I’m very pleased to share the following news with all you guys. As you know, the fansite’s link has been Nicky-Byrne.org for the past couple of years, and we were hosted by the amazing Flaunt Network. Unfortunately, for us to be part of their catalog, we needed to include a lot of commercial ads, that kept popping up constantly. We never recieved any complaints from you guys, but we definitely found it annoying and frustrating.
I want to take the time to thank all of you visitors that have made the fansite grow day by day and making us the lead source for Nicky Byrne news online! It means a lot. 🙂 Supporting Nicky is an absolute pleasure and we couldn’t think of it being any other way, but when your work reaches many people, it means that much more. So thank you, again!
Since we think you guys and Nicky deserve the best, we decided to move our website to a brand new host and we bought the domainNickyByrne.org. So it’s basically almost the same… Except faster, better and without the ads! Sounds great, right? We invite all of you to join us in this brand new journey and spread the word! 🎉 Don’t forget to keep checking back for all the latest updates on our favourite irish star.
It’s World Cup day! And there’s no one more excited than Nicky. So much so that he couldn’t stop talking about it and there’s a very funny clip of Jenny’s reaction.😅 Tony O’Donoghue, Ronnie Whelan and George Hamilton also talked about the much anticipated event.
Meanwhile, Tanya Sweeney gave listeners tips on how to make their holidays less stressful, and Cormac Battle chatted about how more and more people are choosing a vegan life!
Nicky’s back on The Nicky Byrne Show! And as a welcome, RTÉ 2fm made a video with a compilation of Nicky’s Soccer Aid selfies. 😜 But that’s not all! Nicky and Jenny also got to play Pictionary and let’s just say it’s one of the funnest things I’ve seen in a while.
Joanne Cliften and Ben Adams from Flashdance the Musical were live in studio to chat about the show.
After an intense week in the U.K., Nicky has returned to Dublin and was recieved by his lovely wife, Georgina. But before getting home, he followed his Soccer Aid theme and shared a photo in Dublin Airport’s bathroom… Because, why not? 😆
Game’s over, and England won 7-6. Even though I wish the results had been different, I still enjoyed every minute of the very exciting and intense game! Nicky was the goalkeeper for World XI during the show’s second half and even the penalty shootout! He should be proud of everything he did, because even if the team didn’t win, he did a remarkable job.
Plus, want to hear some great news? Soccer Aid has raised £5,540,259 MILLION for UNICEF! Congratulations to everyone on all the hard work that certainly payed off!
For all the pictures and videos of the Soccer Aid Pre-Game, click here!