BEST friends Roz Purcell and Lynn Kelly are to go head-to-head at the VIP Style Awards.
The housemates are both former Miss Universe Ireland winners and have both been nominated for this year's Newcomer award.
Last year Fade Street star Vogue Williams won the award and now the Dublin models are hoping to follow in her footsteps. Other nominees include Bucks Townhouse hostess Michele McGrath, Fair City star Aoibhin Garrihy, RTE presenter Diana Bunici, and reigning Miss Ireland Holly Carpenter.
•UP-and-coming boyband Boulevard have turned to Boyzone star Keith Duffy for career advice.
The four Dubliners, who are hoping to gain the same success as One Direction, say Keith has been like a mentor to them. Lead singer of the band Andy Rice admitted the boys have been turning to Coronation Street star Keith for help.
"Honestly, Keith has been like a mentor to us, he's like an unofficial manager. We ask him for advice all the time," he said.
•SNAKE charmer Emma Quinlan will be appearing in the next month's issue of FHM. The racy Dublin model will feature in the next issue of the famous lads mag.
Half-Greek beauty Georgia Salpa appeared on the cover last month and now another Irish star will be showing off their assets. This is the 14th time Emma has posed in the popular magazine.
Pictures of her wearing sexy lingerie will be seen in the mag in the next few weeks. In the meantime Emma is preparing for her move to the UK where she will be starting work in the entertainment industry.
•FORMER Playboy croupier Louise Kavanagh will debut her DJing skills in Bucks Townhouse this weekend. The Dublin model, one of the original bunnies in London's Playboy nightclub, will be hitting the decks tomorrow night.
The Assets beauty has revealed that she turned her talents to DJing after learning how to spin tunes while working alongside a former flame.
"I actually know how to DJ properly. My ex-boyfriend was a DJ and we did some gigs together, I would take over the decks and I loved it."