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Facebook comedian Fabu-D was definitely the star of Blind Date Ireland last night

He does a decent Tallaght impression.

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THE THIRD EPISODE of TV3′s Blind Date Ireland hit our screens last night, and it’s becoming must-watch cringe TV on a Sunday night.

Before it had gone to air, TV3 had let everyone know that popular Dublin Facebook comedian Fabu-D was going to be one of the suitors choosing himself a date from behind the wall.

And he didn’t disappoint

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He did his best Tallaght impression, and made quite an entrance

He casually revealed that he has 180,000 followers on Facebook – not your standard Blind Date lad

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He started off with a bit of a Halloween-appropriate question:

“If you were to star in a horror movie, what would you like to be the good guy or the bad guy?”

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Lucy, Dawn-Marie and Danielle had their pun-based answers well prepared

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They ran through another couple of questions before Fabu had to make his choice

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Eventually, he went with number two Dawn-Marie

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Al was lambasting him for not choosing one of the other girls:

“It was Blind Date. I couldn’t see!”

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We’re only on episode three, but it’s probably safe to say there won’t be better facial expressions on Blind Date than Fabu-D’s last night

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They’re heading off to Lisbon together and we’ll find out next week what the craic is

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People at home wanted more Fabu

They’ll be back next week to see how they got on

With more impressions, hopefully

Fabu has already been on Facebook to thank everyone for the response:

“Thanks everyone for watching me on Blind date whoop – cringed a little bit hearing me own voice SCARLET”

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Not a bad TV debut.

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