HUNKY England soccer legend Steven Gerrard will be coming to Ireland in a few days accompanied by his stunning wife Alex.
But this time around, he'll be swapping his soccer shorts for some natty checked trousers as he tees-off this Friday to help raise funds for a good cause in a weekend of fundraising.
He has joined forces with his Boyzone pal Keith Duffy for a celebrity golf classic taking place at Druids Glen Golf Resort in Co Wicklow, followed by a soccer event the following day.
Some 30 teams have signed up to battle it out to win the inaugural event, followed by a four-course meal at the Ritz Carlton hotel in Powerscourt.
One competition winner from each county in Ireland will also nab a Liverpool jersey signed by Gerrard and one lucky winner will meet Gerrard himself on Saturday.
•The Irish Autism Action charity soccer tournament will take place on Saturday at Tallaght Stadium.
Corporate teams will have the chance to play against stars from the world of soccer and showbiz with Steven Gerrard presenting the winner's trophy at the end of the day.
•Unique footage of a visit to Dingle by the late pop icon Amy Winehouse will be screened at a festival in London tomorrow.
A documentary by Other Voices director Maurice Linnane, The Day She Came To Dingle, will be seen for the first time ever at the East End Film Festival, which runs in various locations across the city until Sunday. It contains previously unseen concert footage recorded during the making of the RTE music series in Dingle, Co Kerry.
•Great to see affable restaurateur John Healy back to form after his lengthy illness. The charming maitre d' of the popular RTE show filmed in the Wineport Lodge in Co Westmeath was spotted enjoying a quiet night out with pals in new Dawson Street eatery 37 and looked in good spirits.
All his dreams came true last March after he underwent a successful heart transplant.