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Tuesday 27 September 2016

Facebook caution Holly over her bare legs snap

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Holly Carpenter
Holly Carpenter

Model Holly Carpenter ruffled some feathers at Facebook with a cheeky snap of her legs in the bath.

The former Miss Ireland wrote a piece about what girls really mean when they send snapchats to boys on her blog but Facebook were not impressed with the pic she used to promote the piece.

Holly posted a picture of the notification she received from the social media site saying she had violated their "community standards on nudity".

"Are you having a laugh!? My toe!? The bubbles are... I can't - feeling amused," she captioned the snap.

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The news comes as she recently revealed that she moved from Assets Model Agency back to Andrea Roche in order to promote her site.

"I'm really happy to be back. I was with Assets for about a year but Andrea is really great at managing people who have blogs; with the likes of Roz and Pippa and Rosanna," she explained.

She also revealed that she won't be going down the healthy recipe route like her colleagues Rosanna Davison and Roz Purcell.

"My blogs are not about food. It's about issues that girls come across every day, whether it's dating and stuff or dilemmas," she said.

"I did a few recipes at the start then I was like, what am I don't? I don't even like cooking."

Bands back on the street

Bands are coming back to Baggot Street with the launch of The Alternative Sunday Social Club at Toners on Sunday, April 19 at 4pm.

The Trouble Pilgrims, made up of former Radiators From Space Pete Holidai, Steve Rapid and Johnny Bonnie, bassist Paddy Goodwin, and guitarist Tony St Ledger will be playing their classic debut album TV Tube Heart in full for the first time in over 30 years. Admission is €10.

Oi! Ginger heads to US

Angela Scanlon's brilliant show, Oi! Ginger is set to go Stateside.

The flame-haired presenter revealed yesterday that the popular RTE2 series would be screened in American high schools.

"Today's weird/wonderful news - Oi Ginger will be shown in Californian High Schools as part of a 'cultural awareness' programme," she wrote online.

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