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Brennan

Christopher John. 1870--1932, Australian poet and classical scholar, disciple of Mallarmé and exponent of French symbolism in Australian verse
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Ms Ni Bhraonain, originally from Co Meath and who has no connection to criminality, took to the stage on Monday in one of Moran's creations - a stunning full length red gown.
READY TO GO Lynette Fay, Sile Ni Bhraonain and Cathy Jordan
YOU would never guess from these pictures - but stunning TG4 star Sile Ni Bhraonain is camera SHY.
TG4's Sile Ni Bhraonain tweeted: "Devastating news about the death of Niall Donoghue.
The Gaeltacht presenter will be on the well-trodden festival trail of Wimbledon anchor woman Aoife Ni Thuairisc and chat show host Sile Ni Bhraonain who previously presented the programme.
Six years later the youngest Ni Bhraonain sister, Enya, would score another massive hit with Orinoco Flow, and a new form of music really had been established.
Sile Ni Bhraonain is in the Maiden City for the duration of the festival which is being held in the North for the first time.
TG4 BABES Sile Ni Bhraonain and Aine Lally are diehard Galway hurling supporters - but one will have to don a Cork jersey today.
Her only previous public performances were with Clannad when she was still known by her Gaelic name, Eithne Ni Bhraonain.
THIS week we're in Co Kerry where Sile Ni Bhraonain brings us the finest emerging musical stars, local cuisine and heritage attractions.
Enya, who appears on the album credits under her real name of Eithne Ni Bhraonain, had just left Clannad, the band she played in with her brothers, sisters and uncles.
Host Sile Ni Bhraonain is heading to Co Mayo to try out what's best in the West.