'I did a photocall with a live lobster on Tuesday'
After a mad weekend, Alex and I just had a chill day in our apartment on Monday.
We ordered pizza and relaxed until I had to get my flight home to Dublin.
I had a press call for the launch of the Cathedral Smokehouse Grill on Tuesday morning, which was interesting to say the least.
I had to hold a live lobster and I just wanted to cry because I knew they were going to kill him afterwards.
They were like 'Let's smoke it in front of you' and I felt so sorry for the little guy - it was definitely one of the more unusual photo calls I've ever done.
It was really cool, though, because the pictures made it look like I was on hot coals but it was dry ice and it looked really good.
It's a great new venue and I can't wait to have a night out there with my friends once it opens.
Stars line out for car launch
Today FM's Ian Dempsey, rugby hero Fiona Coghlan and TV presenter Lorraine Keane were on hand last night to launch Renault's 152 summer campaign.
Lorraine was waxing lyrical about her love of cars before she hot-footed it to Monkstown to present her Keane On Style Event.
Guests were treated to tapas, wine and luxury goodie bags filled to the brim with fashion and beauty treats.
Aaron enjoys butcher rave
ON Wednesday night Love/Hate star Aaron Heffernan was spotted partying away at a rave - held in a butcher shop.
More than 160 revellers took to O'Sullivan's Butcher Shop in Camden Street to party the night away with house music legend Henrik B supplying the tunes.
Rave + Butcher Shop was the first in a series of Desperados parties that combine the normal and the absurd to create unusual party moments.
Walking on Cars concert
Following their sold-out show at the Olympia theatre in March, much acclaimed Walking On Cars have announced their highly anticipated return to Dublin.
The Catch Me If You Can singers will play the Olympia on October 21.
Tickets priced from €23 including booking fee go on sale next Thursday, June 4, at 9am from Ticketmaster outlets nationwide.