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Writer Tom Clancy Photo by: Google Images

Today's Irish entertainment roundup, October 3rd, 2013

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Writer Tom Clancy Photo by: Google Images

Today's top Irish entertainment stories:


Beloved author Tom Clancy dies aged 66

Celebrated crime and military thriller author Tom Clancy died on Tuesday, October 1, aged 66 in a hospital in Baltimore.Clancy is the author of the popular Jack Ryan series and his books were often on the New York Times bestseller list...READ MORE

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Robert Downey Jr and Michael Fassbender voted among the the sexiest movie stars

The 'Sherlock' actor Benedict Cumberbatch took the top spot in the 50 sexiest males of the moment poll conducted internationally by Empire Online, beating the likes of 'Avengers' star Tom Hiddleston and 'Twilight' favourite Robert Pattinson…READ MORE
 


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Miley Cyrus channels Sinead O’Connor in 'Wrecking Ball' (VIDEO)Miley Cyrus channels Sinead O’Connor in 'Wrecking Ball' (VIDEO)

Clean teen turned adult stripper/twerker Miley Cyrus took inspiration from another wild woman, Sinead O’Connor, for her raunchy, buzzed about video “Wrecking Ball.”..READ MORE

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 Irish golf champ Graeme McDowell marries in the Bahamas

Congrats to Northern Irish golfer and former U.S. Open winner Graeme McDowell, who tied the knot with his American girlfriend Kristin Stape in the Bahamas on Saturday…READ MORE
 


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BBC's CopperWhy BBC America’s New York Irish 'Copper' will be missed (VIDEO)

Copper was not a perfect television show.  Let’s start with the obvious — the BBC is not exactly the ideal company to produce an epic drama of the Irish…READ MORE
 
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