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Love Island's Indiyah and Dami hold hands after he defends outfit she wore to meet his gran

Indiyah Polack has been spotted out with her Love Island beau Dami Hope, days after he defended the outfit she wore to meet his grandmother. Pictured leaving the Under the Duvet podcast studio in London, the Love Island pair walked hand-in-hand before sipping on a Prosecco in Soho. Indiyah, 23, looked glamorous as ever in a zebra print tied crop top with puffed sleeves and grey leggings, with black heels.

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Cartel thug who dismembered corpse with chainsaw released from jail after just two years
prison after just two years. Philip County, who has more than 50 previous gardaí convictions in Ireland, walked free from Castlerea Prison in Co Roscommon last Friday - after serving two years behind bars for possession of cocaine and MDMA, according to the Irish Daily Star.The 35-year-old is understood to still be wanted to serve the remainder of a 21-month sentence in the Netherlands for concealing, removing and disposing of the corpse of Dubliner Keith Ennis with a chainsaw in Amsterdam in 2009. READ MORE: First pic of man and woman charged after Liverpool city centre sex video goes viral The feared criminal is understood to have dumped the man's body in a canal, and sources say it is possible that Dutch authorities will now seek County’s extradition - to serve out the remaining eight months he has on that sentence.County, who is originally from Lucan in West Dublin, has been linked to the Kinahan cartel in the past, was sentenced to two years in prison in 2017 for hiding Mr Ennis’s body after the victim was stabbed to death in a Rotterdam apartment. To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here . In 2020 County, who had returned to Ireland and was living in Edgeworthstown, Co Longford, was sentenced to two and a half years in prison after pleading guilty to possession of cocaine and MDMA with a street value of €7,298 (around £6,173).It followed an armed raid at his home in October 2017.
Niall Horan and Lewis Capaldi leave onlookers stunned with unexpected busking session
Niall Horan may be one of the biggest names in the world but the Irish heartthrob proved he still remains humble as he took to the streets of Dublin.The singer and his good pal Lewis Capaldi left Dubliners rubbing their eyes as they took part in an impromptu busking session on Grafton Street.Niall, 28, and Lewis, 25, have both spoken fondly of one another in the past and appear to have struck up the ultimate bromance with one another in recent years.READ MORE: One Direction didn't make an effort with anyone on final tour, claims Jamie LawsonDuring a trip to the capital of the Republic of Ireland, the pair took in the sights as well as offering a performance of some of their own hits.Mullingar-native Niall surprised local busker Jacob Koopman as he stopped to take in the singer's stunning voice before he and Lewis attracted a large audience.Taking to the mic stand, Niall showed off his guitar skills as he belted out his single Slow Hands, joined by Lewis while Jacob looked on in amazement.As well as performing some of their own songs, Niall and Lewis offered their rendition of Coldplay's song Yellow.Their 13-minute performance attracted huge crowds and caused fans to go wild on social media after videos emerged of the beautiful moment."Videos of Niall Horan and Lewis Capaldi busking is the serotonin I needed today," tweeted one.While a second went on to say: "Imagine walking on Grafton Street and suddenly you hear Niall Horan and Lewis Capaldi playing songs.
Westlife Wild Dreams tour set list and – how you can watch Wembley Stadium gig live
coronavirus restrictions across the UK, the tour was postponed twice as crowds were unable to gather without social distancing.When the tour was postponed for the second time in August 2021, the pop group said in a statement: "We are incredibly saddened to announce that due to the most recent government Covid guidelines around the delay in lifting restrictions across England, we are unable to proceed with our UK shows at Wembley Stadium this summer."Now, the boyband will return to London to perform for the first time at Wembley Stadium on Saturday, August 6.But what can fans expect to hear on the setlist and will the gig be available to watch at local cinemas? Here's everything you need to know.The band was originally made up of five male singers but Brian McFadden left the pop group in 2004.The current members of the band include:The Wild Dreams tour kicked off in Kent on July 1 and has since travelled to the likes of Colchester, Dublin and Scarborough.In November and December, Westlife will return to the UK to perform in Leeds, Sheffield, Liverpool, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Newcastle, Nottingham, Bournemouth, Brighton, London, Cardiff and Belfast. If Westlife follows the same setlist that they performed in Dublin on July 9, here's what fans could expect to hear at Wembley, according to setlist.fm.EncoreAccording to Ticketmaster, there are tickets still available for the Wembley show on August 6.At the time of writing, Gold Circle standing tickets are available for £137 per person, excluding service charges and fees.
Ashley Cain completes first of 5 runs in 5 days for childhood cancer charity in memory of daughter Azaylia
Ashley Cain has started the first of five planned charity marathon runs in aid of a foundation in honour of his late daughter that will span across five major cities in Ireland and the UK over the next five days.The runs are to mark the second birthday on August 10 of his daughter Azaylia, who died of ‘a rare and aggressive’ form of leukaemia last April aged eight months.Ashley and Azaylia’s mum, Safiyya Vorajee, had hoped to take her to Singapore for specialist treatment to save her life, but were tragically told her condition had worsened and it was no longer an option.His route through Dublin on Wednesday began at Fitzwilliam Square, passed Stephen’s Green and went through the Phoenix Park, Crumlin, Terenure and Ballsbridge before finishing back in the city centre at just before 4.30pm.He will then undertake marathon routes in Belfast on Thursday, Glasgow on Friday, Cardiff on Saturday and finish in London on Sunday.Ashley, who played for Coventry City and later featured in reality TV show Ex On The Beach, founded The Azaylia Foundation to help fight childhood cancer through advancing early diagnosis and new treatment availability in the UK.After completing a 100-mile ultra marathon in April, Ashley is to undertake three further athletic challenges this month, starting with these five marathons in five days across the five cities.The star will be joined by friends, family and public figures along the routes, having received support from cousin Tamika Cain and Rehan Khalid for today’s run.Taking to Instagram after his first marathon, Ashley, who was looking forward to a pint of Guinness, said: ‘First of five, done and dusted. Dubs, it’s been a pleasure.
