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TV beauty Amanda Byram will be jetting home next week to attend the Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby Festival at the Curragh Races.

Taking place this year from June 29 to July 1, there's a plethora of well-known faces lined up, including the former presenter of BBC's Wipeout.

Byram is just back from a two-month long stint in Australia, where she was spending time with her best pal.

But it's now back to business for the Castleknock native, who has already landed a new gig presenting talent show Don't Stop Me Now.

CORRIE beauty Michelle Keegan will be joining forces with model Caprice for the opening of a new nightclub in Dublin next week.

The Diary has learnt that the brunette babe is jetting in especially for the opening of Rouge nightclub on the main street of Swords.

Organised by Caprice's former marketing manager Tara Sinnott, she's pulling out all the stops to ensure it's a night to remember.

Officially opening on Friday, June 29, all our best-known revellers will be heading northside.

THERE was no shortage of style out at Whitewater shopping centre in Newbridge, Co Kildare last night, where an evening of fashion and pampering took place.

Model agency boss Jules Fallon joined forces with Xpose producer Debbie O'Donnell to host some styling workshops in the centre's new sports lounge.

Among those on the guest list were Patricia Roe, Tamso Doyle and Nicola Hughes alongside Thom Malone of Paddy Power.

NEXT week will see the nationwide release of Joyful Noise.

And next Tuesday will see a number of media types get the first look at the new flick at a press screening at the Denzille private cinema. Starring Oscar nominees Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton, it's described as a funny and inspirational story of music and hope.