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Forget Renee Zellweger, who's the lad beside her?

His name is Doyle, and he’s got fabulous hair.

TODAY THE INTERNET is abuzz with chat about actress Renee Zellweger, who made an appearance at an event in Hollywood last night.

The chat is about her apparently altered appearance, and speculation about possible measures she’s taken to change how she looks.

Zellweger’s appearance has been the subject of discussion for many years now, from the weight she gained to play the role of Bridget Jones in two film adaptations of the Helen Fielding novels, to her periods of weight loss over the past ten years.


Aside from her appearance, chat about Zellweger has also focused on her  love life. From White Stripes singer Jack White, to country musician Kenny Chesney to even a fling with Celbridge’s own Damien Rice.

Now that everyone’s talking about her appearance again, why not take a look at the man currently by her side, overlooked in most of today’s internet frenzy.

2014 ELLE Women in Hollywood Awards - Los Angeles Source: AFF/EMPICS Entertainment

Well, that’s not very nice!

Zellweger’s boyfriend is musician Doyle Bramhall II. He’s a guitarist who’s played with the likes of Elton John, Roger Waters and Eric Clapton, as well as releasing his own acclaimed solo work.

Not a bad CV. And we think his hair looks just fine.

Crossroads Guitar Festival - New York Bramhall performing with John Mayer in Madison Square Garden on 2013. Source: Empics Entertainment

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Emer McLysaght

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