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Saturday, 4 October 2008

Grainne & Sile Seoige

These sisters from Spiddal are television's most glamorous double act. We tested their relationship to see if it will survive the pressure of working together on a daily basis. Sile revealed a few very interesting facts from Grainne's past and those "ice-queen" rumours were definitely put to bed.

Peaches Geldof

Peaches' CV includes modelling, fashion design, journalism and DJing. She also happens to be the daughter of the legendary Bob Geldof. She talked about her recent marriage to Max Drummy and life in the Geldof house where visitors include Bono and Tony Blair .

Craig Doyle

The men in the audience wanted to be him and the women in the audience wanted to be with him! The handsome Craig Doyle discussed playing football with Maradonna, travelling the world and his latest book on America. could life really be any better for this Irish man?

Anna Faris

Most people know her from Scary Movie but Anna Faris is certainly making her mark on the Hollywood comedy circuit. Her latest movie "The House Bunny" has already been a huge hit at the US box office. The stunning blonde impressed the audience with her Riverdance spoof and unusual method of remembering names. "The House Bunny" will be on general release on Friday 10th October.

Sharleen Spiteri

We had music from an artist who was the face and voice of one of the most successful bands of the 1990's. She brought us the chart topping classics "I Don't want a Lover" and "You Can Say What You Want" with Glasgow group Texas. Sharleen Spiteri performed "Stop I Don't Love You Anymore" from her debut solo album "Melody".