicks off Sunday, January 6 for a 12-week run.
The special also proved popular with younger audiences achieving a 30% share of adults between 15-and-34-years-old.
There is one thing we, as Irish people, love more than the phrase ‘there's one for everyone in the audience’ and that’s a good jive.
The show featured comedian Oliver Callan, Joe Duffy, Deirdre O’Kane and country music singer, Cliona Hagan - not to mention stacks of Brennan’s bread.
Every year the programme attracts thousands of viewers and stands as their most popular special, next to the Toy Show of course.
And that’s only the beginning.
RTÉ’s All Ireland Talent Show final saw Daithí Ó Sé’s act, The Mulkerrin Brothers, taking first place and e50,000 prize money.
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