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Garth Brooks isn't coming to Dublin and he's not happy he's being 'used for publicity for a play'
He’s not coming AGAIN.
14 things I learned from going to interview a movie star
A glimpse behind the scenes of a big blockbuster press junket.
Column: Enda's charm offensive has begun
The Taoiseach’s rare appearance on Irish television is a firm signal that Fine Gael is gearing up for a general election – but don’t expect him on Vincent Browne any time soon.
Opinion: Brand Suarez now has even more bite
Despite his reputation being torn to shreds by the media, Luis Suarez will remain hot property for companies eager to associate with one of the hottest, if most controversial, figures in sport, writes Paul Allen.
Column: In a celebrity obsessed world is it any surprise we love the red carpet drama
With the glitz and glamour of the Oscars hitting our screens tonight, Kim Cadogan questions why we obsess over the clothing choices of the rich and famous.
Over 450,000 tune in to Tallafornia
Almost half a million viewers tuned in to last night’s preview of the TV3 reality show – with the show itself not officially due to start until early next year.
Reggae and Usain Bolt: How Arthur's Day translates abroad
To Martha? To llamas? You might have your own opinion of the Guinness fest here – but is it really going round the world?…
Caption competition: Ladies! Know yer onions.
What’s the connection between a photoshoot for a hair and beauty championship and the allium genus of vegetable? No, us neither.
It could be you, says Ryanair...
… Or could it? The airline is claiming a printing error means there are more cars to be won than usual in its scratchcards. Now isn’t that a lucky break…
Coalition deal gets tentative welcome from international press
Fine Gael-Labour programme described as pragmatic – while Michael Noonan gets a personal boost for his “witty quips in parliamentary debates”…
Barry C Hunt's haircut economics: The Z-list endorsement
As The Apprentice character promotes his barber shop with life-sized photograph and his name over the door, we ask: what counts as a celebrity endorsement these days?