Mulcahy: 'Come back Paddy Reilly and marry James Duff'
Gay Byrne has been knocking it out of the park again this week with his witty one-liners.
Chatting about the result of last weekend's marriage referendum with editor and activist Ross Golden-Bannon, Gaybo quipped: "It's now a case of Come back Paddy Reilly and marry James Duff."
While Maria and the 'Hookie Monster' have a little bit of formal training under their belts, Bannon - who will perform a Bollywood dance routine to Jai Ho - is a novice to the world of plies and ball changes.
"I have never danced before," he told a group of reporters.
"Now, all of a sudden, I'm wearing a kurta and mascara and jumping all over the place. The only dancing I did when I was younger was the shuffle to get the shift."
Your wife is one lucky lady.
Buskers performing under the famous "dreaming spires" of Oxford have been warned they can face a fine of up to Stg£1,000 if they aren't smiling sweetly while strumming guitars/ break dancing or miming.
Given that some of Dublin's best-known buskers include the acerbic comedian David McSavage, and those brooding musicians, Glen Hansard and Damien Rice - I can't see this law being introduced on our shores.
Social media went mad yesterday when a picture of George Clooney appeared outside a Post Office in Newcastle, Co Down.
He was rumoured to be up North for the Irish Open. Sadly though George wasn't sending post cards. It was all an elaborate hoax.