TV presenter Daithi O’Se, who has just wrapped filming on TG4’s Highway 61, will be on hand tat ballinrobe racecourse next Monday to judge the Best Dressed Lady Competition and will have his binoculars polished to scout out the most eye-catching outfits.
The winner of this year’s Best Dressed Lady Competition will win €2,000 worth of Newbridge Silverware courtesy of sponsors Martin Murphy Newsagent and Jeweller. All 10 fashion finalists picked from the glamorous crowd by Daithi will receive a goodie bag including a bottle of Jacob’s Creek Sparkling Rosé.
Just as he lorded midfield for Galway a decade ago, Sean O Domhnaill is really making a name for himself in the RTE reality show Failte Towers which has turned out to be decent viewing this week.
The series has been one of RTE’s better attempts at reality TV (at least the hotel hasn’t burned down) and the Connemara man is making a real impact providing a calm when all hell is breaking loose as the dozen or so celebs run a full hotel with all sorts of madcap guests turning up, including nudists and hen parties.
They say you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but no one ever said don’t judge a potential boyfriend by his house. Cupid ar Cuairt is a new dating series in which a single woman must decide which of three possible partners to have a date with, just by analysing where they live!
Without ever meeting the men, the single lady must walk around the three houses and decide which guy is most suitable, with the help of a psychologist to tell her what it all means.