Inside the Release: How Oscar Entry ‘The Quiet Girl’ Captured Hearts Across Ireland and the U.K.
Quiet by name, but quite some fame. Colm Bairéad’s Irish-language coming-of-age film “An Cailín Ciúin” (“The Quiet Girl”) bowed at the Berlinale earlier this year and has been an unstoppable force on the festival and awards circuit. It won top prizes at the Berlin, Dublin and Taipei film festivals and swept the Irish Film and Television Awards. The film opened theatrically across Ireland and the U.K. mid-May and such is the power of its storytelling that it has cinema dates booked through early September, and will represent Ireland in the Oscars’ international feature category. Nell Roddy, co-founder of Ireland’s Break Out Films, which distributed the film in the country, and Jake Garriock, head of distribution strategy and group publicity at U.K. distributor Curzon, share the film’s journey with Variety. When director Colm Bairéad and producer Cleona Ní Chrualaoi first screened “An Cailín Ciúin” (“The Quiet Girl”) to myself and my business partner Robert McCann Finn in the middle of the pandemic in 2021, we were completely floored by its searing beauty, emotional depth and heartfelt honesty.We founded Break Out Pictures to acquire titles that often need a bespoke theatrical release and, from the outset, we really believed audiences would embrace it just as much as we did.
Blossoms unveil details of 21 date UK and Ireland tour
Blossoms have today unveiled details of a 21 date UK and Ireland tour this winter.The Stockport five-piece will head out on the road this November and December and will perform across the UK and Ireland. The dates include two nights at Manchester’s O2 Apollo and one night at London’s O2 Academy in Brixton.Tickets for the gigs go on sale at 9am on August 5 here.Check out the full list of dates below:UK & IRELAND TOUR! We're very pleased to announced our November/December tour dates including London @O2AcademyBrix & two nights at Manchester @O2ApolloManc.Fan presale begins 9am on Wednesday https://t.co/NhTKYSWrMpTickets go on general sale 9am Friday https://t.co/YFzalgMPaP pic.twitter.com/vKBYYWsvUY— B L O S S O M S (@BlossomsBand) August 1, 2022NOVEMBER 11 – Bristol – O2 Academy12 – Nottingham – Rock City13 – Aylesbury – Waterside Theatre15 – Cambridge – Corn Exchange16 – Portsmouth – Guildhall18 – Exeter University – Great Hall19 – Bournemouth – O2 Academy20 – Newcastle – O2 City Hall22 – Glasgow – O2 Academy23 – Edinburgh – O2 Academy25 – Doncaster – Dome26 – Cardiff University – Great Hall27 – Liverpool University – The Mountford Hall29 – Birmingham – O2 Academy30 – Norwich – The Nick Rayns LCR, UEADECEMBER2 – Brighton – Dome3 – London – O2 Academy Brixton5 – Belfast – Telegraph6 – Dublin – Olympia Theatre8 – Manchester – O2 Apollo9 – Manchester – O2 ApolloIn other news, Blossoms covered The Human League’s classic single ‘Don’t You Want Me’ during their headline set at Truck Festival earlier this month.
Which UK cities have previously hosted Eurovision – and has Britain ever won before?
Eurovision Song Contest on a tide of pro-Kyiv feeling as their warriors battle against Vladimir Putin’s invasion.Kalush Orchestra won the competition in Italy with their folk-rap combo song Stefania, with United Kingdom entrant Sam Ryder coming in second place.But while traditionally the winner hosts the next year’s competition, organisers the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has decided the event cannot be held in the war-torn country following Russia’s incursion.Instead, the UK will host the event in 2023 on behalf of Ukraine.It will be the ninth time Eurovision has taken place in the UK – more than any other country.Ukraine will still automatically qualify for the grand final alongside the so-called big five nations, the UK, France, Germany, Italy and Spain, who get a free pass because of their financial contributions to the event.The Daily Star takes a look at when the UK has held the competition before, when it has previously won and which country has been victorious the most.An English location has been chosen seven times to host Eurovision, while the Scottish capital has also been used.London has hosted Eurovision a total of four times, in 1960, 1963, 1968 and 1977.Edinburgh organised it in 1972, Brighton in 1974 and Harrogate in 1982.The UK last hosted the Eurovision Song Contest in 1998 in Birmingham following Katrina And The Waves’ victory in Dublin with Love Shine A Light the year before.The UK has won the Eurovision Song Contest five times and has come second 15 times.The first win was in 1967 with Sandie Shaw’s hit Puppet on a String, and the last was three decades later in 1997.Full list of UK Eurovision victors:Lula - Bomb-Bang-a-Bang, 1969Brotherhood of Man - Save Your Kisses For Me, 1976Bucks Fizz -
Dublin is the capital and largest city of Ireland. Situated on a bay on the east coast, at the mouth of the River Liffey, it lies within the province of Leinster. It is bordered on the south by the Dublin Mountains, a part of the Wicklow Mountains range. It has an urban area population of 1,173,179, while the population of the Dublin Region (formerly County Dublin) as of 2016 was 1,347,359. The population of the Greater Dublin Area was 1,904,806 per the 2016 census.