Today's Irish Entertainment Roundup

Rory McIlroy and Caroline Wozniacki taking it easy on the golf course

Today's top Irish Entertainment stories:

Rory McIlroy and Caroline Wozniacki taking it easy on the golf courseCaroline Wozniacki caddies for Rory McIlroy, hits into water - VIDEO

Caroline Wozniacki ended up caddying for Rory McIlroy at the par 3 tournament held at the Masters on Wednesday...READ MORE
 

 

 

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Advertisement for Alec Baldwin's WNYC chat show "Here's the Thing"Irish American Alec Baldwin could replace 'Carson Daly's Last Call' on NBC

The '30 Rock' actor - who is currently starring in a stage production of 'Orphans' on New York's Broadway - is said to have had "conversations" with NBC about taking over the slot currently occupied by 'Carson Daly's Last Call' after impressing network chiefs with his podcast series...READ MORE
 

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Irish acting legend Milo O'Shea passes away at the age of 86In memoriam - Irish acting legend Milo O’Shea passes away after battle with Alzheimers

Milo O’Shea, hailed as one of Ireland’s most successful actors, died peacefully at the age of 86 after battling complications from Alzheimers for a number of years...READ MORE

 

 

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Irish One Direction hunk career choice? Niall Horan is "scared" of big crowds

The One Direction hunk, who is currently in the midst of the group's European 'Take Me Home' tour, has admitted he often feels "claustrophobic" while mobbed by adoring fans, but knows he is in safe hands when surrounded by his security guards...READ MORE

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Great day to be on a bike in Mayo! Cycling the Great Western Greenway from Westport to Achill

April 1st was a bank holiday here in Ireland, and Kev and I decided to take advantage of the day off of work to do something that had been on his own list for a while: cycle the Great Western Greenway, a bike path that runs from Westport (Co. Mayo) to Achill, Ireland’s largest island...READ MORE

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