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'I'm on Love Island - I didn't tell my colleagues, they'll see me on TV' says Catherine

Love Island star Catherine Agbaje is one of ten singletons heading to the iconic ITV2 villa this summer in order to find love.The commercial real estate agent, 22, from Dublin, is ready to settle down after never actually being in a relationship before.Talking to press, including OK!, about if anyone would be surprised to see her on the ITV2 dating show, Catherine admitted: "Not ex-boyfriends, as such! I would say more like my colleagues, or my family, like I didn't tell my cousins and stuff like that. "They're going to be like: 'Oh my God, she's on TV!' I only initially told my immediate family, and like my best friends and closest friends.

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50 Cent adds extra UK and Ireland dates to his ‘Final Lap Tour’
50 Cent has added new dates to the UK and Ireland leg of his upcoming ‘The Final Lap Tour’ with Busta Rhymes.The New York rapper announced his latest world tour earlier this month – spanning the UK, US and Europe – to celebrate the 20th anniversary of his 2003 debut album ‘Get Rich Or Die Tryin’.50 Cent will be joined on the tour by Busta Rhymes and special guest Jeremih.With the original five dates of the UK and Ireland leg now all sold out, 50 Cent has added four more November gigs to his itinerary “due to fan demand”. This includes additional stops in Dublin, Manchester and London, as well as a new date in Newcastle on November 18.UK and Ireland, we heard you! Due to fan demand, I’ve added more dates to THE FINAL LAP TOUR celebrating GET RICH OR DIE TRYIN’ – 20 YEARS LATER with Busta Rhymes and special guest Jeremih! Tickets on sale Friday 26 May, 10am local, lock yours in • https://t.co/P4qRWUblmR pic.twitter.com/WhrteLWe11— 50cent (@50cent) May 25, 2023Tickets for ‘The Final Lap Tour’ are on sale now, and you can check out the UK and Ireland dates below and find any remaining tickets here.November6 – Dublin, 3Arena 7 – Dublin, 3Arena9 – Glasgow, OVO Hydro10 – Manchester, AO Arena11 – London, O2 Arena12 – Birmingham, Resorts World Arena15 – Manchester, AO Arena17 – London, OVO Arena Wembley18 – Newcastle Upon Tyne, Utilita ArenaLast week, 50 Cent hinted that ‘The Final Lap Tour’ may be his last as he focuses instead on his TV and film career.
Check out 100 gecs’ new 2023 UK and European tour dates
100 gecs have announced details of a new UK and European headline tour for later this year – see the dates below and buy tickets here.The duo – Dylan Brady and Laura Les – will tour on the back of their second studio album, ‘10,000 gecs’, which landed last month.Beginning on October 8 in Berlin, the tour will then visit Italy, France, Belgium and more before hitting the UK and Ireland for seven shows including a huge London date at the Hammersmith Apollo.A week later, the gigs will then wrap up with a headline show at the Manchester Academy.Tickets for the gigs are on sale now – buy your tickets here and see the full list of gigs below.OCTOBER 20238 – Berlin, Astra11 – Milan, Alcatraz13 – Paris, Le Bataclan14 – Cologne, Carlswerk Victoria16 – Amsterdam, Melkweg17 – Utrecht, Tivoli Vredenburg18 – Brussels, Ancienne Belgique20 – Bristol, Marble Factory21 – London, Eventim Apollo22 – Leeds, O2 Academy24 – Dublin, Olympia25 – Glasgow, O2 Academy27 – Birmingham, O2 Institute28 – Manchester, AcademyReviewing new album ‘10,000 gecs’, NME wrote: “Though it’s sorely missing some choice cuts from 100 gecs’ current live set (namely ‘Fallen 4 Ü’ and ‘What’s That Smell?’), ‘10,000 gecs’ is insanely fun and impressively ambitious.“It’s also short but sweet, throwing its turbulent flurry of punches and then dipping out before listeners have a chance to really think about what’s going on.
