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No Celeb Big Brother for reality star Vogue Williams


Vogue Williams

Vogue Williams

Vogue Williams

She might have made her career out of appearing on reality shows, but we won't be seeing Vogue Williams (left) on Big Brother any time soon.

The Fade Street star has said that while she loves the show she won't be on screen 24/7 in the Celebrity Big Brother House.

Despite recently spending two weeks in the jungle with other celebrities for a Bear Grylls show, she says being in the house "would drive me mad".

"I am a massive Big Brother fan and I actually even got to go inside the house this year. I was the most excited person ever," she said.

"A lot of people have been asking me if I'm going to do Celebrity Big Brother and honestly as much as I love the show I couldn't be a contestant.

"I've watched the show for years and I couldn't stand being locked up with people for that long, they would drive me mad," she added.


Record fair kicks off

Ireland's biggest summer record fair is returning to its home at Filmbase, Temple Bar next week.

Returning for its 11th year the Music, CD and Record Fair brings dealers in vinyl, CDs and memorabilia from all over Ireland and the UK to the biggest record fair of the year.

It will be packed with 40 tables of rare, hard to find collectors' items and the best regular cut-price stock on the island of Ireland.

The fair is open Friday July 24, 5pm-9pm, Saturday July 25, 10.30-7pm and Sunday July 26, 10.30-6pm.

Clueless s screening

Everyone's favourite teen movie turns 20 this year and to celebrate Film fatale are putting on a screening of Clueless (inset left).

Put on your best plaid ensemble and haul ass to the Sugar Club on Thursday July 30 at 7.30pm.

Tickets from €7 are on sale now from www.eventbrite.ie.

If you can't make it to see Clueless there will be a screening of Mean Girls followed by a prom party this Friday, July 24 from 8pm.

Don your old debs dress and get into the spirit of the 'Spring Fling'.

TXFM's Claire Beck will provide the soundtrack and you can get your prom pic taken in the photo booth, drink punch and dance in a sea of tinsel curtains and fairy lights.

Tickets from €14 are currently on sale from www.eventbrite.ie.