just Daniel O’Donnell and his wife Majella having an absolute nightmare trying to start a livestream pic.twitter.com/Dx4VVnM3oU
— shane reaction (@shane_reaction_) June 8, 2020
We’ve all been there.
The first episode of the new series of Room to Improve starts Sunday, at 9.30pm on RTÉ One.
Gareth Naughton writes:
Country music legend Daniel O’Donnell and his wife Majella share a large four-bed detached home in Kincasslagh, west Donegal. Unlike Daniel, who’s fairly happy with the place, Majella is keen to upgrade and reconfigure the interior. With her husband on tour, she’s determined to get the very best from her architect.
Daniel O’Donnell fan David Marks
Anything good in the Plymouth Herald?
A loyal Daniel O’Donnell fan has been left distraught after finding out that his idol won’t be coming to Plymouth on his 2016 tour.
David Marks (above) has been a fan of the Irish singer since the young age of 14…As the 18-year-old eagerly anticipated O’Donnell’s tour dates for this year, he was shocked to find that the country singer didn’t have Plymouth on his tour list.
The teen said it would “ruin his life” if he couldn’t see Daniel this year, and with the closest venue being Bristol’s Colston Hall to see the famous singer, David feels the trip would be near impossible for him to make.
When love comes to town.
Neal Cummins writes:
This is Anne Sheerin, owner of Anne’s B&B in Tulsk Co. Roscommon, reacting to the arrival of Daniel and Majella to her home. Anne owns the B&B with her husband Noel, a retired school teacher, and is a huge Daniel fan. Anne features in the first episode of ‘Daniel and Majella’s B&B Road Trip’ – a brand new six-part series, broadcasting exclusively on UTV Ireland from next Monday at 8pm.
Chris Macdonald writes:
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“I can put into words how amazing it is. When I started this, I said to myself, if I could raise €10,000 I would be delighted. “And Daniel said to me, ‘You should be looking more towards €100,000’, and I started laughing. “I said, ‘Are you joking me for God sake, how on earth could we do that in today’s climate?’ “And I said, ‘Okay, I’ll aim for €50,000 then. I may as well aim for the stars, I might get the moon.’ Mother of God and heaven above, thank you everybody so much. “I can’t thank them enough, it’s incredible. Absolutely incredible… I can’t believe that [they’ve raised nearly €400,000].
You can donate €4 by texting “Pink” to 50300, calling 1850 606060, or by visiting Majella’s Pink Appeal.
Daniel O’Donnell shows impressive control at the Hidden Hearing Heroes awards where Stuart Foy (above) picked up the Sportsperson award for his contribution to soccer and the Deaflympics.
Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland
Thanks Rory McGuigan