Royal Blood announce new 2023 UK and Ireland headline tour
Royal Blood have announced details of a UK and Ireland headline tour for later this year – see dates below and get ticket details here.The duo are set to release new album ‘Back To The Water Below’ on September 8, and they announced the album this week with the release of new single ‘Mountains At Midnight’.The October shows come after a series of summer gigs including stadium shows in support of Muse and a host of festival shows.The headline tour begins on October 20 at Manchester’s O2 Apollo, running for 10 days and finishing in Dublin at the Olympia Theatre.General sale tickets for the gigs go on sale on Friday, June 2 at 9am BST – you can buy yours here.MAY 202327 – Plymouth, Home Park (with Muse)28 – Dundee, BBC Radio 1’s Big WeekendJUNE 202320 – Huddersfield, John Smith’s Stadium (with Muse)21-25 – Glastonbury Festival25 – Milton Keynes Bowl (with Muse)JULY 20239 – Glasgow, TRNSMT Festival23 – Oxford, Truck Festival27-30 – Kendal, Kendal Calling28-30 – Derbyshire, Y NOT? Festival29 – Brighton, BeachOCTOBER 202320 – Manchester, O2 Apollo22 – Stockton, Globe24 – London, Eventim Apollo25 – Liverpool, Uni The Mountford Hall26 – Wolverhampton, The Civic at The Halls27 – Portsmouth, Guildhall29 – Belfast, The Telegraph Building30 – Dublin, 3Olympia TheatreDiscussing the follow-up to 2021 album ‘Typhoons’ in a new interview with NME, frontman Mike Kerr revealed how playing live again after the pandemic informed the sound of the album.“We got to go on tour and that process of going back out on the road was what really brought us back to life,” he said. “The mantra for the band has always been that playing live is the reason we exist.
Niall Horan announces huge 2024 ‘The Show’ world tour
Niall Horan has announced details of a huge world tour for 2024 – check out all the dates for ‘The Show’ below and buy tickets here.The former One Direction is set to release his third solo album ‘The Show’ later this year on June 9, and will take it on the road next year.The newly announced gigs begin in the UK next February, before heading to mainland Europe, Australia and New Zealand and then North America.Horan said in a statement: “There’s nothing better than watching the crowd sing back to you with all that emotion on their faces and knowing that they’re attaching the song to something meaningful in their own lives.“To me, that’s always the greatest thing that can ever come from songwriting.”See the full list of dates below, and buy US tickets here and UK tickets here from 10am on Friday, June 2.FEBRUARY 202421 – Belfast, UK – SSE Arena Belfast23 – Dublin, IE – 3Arena27 – Birmingham, UK – Resorts World ArenaMARCH 20241 – London, UK – OVO Arena Wembley4 – Cardiff, UK – Cardiff International Arena5 – Manchester, UK – AO Arena7 – Antwerp, BE – Lotto Arena8 – Paris, FR – Zénith11 – Berlin, DE – Mercedes-Benz Arena12 – Copenhagen, DK – Royal Arena15 – Stockholm, SE – Hovet Ice Hall18 – Lodz, PL – Atlas Arena20 – Munich, DE – Olympiahalle21 – Milan, IT – Mediolanum Forum23 – Madrid, ES – WiZink Center26 – Düsseldorf, DE – PSD Bank Dome27 – Amsterdam, NL – Ziggo DomeAPRIL 202426 – Auckland, New Zealand – Spark Arena28 – Brisbane, Australia – Brisbane Entertainment CentreMAY 20241 – Sydney, Australia – Quodos Bank Arena3 – Melbourne, Australia – Rod Laver Arena29 – Fort Lauderdale, FL – Hard Rock Live31 – Tampa, FL – MIDFLORIDA Credit Union AmphitheatreJUNE 20243 – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena7 – Raleigh, NC – Coastal
Dublin is the capital and largest city of Ireland. Situated on a bay on the east coast, at the mouth of the River Liffey, it lies within the province of Leinster. It is bordered on the south by the Dublin Mountains, a part of the Wicklow Mountains range. It has an urban area population of 1,173,179, while the population of the Dublin Region (formerly County Dublin) as of 2016 was 1,347,359. The population of the Greater Dublin Area was 1,904,806 per the 2016 census.