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RTE star Jennifer Zamparelli looks unimpressed as she’s gifted Garth Brooks t-shirt… – The Irish Sun

RTE star Jennifer Zamparelli looked unimpressed this morning as she was gifted a Garth Brooks t-shirt.
The Dancing With The Stars presenter doesn't seem to be a big fan of the country star.
One of her 2fm radio show team headed to one of Garth's five sold out shows in Croke Park over the weekend.
And they generously brought Jennifer back a token from the gig.
However the presenter was having none of the Garth Brooks mania that has taken hold of Ireland.
Heading into work, she wrote: "Gearing myself up for all the fawning over Garth Brooks this morning", and rolled her eyes.
She later posed with the Garth merchandise looking less than pleased.
Jennifer sarcastically wrote: "Oh yay.. @doc.martin on the team bought me a tee shirt from the Garth Brooks gig."
This comes as hoardes of Garth Brooks devotees braved the elements yesterday as pubs around Croke Park cashed in on the mania.
The country sensation performed his third sell out gig in GAA HQ last night and is on the way to delivering a €35million boost to the local economy.
Local pubs have been packed over the last days, with business owners comparing the surge of gigs to the feeling of an All-Ireland final.
Located close to the venue, Chris from Cusack’s Pub told the Irish Sun about the increased crowds, flocking in despite the atrocious rain.
Speaking of the effect on local businesses, he beamed: “There’s definitely been a boost alright!”
Pubs nearby are used to the crowds with match days and were busy from morning.
Local boozers like Mc Graths, Meaghers and Clonliffe House were up to their eyes from midday over the weekend, despite the lashing rain.
The 400,000 pouring into Croker over three weekend gigs and two next week are spending big – although not everyone is raking it in.
Garth mania didn’t always extend a few kilometres away to the city centre, where one publican said: “It’s mainly the bars on Croker’s footsteps that are benefiting.
“It’s not as busy in town as it’s been made out. The crowd is older, so they’re not as big drinkers.
“And there are fewer tourists in Dublin because all the hotel rooms are being taken by concert goers.”
Business experts from Dublin Chamber have predicted that the five nights in Croke Park will generate up to €35 million.
Spokesperson Aebhric Mc Gibney said: “With over 120,000 fans coming from Northern Ireland and further afield, the additional spend in Dublin will be in excess of €35 million."
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