IRISH model Nadia Forde (left) took time out this weekend to catch up with her I'm a Celeb pals.
The Dubliner enjoyed a night on the tiles at her fellow contestant Jimmy Bullard's family pub The One Bell in south east London.
Former playboy model Kendra Wilkinson and actress Vicki Michelle also joined the Clontarf model and reality star.
The re-united group seemed to be in high spirits.
Nadia said that the only thing missing from the night was her pal Debbie O'Leary ,who flew out to Oz to support her while she was on the show. The two friends met when Nadia dated rugby player Luke Fitzgerald - Debbie is engaged to former Ireland international Peter Stringer.
Legend gig announced
GRAMMY award winner John Legend has just been added to this year's Live at the Marquee roster.
The singer-songwriter will play the Cork venue on June 23 with tickets going on sale this Wednesday.
Legend has nabbed nine Grammies throughout his career and has collaborated with Jay-Z, Kanye West and Alicia Keys.
THE Underground club in Dublin hosted a 200-hour DJ Norbeto Loco set - which broke the record for the longest ever DJ performance.
The longest an Irish DJ had ever played for was 75 hours, and the world record was to beat was a 168-hour session.
The Polish DJ has been living in Ireland for nine years. He is now the holder of the Guinness World Record for The Longest Marathon Club DJ-ing.
Time to party 1920s-style
IF the St Patrick's Day Festival is not exactly right up your street, the Irish Museum of Modern Art has a unique way of celebrating next month's bank holiday weekend.
On March 14 the museum will host Prohibition, a 1920s-inspired vintage party. There will be secret rooms, a silent cinema and retro music to keep guest entertained. Flappers and fan dancers will also feature at the throwback Great Gatsby-style party.