As part of the campaign, people can host ice cream parties this May or June and HB Ice Cream will send them some amazing party packs, as well as vouchers for HB Hazelbrook Farm Ice Cream. It’s all about raising money for Down Syndrome Ireland, that’s focussed on being the primary source of information and support to people with Down syndrome and their families. If you’d like to get in touch, click here.
Instead of having a #ThrowbackThursday this week, I decided we’d start the weekend with a HUGE Photoshoot Friday update – Don’t we all love those? Visit the fansite’s Gallery to see all the latest additions. From 1999 to 2004, most albums have been updated with over 170 photos! Click on one of the pictures below to view each shoot. 😉
There’s a brand new exhibition at the Nat’l Museum Ireland called ‘Portrait of a Century’ by Photographer, Kim Haughton. Today was its inauguration and the lovely Rosemary tweeted a beautiful never-before-seen picture of Nicky that you will want to see in person!
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Exhibition will be open from April 21st to December 2017, and an accompanying book, Portrait of a Century by Kim Haughton, is available for sale in the Museum shop. For more information click here.
The premiere of Dancing With The Stars Ireland is in 2 days, but RTÉ One has something special planned. Every Friday at 8:30pm, they’ll be giving the audience a special Behind The Scenes look at the series. Bláthnaid Treacy is the host of Can’t Stop Dancing. Don’t miss the first episode tonight!
UPDATE: Thanks to Dawn from nickybyrne.info, here are Nicky’s clips from episode 1. Check out what went down during the show’s photoshoot:
The official website for Dancing With The Stars Ireland is now up! You can check it out for all the information on the presenters, judges, celebrities, professional dancers, voting, clips and more: dwts.rte.ie
And finally, here’s the full size HQ picture of Nicky and Amanda to promote the show:
Over the last 2 weeks we’ve been introduced to the Dancing With The Stars celebrities, pro dancers and judges… And now it’s finally time to see the very First Promotional Picture of Nicky! Doesn’t he look dashing? Big thank you to Photographer, Jenny McCarthy, for sharing it online.
The Shield Programme is how the ISPCC supports communities, school and clubs to tackle and prevent bullying. This year, Nicky is one of the campaign’s ambassadors!
In September 2016 you can support the ISPCC’s Shield Programme by purchasing a Shield Bangle or Pin in Penneys stores around Ireland. You can also text SHIELD to 50300 to donate €2. For more information visit their Official Website.