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There's not much that Miley Cyrus can't pull off, fashion-wise.

Miley along with Mark Ronson belted out 'Nothing Breaks Like a Heart' on SNL last night.

Although her vocals were fire, it was her outfit choice that had Twitter on the edge of their seats.

Opting for a stunning silver trouser and unzipped jacket combo, Miley daringly went nude underneath her jacket and totally owned it. 

Her fashion choice garnered huge attention on Twitter and here are some of the best responses.

The 26-year-old looked absolutely incredible and we do want to know what magical spell she used not to slip a nip.

If there's a secret boob tape we haven't heard of before, please share it gal. 

Although you won't catch us pulling off this look anytime soon – it's too bloody cold.


So, it's official – Lena Dunham has joined the cast of American Horror Story.

The news was announced by series creator Ryan Murphy on Twitter earlier today.

Writing to his 704,000 followers, Ryan said: "Thrilled that my talented friend Lena Dunham is joining the AMERICAN HORROR STORY family.

"Always wanted to work together, and now we are (sic)!"

However, not many people are happy about the decision to cast Lena, and they all took to Twitter to share their opinions:



Irish soccer player James McClean sparked anger when he turned his back on the British national anthem during West Brom’s pre-season friendly against Charleston Battery in the US.

The 26-year-old player was seen turning away from the St George flag as he stood beside his teammates, all of whom were facing it.

This is by no means the first time that the Derry-man has behaved in a politically motivated and controversial way.

Last year, he refused to wear a poppy on his jersey in the days leading up to Remembrance Sunday, the day traditionally celebrated by British people to commemorate British and Commonwealth soldiers who fought in the second world war and later conflicts.

Mr McClean refused to wear the poppy saying that it would have been disrespectful to the “innocent people who lost their lives in the Troubles.”

West Brom boss Tony Pulis has reportedly warned his player against this kind of behaviour.

Twitter fans have responded very unkindly to the manoeuver with some labelling him “scum”. Northern Irish MP Gregory Campbell said that “he should reconsider who his paymasters are or move elsewhere so there isn’t a problem.” 

James responded to his criticism by tweeting “I don’t need to say anything or will I either.” 



Earlier today, as you may have heard, Ireland introduced an official postcode system. Lucky us! We got there eventually.

The system, which has been almost a decade in the making, has cost the country an awful lot of money. In fact, Eircode is reported to have set the nation back €27m.

That’s a lot of new shoes, just saying.

Ireland is one of the last developed countries in the world to adopt the postcode system (oopsies). It is hoped that for those living in rural ares, the introduction of the Eircode system will make it easier for your postman or a courier service to find your house. Hopefully.

Under the new system, your seven digit code is broken into two parts. The first part is the location identifiers and the second four are the unique codes assigned to every property.

It sound quite straightforward and we reckon the good people of this nation wouldn’t have much hassle with the new system.

That does not seem to be the case according to the Twitter users of Ireland. The hashtag #eircode has been trending across the country since earlier today.

Many users are taking to social media to voice their confusion, surprise, disgust, and of course there’s the usual few who can’t help but make a joke of the whole ordeal. 

Oh dear.

You had one job Eircode, just one. 



In what has to be some of the most bizarre Irish news we've heard in a long time, a number of headshop and Class A drugs are currently legal in the Republic of Ireland as the result of a legal loophole.

Not the best day for the Irish government!

Twitter of course got VERY excited with the news – here are some of the best reactions we've seen so far.

1. It started with pure shock:


2. Others knew exactly what they had to do:


3. Some were regretful:


4. But of course we're forgetting the most important things – spelling and grammar!


5. Not everyone had something funny to say, unfortunately:


6. Some were hopeful that this could mean big things for Ireland:


7. While others were… well… a little confused!

Of course, things should be back to normal again by this evening due to an emergency late night sitting of the Dáil to rectify the problem. All the same, it'll make for a good episode of Reeling in the Years somewhere down the line!