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Courteney Cox is in Kerry drinking her own wee with Bear Grylls... It's The Dredge

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So no-one told you life was gonna be this way. CLAP CLAP CLAP CLAP. ‘What way?’, you ask? Well, trying to survive in the wilds of Kerry with Bear Grylls.

Courteney Cox is doing just that. She’s in Ireland – somewhere outside Dingle to be exact – to film an episode of Gryll’s new TV series Running Wild. Wee drinking is not out of the question.

Raining and windy? You made it just in time for the Irish summer! *bursts into tears*.

Cox’s fiancé and Snow Patrol man Johnny McDaid is with her, and they were supposedly drying off in a Dingle pub last night.

Vogue Williams and Roz Purcell are too good for Tinder. Well, they’ve said they would never use it. Same difference in the bitter and jealous world of The Dredge. (Goss.ie)

Purcell, who recently split from Blizzards singer and noted Very Tall Man Bressie has said that she “can’t even think about” getting involved with the dating app. while Vogue, whose marriage to Brian McFadden ended last year, said that it’s not for her either, but she might meet someone via Twitter or Instagram. Form an orderly line… er… tweet.

Meanwhile, Roz Purcell bought a backpack for her dog. 

It arrived @corinagaffey 😂😂😂🐶🐶🐶

A photo posted by Rozanna Purcell (@rozannapurcell) on

LOOK AT HIS LITTLE PAWS!

And the rest of the day’s celebrity dirt…

  • Lindsay Lohan is writing a book (Buzzfeed
  • Bread makes Jessie J fart (Mirror)
  • Kendall Jenner bought Emily Blunt’s old house (3am)
  • Cheryl No Last Name and Liam Payne are still going out (Daily Mail)
  • Are Rihanna and Drake going out? (3am)

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