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The Insider: Rockstar tan

wwwSARAH Jessica Parker and the Sex And The City gals may be turning to a Dublin fashionista to get their golden glows from now on.

The A-list actresses have added Rockstar Tan, by former Fair City star turned business guru Rachel Kavanagh, to their long list of beauty essentials.

The gorgeous Dubliner is thrilled that the movie stars have the Access All Area's spray tan from her successful range in their beauty cabinets after it featured in the highly coveted goodie-bags at their movie's star-studded London premiere.

"It's so unbelievably cool," she said. "It was all very last minute."

Basically, a friend of a friend works for the Penthouse nightclub in Leicester Square, where the official movie after-party was held.

"They were initially considering putting St Tropez or Fake Bake into the bags but one of the organisers had used Rockstar Tan and loved it so they asked me whether I'd be up for supplying the goodie-bags."

Rachel is jetting to London next week for talks with Penthouse nightclub to discuss future opportunities.

DUBLIN-bound country legend Willie Nelson has had his first haircut in 30 years.

At rehearsals in Hawaii, Willie decided his legendary waist-length braids were just too high maintenance and chopped them off.

He is still undecided on what he will do with his braids and is looking for your suggestions, which Irish fans can send to noel@mcd.ie.

The best answers will get a pair of VIP tickets to the O2 show on Thursday, June 3.

singer songwriter Sinead Madden finally got to take some time from her busy touring schedule to celebrate the release of her first single, Impossible Dream, from her debut album.

Singers Brian Kennedy, Paul Byrom and his girlfriend Dominique Coulter, celebrity personal trainer Paul Byrne, model Gail Kaneswaren and actress Leigh Arnold were just some of the showbiz set at the launch party in Residence on Friday night.

The Carlsberg Comedy Carnival, one of the most anticipated events on the summer festival calendar, will take place in Iveagh Gardens over four days from July 22-25.

The international line-up includes Jason Manford, Chris Addison, Bo Burnham, Reg D Hunter, Emo Phillips and Jim Jeffries alongside a host of world class Irish comics including Tommy Tiernan, Des Bishop, Jason Byrne, Apres Match, PJ Gallagher and Neil Delamere.

A host of famous faces are expected to attend an intimate bash in Bruxelles Bar on Harry Street on Thursday to celebrate the life of Arthur Guinness.

Guests at the early morning event, which is billed as a taster to the annual celebration in September, will be treated to an intimate one-off short gig with a world- renowned artist and an Irish emerging artist.