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Announcing The Gossies 2021 – sponsored by Life Style Sports

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**Voting for the Gossies 2021 is now closed**

The Gossies 2021 are back with a bang, and this year we’re going virtual!

Sponsored by Ireland’s largest sports retailer Life Style Sports, the glitzy awards show will be hosted by top TV presenter Lucy Kennedy – and this year our theme is: Hollywood Glamour!

The event will be hosted live on March 6th with our nominees virtually, before the awards is broadcast to the public online on March 7th.

So you can catch the winner’s speeches, the laughs in between, and all the glitz and glam from the comfort of your own home.

This year’s nominees and VIP guest presenters are in for a real treat, as we will be sending out luxury goodie bags, including drinks from our official Drinks Partner Aperol Spritz, treats from our Brand Partner Mini, products from our official Skin Care partner Nuala Woulfe, as well as goodies from our Snack Partner O’Donnell’s Crisps.

Gossies 2020 at The Mansion House Dublin

Plus our virtual attendees will receive goodies from our title sponsor Life Style Sports, Jane D’Arcy Candles, Flowers.ie, Catrice Cosmetics, Lash Boutique and a very special gift from Irish illustrator From The Sketch Up.

As well as bringing our nominees together online for a live filming, we will also have some very special celebrity guests presenting our categories, filming segments from Dublin to LA.

Speaking about the awards going virtual, Goss.ie Founder and CEO Alexandra Ryan said:

“We are so excited to be bringing The Gossies to screens all around the world for the first time.”

Alexandra Ryan at The Gossies 2020
Pic: Brian McEvoy

“Although we are sad we can’t be all together due to the pandemic, we have put huge resources into making the ceremony as entertaining and fabulous as ever.

“I am also so happy we have one of Ireland’s largest retailers Life Style Sports on board as our title sponsor. This is definitely the year for supporting Irish businesses.”

*All voting closes on February 21st at midnight.*

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