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Monday 20 November 2017

Vogue and Brian head back to Oz

NEWLY engaged couple Vogue Williams and Brian McFadden headed back to Oz today after spending a week with their family and friends.

Although they did not have a lavish engagement bash as expected, the pair were seen socialising with pals Pippa O'Connor and Brian Ormond during their visit to Dublin.

Before taking off on their long haul flight, Vogue popped into the Sea Point clinic yesterday to get some last minute work done on her teeth.

The Fade Street star also made time to go shopping in Katie Price's favourite spot, Lara Boutique.

Meanwhile, TV nutritionist Dr Eva Orsmond was out at the launch of Fibre 1, the new cereal from Nestle this week.

The Operation Transformation star was joined by the Rose of Tralee Tara Talbot, Holly White and magazine editor Melanie Morris at a special breakfast launch in Residence on Monday.

RTE star Jennifer Maguire is fronting a new online TV show, Snug TV, to coincide with the launch of Dublin Does Fridays this weekend.

The new venture urges professionals to grab a few drinks with their colleagues after work on a Friday. Republic of Telly star Jennifer will be filming an online show to back the campaign, which will be recorded in a number of Dublin pubs.

Kicking off tomorrow, people are asked to pop into The Bank on College Green for a pint after work.

Rugby star Shane Byrne will be joined by fellow sports legends for the annual Fighting Blindness Sporting Lunch next month.

The former Irish international will be a special guest at the February 2 event along with stars from the racing world. Guests at the invite only event can enjoy a champagne reception, followed by a three-course lunch and a raffle and auction, all taking place at the Westin Hotel, Dublin.

Calling all musical lovers. Top West End comedy musical Avenue Q is coming to the Grand Canal Theatre in April.

The Tony Award-winning show will open in Dublin for the first time on Tuesday April 3 until Saturday, April 7.

The musical, set in downtown New York, has been described as an X-rated version of Sesame Street and The Muppet Show.

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