Ruth O'Neill: 'Dating in LA is like being stuck in a bad episode of Sex and the City - on repeat'
Is presenter Ruth O'Neill the queen of the 'Humblebrag'?
The former E! presenter claims to be struggling to find a Dublin-based yoga studio that meets her Californian standards.
The former model (27) gave up her glamorous role Stateside to come back to Dublin, but it seems nothing in the capital can give her a decent fitness fix.
"Anyone know any good yoga studios in Dublin?" the blonde asked her Twitter followers this week. "Already tried several and they aren't advanced enough. Namaste."
It's a tough life.
While Irish yoga skills may not be up to scratch when compared with LA, let's hope our men fare better with the Dublin beauty.
Although Ruth adored her broadcasting gig, she recently said she gave up the gig because she couldn't see a future for herself in the city - particularly in the love department.
"They say people have Peter Pan syndrome there. No one gets married, and no one really has relationships.
"Everyone's looking for something better," she explained. "And that's why it's so hard to date there as well.
"I swear, dating in LA is like being stuck in a bad episode of Sex and the City - on repeat, and you can't change the channel."
Hozier set to take a break
Bad news for Hozier fans - the singer-songwriter has said he's planning a break from music.
After he finishes touring next March, the Bray man hopes to step back from the industry for a while.
The Take Me To Church singer said he won't be rushing his next album.
"It'll be nearly two years on the road at that stage, and I'd love to take a break and think about the next album," he told BBC Radio Ulster.
Bees to get Ark buzzing
If you're buzzing for some music and laughs fit for all the family, you're in luck as a brand new musical Bees! will hit the stage in The Ark next month.
The musical, written by Mark Doherty, will run from September 22-27 as part of the Dublin Theatre Festival Family Season.
Suitable for kids aged eight and up, it's the perfect way to beat the back to school blues. For more information visit www.dublintheatrefestival.com or www.ark.ie.