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Like J-LO, Ailbhe Malone isn’t afraid to fall and try again

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - COVER STORY -

TRACK OF THE WEEK: I Was Gonna Can­cel by Shim­mery synth bass? Hand­claps? A song so feath­erlight that you won­der how it’s still in your head? Gotta be Phar­rell, right? Cor­rect. Disco Kylie is back, and we’ve never been hap­pier to see her. In strange pop as­pi­ra­tion news,

wants to open a flower shop. Rita told the Daily Mir­ror: “I want to own flower shops, I love flow­ers. I love or­gan­is­ing them and I love flower ar­rang­ing – it’s so re­lax­ing. You cut, you rip, you zip.” Fret not, it’s not all blooms. Rita’s also made some good in­vest­ments, she re­veals. “My sis­ter and fam­ily over­view the whole thing. It’s a nice lit­tle em­pire – I’m try­ing to cre­ate some­thing so my fam­ily can be al­right.”

Mean­while, knows her own mind, she tells Bill­board mag­a­zine. “I am fear­less with love; you have to be. You can’t be afraid to fall and try again; That’s not just in love, that’s in life. You have try and keep push­ing. It’s not an easy road but you have to keep go­ing ev­ery day. You’re al­most there and all of a sud­den, you’re there.” She went on: “I feel the same way about love; you have to keep push­ing through and even­tu­ally there will be light.”

Amaz­ing quote time. (who is – as we all know – Mi­ley Cyrus’s god­mother) has spo­ken to Ac­cess Hol­ly­wood about her god­child. “I worry a lot be­cause she’s like my . . . she’s like kin folk, al­though we’re not re­lated, we re­ally feel like fam­ily. I’ve loved Billy Ray since he came on the scene and we worked a lot to­gether. And I was there when Mi­ley was born and I just loved her. I’ve watched her through the years.”

Dolly went on: “She’s so tal­ented, she’s so smart. I’m gonna trust her. I’m just gonna hope for the best, and I think she’s ex­tremely tal­ented, ex­tremely smart. And, I hope her de­ci­sions are the right ones down the road for her. And if not, I’ll still love her.”

J-Lo: “even­tu­ally there will be light”

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