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Vogue Williams and Spencer Matthews have been working on a very exciting project and we are thrilled for the lovebirds.

Presenter Vogue confirmed that they will be releasing their very own TV show in 2019.

The DJ shared a promo photo from their show on Instagram earlier today: “Very excited to let you all know that @spencermatthews and I have been working on our own show!”

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Vogue revealed that the show will be titled Spencer and Vogue Adult(ish).

The series will air on E4 in the coming months. Vogue stated that it will hit our TV screens early next year.

Spencer is no stranger to the TV world. The dad starred on popular reality series Made In Chelsea for many years before leaving to focus on his life with Vogue.

“It’s been so much fun filming, we can’t wait for you to watch,” she gushed.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The show will follow the couple’s new life as parents and we can’t wait to see how their lives have changed since welcoming their son Theodore.

Vogue gave birth to their baby boy on September 5, 2018.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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They confirmed their son’s arrival by sharing the cutest photos on their individual Instagram accounts and have been keeping fans up to date ever since.

Fans certainly adore seeing Vogue and Spencer’s family photos so there is no doubt their show will be a huge hit.

Will you tune into Spencer and Vogue Adult(ish) in the new year?

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The mere thought of sitting the Leaving Cert again makes me feel queasy. The memories of my final year exams aren’t pleasant, and I’m sure I’m not the only Irish person who feels that way.

Reading crumpled history notes through strained eyes at 2 am became a staple part of my nighttime routine during sixth year.

Some people sail through exam season, but other succumb to the pressure of the Leaving Cert.

We got frustrated over our struggle to understand Pythagoras’ theorem.

We shed tears over the pressure to memorise quotes from Macbeth for higher level English.

We had nightmares about not getting enough points for our dream college course.

I couldn’t possibly go back to that time of never-ending stress, tears and the Straith Pictíur, unlike broadcaster Stephen Byrne who went back-to-school nearly a decade after he sat his Leaving Cert.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The former YouTube star has a show on one of the nation’s biggest radio stations and has interviewed everyone from Oprah to Steven Speilberg, so why on earth would you swap the Oscar red carpet for French grammar lessons?

He told SHEmazing: “It felt incredibly different but all so similar at the same time. When I first sat down in Geography and began learning about rocks, it felt incredibly nostalgic.”

The one difference he noted was young people’s ability to open up about their mental health: “The progressiveness of young people and their vocabulary around mental health though has changed in a major way."

He explained: “I felt very proud to sit among the students I spent my classes with but at the same time was incredibly jealous of that experience too."

"I feel like LGBT people of my generation have a somewhat delayed adolescence because we didn't get to experience similar things to other young people as we were suppressing ourselves for much longer. “

The documentary is bound to start a huge conversation surrounding young people’s mental health, but the entire process took quite the knock on the 28-year-old.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Despite his struggles, Stephen described the experience as one of the most cathartic journeys of his life

“I was quite lost last year and that felt very similar to how I felt during my original exam year so this sort of bridged a connection between that younger version of me and my current self,” he commented.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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It’s clear the Leaving Cert doesn’t cater to everyone. At the end of the day, it’s a memory test and the students who can memorise poetry quotes and geography facts the best are rewarded.

We never truly see the real picture of what life as a Leaving Cert student is like. People share good luck tweets during exam season and like photos of their friend's results on Instagram, but Leaving Again will open the eyes of the public to the reality of the Leaving Cert.

Leaving Again airs on RTÉ One at 10:15 pm.

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The Hollywood Reporter has just released its Next Gen Talent 2017 list – and it features a very familiar face.

Irish actor, Barry Keoghan, earned himself a spot on the publication 'ones to watch list', following a hugely successful year which saw him star in the critically acclaimed Dunkirk and The Killing of a Sacred Deer.

The Dublin native appears on the prestigious, 20-strong list alongside other up-and-coming stars including, Stranger Things' Millie Bobbie Brown, Game of Thrones' Nathalie Emmanuel.

Speaking to the magazine, the 25-year-old revealed what inspired him to pursue a career in acting:

"I was like, 'I'll get paid? Sure, I can do this s***'," he joked.

The former Love/Hate star also admitted that he would love to get the opportunity to work alongside Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio, while his dream role would be Batman's sidekick, Robin.

So, what's next for this young Irish talent?

Well, 2018 looks like it's going to be a busy year with Barry set for the Irish period drama Black 47 and the crime feature American Animals, alongside Blake Jenner and Evan Peters.

You can check out the full Next Gen Talent list here.

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