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Headline: JENNY BLOGGS VOTED 2013 MOTHER OF THE YEAR
Sub-headline: HOMETOWN Mum Receives Top Award
Formal evening wear, designer names and sparkling jewellery were in abundance yesterday evening as a line of Mercedes cars queued outside the Shelbourne Hotel in Dublin city centre. A few members of the public waited patiently in the rain to catch a glimpse of the celebrity mums as paparazzi camera flashes lit up their faces.
Ali Hewson was one of the first to arrive, followed quickly by Gráinne Seoige, and then eight-time winner Miriam O'Callaghan. Entertainment was provided by Daniel O’Donnell, but it was for the award ceremony that everyone had come.
Paddy Power bookmakers had Miriam as a clear favourite to win again this year. Then sometime this summer FIRSTNAME SURNAME came to the attention of the judges. FIRSTNAME, a HOMETOWN native, and mother of NUMBER children, has really captured the hearts of both the judges and the public.
Silence fell in the ceremony hall as its host, the mothers’ favourite, Pat Kenny, opened the golden envelope to announce the 2013 Mother of the Year Award. ‘Well, well, well,’ he commented before he read out the name, ‘I’m not surprised in the least, not in the least. – FIRSTNAME SURNAME.’
Cheers and applause echoed throughout the room, with only the noticeable exceptions of Miriam and Twink, who both scowled at the winner. As humble as ever, FIRSTNAME dedicated the award to ‘all the mothers of the world,’ and thanked her children for inspiring her to be the wonderful person that she is.
FIRSTNAME will be jetted off this weekend, as part of her prize, to a luxury spa in Hawaii with a friend of her choice. George Clooney, Daniel Craig and Joe Duffy have all offered to accompany her. Other prizes such as a year’s worth of Botox treatment and use of a personal trainer will go to waste as FIRTSNAME obviously has no need of them.
‘It’s such a pity FIRSTNAME won’t be on the Late Late Show next week,’ Ryan Tubridy said. ‘Apparently every Friday is family night. I guess that’s why FIRSTNAME is so outstanding as a mum.’
We at the Irish Gazette would also like to wish FIRSTNAME SURNAME our congratulations for being the deserved winner of such a prestigious award.