Inside Scoop: James Kavanagh and Rob Kenny go head-to-head in our Big Gay Quiz 3 months ago

Inside Scoop: James Kavanagh and Rob Kenny go head-to-head in our Big Gay Quiz

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It's Pride month - the most delightful month of the year.

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Although this year's Pride is once again going to be a little bit different, that doesn't mean that we can't still mark the occasion in style - and what better way to celebrate than hosting our very own Big Gay Quiz?

On this week's special Pride edition of Inside Scoop, Cassie Stokes and Rob Kenny are joined by none other than influencer extraordinaire, James Kavanagh.

Surrounded by stunning flowers from New Moon Blooms, Rob and Cassie give the Inside Scoop on Pride month in Ireland - what to do, where to go, and of course, where to eat.

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Joined by bonafide gay icons Christina Aguilera and Princess Diana - who absolutely would have been best friends in real life, by the way - the guys also take part in a Big Gay Quiz try to determine the age old question - who is gayer?

Do you know when Dublin's George Bar first opened its doors? Or when Ireland's first Pride parade was held? Or the lyrics to Robyn's undisputed gay anthem 'Dancing On My Own?'

If you do, you're probably pretty gay. Fair play.

You can check out the full episode of our Inside Scoop Pride special below:

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There will be no Pride parade this year, but that doesn't mean that our LGBTQ friends and family can't mark the occasion by attending other smaller events across the country.

Activist Tonie Walsh will be hosting a queer history walking tour across Dublin towards the end of the month, and the National Library's exhibition of Christopher Robson's work exploring LGBTQI identity in Ireland will be continuing throughout June and the rest of the year.

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Or, you can celebrate alongside James and simply crack open a crisp bottle of rosé. Divine.

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