Laura Whitmore: 'Balance' is key to staying in shape
She was out partying with Niall Horan after Wireless festival this weekend, but Laura Whitmore insists "balance" is the key to her enviable figure.
The 30-year-old is set to spend the rest of the summer jetting across Europe to different festivals including Ibiza Rocks and Isle of MTV in Malta.
"I think it is all about balance. The older you are, the more you're aware of what is good and what is bad and more conscious of different types of food that you eat," she said.
"I have a NutriBullet, so I like to make smoothies every now and then. I think if you stop yourself eating something, you're more likely to turn around and eat everything.
"I'm not really a huge gym person. I enjoy running and I'm into hot yoga as well, so those are probably my two main fitness things," she added.
More dates for Oliver Callan
Due to phenomenal demand funnyman Oliver Callan has added four extra live shows to his tour.
The satirist will perform at the University Concert Hall, Limerick on October 24, An Grianan, Letterkenny on October 30, The Hawkswell, Sligo on November 6 and the Black Box in Galway on November 27.
Tickets for all four shows cost from €26 and will go on sale this Friday at 9am via Ticketmaster and venue box offices.
Empire adds piano bar
Empire on Main Street in Swords is set to expand with the addition of a plush new piano bar and garden called Babylon.
The new outdoor area will be opening on Thursday night and they are having quite the party to celebrate. Paul Harrington and Jerry Fish will be playing live and everyone is welcome to attend.
The party kicks off at 9pm.
Love/Hate stars at party
TV stars Mary Murray and John Connors turned out to support an autism fundraiser this weekend.
The event was held on Saturday afternoon at the Ink Factory on Wellington Quay where people donated money to Irish Autism Action and got a tattoo of the autism symbol - a jigsaw piece - for free.
Other guests included model Fionnuala Short and actor Brendan Sheehan.
100 people got tattoos and the event raised more than €3,000.