National College of Ireland, Dublin.
To mark International Women’s Day, financial giant Amundi announced a partnership with the National College of Ireland (NCI), to support women into Finance through a three-year scholarship and mentoring programme.
Everyone’s cross today.
And, furthermore, Mia.
Italian X Factor contestants cover with some gusto Fontaines DC’s 2020 banger
Televised Mind from the long player, A Hero’s Death.
*chews biro top*
Thanks Colm Kelly
Samuel Larsson and Richard Hansson’s shredded version of One Direction’s live performance of on X Factor USA last year. Midnight Memories
Reports from the United States claim that Cheryl Cole has been dropped as a judge on the US version of
The X Factor .
Celebrity website TMZ and
US Weekly quoted unnamed sources as saying Cole (27), a member of British pop band Girls Aloud, was being replaced in the new Fox Television venture created by Simon Cowell.
Although Fox and Cole’s UK publicist have yet to comment on the story, TMZ said sources claimed producers were concerned the singer’s Newcastle accent was too strong for US audiences.
Cole Dropped By US X Factor Show (Irish Times)
Make your own Simon/Louis mash-up
[CLICK the ARROWS to BROWSE]
The girls from Tesco. The bloke in the chipper.
The butcher. The bookie.
Everyone loves Mary.
She’s Eiregeddon’s Dame Vera Lynn.
Well, Glinner sure seems to heart the Cheryl.
Yes, yes, it’s all a vast, stage-managed
tabloid vortex into which even the most cynical are inexorably drawn, but still.
This is the tune that new SuBo, Dubliner Mary Byrne will sing on the X-Factor tomorrow night.
‘I Who Have Nothing’ by Shirley Bassey (performed here by Demi Whore).
Mary’s version will be used in a future Reeling In The Years with news images of Sean Quinn and Paddy Kelly.
And we shall laugh.