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Published 23/04/2015 | 02:30

Things become a little bizarre when Storm broaches the subject of her mortality
Things become a little bizarre when Storm broaches the subject of her mortality
Pundit Eamon Dunphy and author Roddy Doyle had plenty to chat about when attending the ‘Remembering Italia ‘90’ event in the Aviva Stadium

Ronan Keating and his bride to be - the dramatically named Storm Uechtritz - wax lyrical about each other in their exclusive engagement photocall in the glossy celeb mag, 'Hello!'

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Most of the interview is saturated with perfectly adorable anecdotes and ringing declarations of love.

But things become a little bizarre when Storm broaches the subject of her mortality.

"This is the first time I've been afraid to die," she says.

"I've never been scared of death before I met Ro, but now I'm scared every day ..."

She added: " ... that I won't have long enough in this life to spend with him." Good recovery.

 

Former Fianna Fáil TD and adviser to Charles J Haughey, Martin Mansergh, is one of the trusted souls on the "expert advisory group" with the Oireachtas committee for next year's Rising commemoration.

Asked what he is most excited about regarding the events, Mr Mansergh mentioned the courthouse at Kilmainham.

"It's being opened up and will become a sort of holding centre," he said. "But this time for tourists not prisoners." I can't wait.

 

Aidan Gillen discusses the LA lifestyle in the latest edition of music mag, Hot Press.

During the course of the interview, journalist Craig Fitzpatrick informs Gillen his former 'Love/ Hate' co-star Robert Sheehan described the inhabitants of La La Land as "very fake".

"That's interesting," Gillen replies. "Because he texted me saying 'I've taken to this place like a duck to water'."

 

Pundit Eamon Dunphy and author Roddy Doyle had plenty to chat about when attending the 'Remembering Italia '90' event in the Aviva Stadium. "Why wouldn't we get on?" Dunphy asked. "We both wrote a great book about a great footballer, the only difference is Roddy is still talking to him."

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