Mulcahy: Eurovision King Logan discusses cosmetic surgery
Published 14/05/2015 | 02:30
'Eurovision' King Johnny Logan discusses cosmetic surgery in some detail in the latest edition of 'VIP' magazine.
Try as he might, Johnny cannot understand the 'yoof' of today and its obsession with Brazilian butt implants.
"There is only one place I'd like an implant and it's not my arse," he says.
"Everyone is looking for the Kim Kardashian arse. I was always looking for the Marc Bolan one - but that was my time." Ah, the good old days.
* It's difficult to pick out the most bizarre moment from Taoiseach Enda Kenny's 'hard-hitting' 'Ireland AM' interview.
Enda talked about his ability to "cindercise [sic] sausages", and how he liked to "starve the Cabinet" to avoid them "going around over-fed".
He also buttered some scones, and recalled bumping into a woman who had cried solidly for six months. Curious and curiouser!
But probably the strangest moment was when Our Beloved Leader claimed the 'Agony Enda' hotline was still open.
It seems An Taoiseach continues to take calls on his personal mobile from ex-pats who, he claims, continue to ask: "Is it time to come back now?" Pass me the sick bag, Alice.
* Legal eagles gathered in the Solomon Art Gallery last week to toast Corkonian lawyer Flor McCarthy and his new book 'Growing a Business: How to Turn Your Legal Practice into a Financial Success'.
While most of Flor's family were keen to show their support, his young daughter, Mary (6), was a tad bemused by the bash. "When I mentioned I was launching the book, Mary replied: 'But dad, why would you send it into space?'"
* Former Fianna Fáil minister Pat Carey was amongst the artists and politicians who took part in the Abbey Theatre's Noble Call for Marriage Equality.
"I'm not used to seeing a full house," Carey remarked. "The crowds were never this big at the ard fheis."