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sweetie, darling?

After seven years and 13 top ten hits with The Saturdays, lovely guitar-strumming Irishwoman Una Healy is going solo. But before she releases her country- flavoured album e Waiting Game, let’s see how she copes with our iconic sweetie jar stuffed full of random questions. Some of them are sure to get her… wait for it… All Fired Up.

Una, dos, tres

What’s your hidden talent? Being Irish, I can speak Gaelic. It got drummed into me at school and I didn’t really enjoy at the time, but now I’m a bit older, it’s really handy to have. If me and my mum are chatting in a restaurant and we don’t want the next table to know what we’re saying, we just start chatting in Gaelic.

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In our TV and Travel issue, Benidorm’s boy wonder Danny Walters returns to flaunt his new physique and to talk about his Hollywood ambitions. Elsewhere in the issue, the launch of GT Travel: Curated Experiences for Men; Hong Kong's endless culture, world-class food and vibrant gay scene; the natural beauty of Michigan; and tips for finding the best gay-friendly accommodation when travelling. Jack Falahee, of How to Get Away with Murder, on ‘coming out’ as straight; Layton Williams on taking on the iconic role of Angel in RENT; and foul-mouthed drag legend Lady Bunny on bringing her new show, Trans-Jester, to British audiences. Finally, don’t miss our tribute to George Michael, where he talks with grace, humility and humour about his own self-acceptance, coming out and the great loves of his life.