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Saturday 1 October 2016

Roz Purcell joins model pals for night out on the town

Roz Purcell
Roz Purcell

She's known for her love of cooking, but Roz Purcell decided to take a break from the kitchen as she enjoyed dinner with some of her model pals over the weekend.

The former Miss Universe Ireland (24) ditched her musician boyfriend Bressie for the evening and joined fellow Andrea Roche Agency beauties Aoife Walsh, Claire Tracey and Laura O'Shea for a dinner date on Saturday.

The stylish group enjoyed a night out in city centre sushi restaurant Yamamori.

Roz admitted she has had to up her exercise regime as she spends so much time tasting her recipes for her blog, Natural Born Feeder.

The Tipperary native said that she has to work out "all the time" to maintain her figure. Roz revealed that she insists on trying out all her own recipes instead of getting someone else to taste them.

"People always ask how I cook so much and keep trim but I train all the time and I have to do a lot more of it now because I always make sure to test everything myself," she told the Diary.

"I would never put up a recipe on my website without tasting it myself, that's such an important part of cooking for me."

"Other people say that they make things and they have tasters who try the dishes so that they don't have to eat it, but I could never do that," she added.

Marty is main man

A host of some of the country's best-known broadcasters and TV personalities attended the annual student media awards at the Aviva stadium last week but there was only one star attraction for the undergraduates.

Claire Byrne, Oliver Callan and Ursula Halligan were all enjoying the evening but all the budding journalists only wanted a selfie with one man - Marty Morrissey.

The GAA commentator obliged all before the after party continued in Krystle.

Wheatus in Whelan's

Wheatus will play Whelan's on September 28 as part of their 15th Anniversary Tour.

The Teenage Dirtbag rockers will perform their complete debut album as part of the set.

Tickets are on sale now for €17.50 at Ticketmaster.

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