wwwTODAY FM'S Ray Foley is due to record the first episode of TV3's brand new dating show Take Me Out next Monday evening.
The first episode of the much anticipated show will be filmed at the Helix theatre in DCU, with a select group of media insiders invited to attend.
TV newcomer Ray will be on hand on the night to introduce the show's 30 singletons, who are hoping to find love before the end of the season.
wwwTOP models Sarah McGovern and Aoife Cogan stepped out at St Stephen's Green yesterday alongside six girlfriends in order to lend a helping hand to Centra in support of Action Breast Cancer.
The girls announced that pink mittens for Action Breast Cancer will be sold across all 473 stores nationwide this October to raise funds for the worthwhile cause.
wwwEXCITEMENT is building ahead of the first-ever concert to take place at the newly refurbished Aviva Stadium, with Canadian crooner Michael Buble set to take to the stage tonight.
An Garda Siochana and concert promoters MCD are pulling out all the stops to ensure that traffic is contained safely this evening and tomorrow night, as more than 100,000 people are expected at the gigs over the weekend.
wwwFASHIONISTAS will be beating a path to Arnotts department store on Henry Street tomorrow when the new Autumn/Winter collection from Farhi by Nicole Farhi is debuted.
The collection will be showcased in the afternoon with an exclusive fashion show set to take place on the first floor of the store at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm.
wwwDUBLIN'S best known celebrity haunts were awash with big names last night as stars from the music industry continued the Arthur's Day Celebrations.
Northside hotspot the Wright Venue played host to Jerry Fish and the Mudbug Club, while Bucks townhouse welcomed popular DJ Nickie Cartel to Leeson Street for an Arthur's Day afterparty.
Krystle meanwhile celebrated with a performance from tribute band Knights of Leon and special guests.
The Harcourt Street haunt is set to celebrate its fourth birthday tomorrow night with a bash for invitees.
wwwHUNDREDS of young competition winners from all over the country will tog out in Croke Park stadium next Monday to attend the VHI GAA Cul Day Out.
GAA heroes, such as Bernard Brogan, Anthony Daly, Kieran McGeeney and Eoin Kelly, will all work with the children to help them develop their skills and reinforce their passion for the game.