Bride-to-be Storm going by Mrs Keating already
They only announced their engagement a couple of months ago but Ronan Keating's other half Storm Uechtritz is already getting to grips with being the future Mrs Keating.
The TV producer, who is due to wed the Boyzone crooner next month, took to Instagram to show off her new personalised iPhone cover complete with her initials.
However, instead of using her maiden name, Storm had 'SK' emblazoned on the cover and said she is giving her soon-to-be husband's name a "trial run".
"Still a month away from becoming Keating but ah well. Using it anyway haha," the blonde captioned the picture.
Despite only announcing their intentions to tie the knot back in April, it has been rumoured that Ronan and Storm are set to say 'I do' in a ceremony in Scotland later this summer.
The loved-up duo also opened a joint Snapchat account recently so fans can keep up to date with what they're up to.
Marina and Zed to play
Global dance sensation Zedd has announced has he will play Dublin's Academy this winter.
The German born Grammy winner, who is known for his collaborations with artists including Foxes and Hayley Williams, will play the venue on November 26.
Tickets priced at €25.40 go on sale this Thursday at 9am from www.ticketmaster.ie.
Meanwhile, Welsh pop singer Marina and the Diamonds has revealed she will return to Dublin this December.
The Primadonna songstress, who released new album Froot earlier this year, will also play the Academy on December 2.
Tickets priced at €27.90 will go on sale this Friday at 9am, also available from www.ticketmaster.ie.
€50k for Seo Linn album
They're internet sensations and now Gaelgoir band Seo Linn look set to make their first album after raising a whopping €50,000 in less than 30 days.
The singing troupe, who are best known for their Irish cover of Wake Me Up by Avicii, which went viral two years ago, started up a fundraising campaign on website Kickstarter last month and have already reached their target through donations.
"We're overwhelmed with the generosity of the public and I don't think we can fully express how thankful we are," lead singer Stiofan O'Feareal said.