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Chris O'Dowd talked about Roscommon people being sheep stealers, on Jonathan Ross

He seemed embarrassed.

CHRIS O’DOWD WAS on the Jonathan Ross Show last night.

He talked about the new series of Moone Boy, and also discussed his Roscommon heritage.

And the interesting contrast between its county nickname, and some of the others…

And why would that be?

O’Dowd also revealed that when he was a kid, his older sisters would put makeup on him during the night and then send him off to school.

“When they were being particularly cruel they would make it really subtle, just some shadow on the eyes,” he said.

To make it seem like a decision I had made.

Here’s the clip:

Source: The Jonathan Ross Show

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