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The 2 Johnnies announce upcoming live podcast Christmas show

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The 2 Johnnies are taking their hit podcast to the stage this December, with a special live Christmas episode.

The 2 Johnnies Podcast Christmas Party, will take place on  Saturday, the 10th of December at the 3Arena in Dublin. 

Tickets will go on sale this Friday, the 16th of September, on Ticket Master. Promising to include comedy, pints, craic, along with music and special guests joining the hosts, with previous years’ guest including the likes of Gavin James.  

Sharing the news on Instagram, they wrote: “We’re back! Time to layve it off. Going to be a heavy night in Dublin. Tickets on sale Friday 9am. Who you bringing?” 

 

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The show also promise to include catfish, seeming to reference the GAA Catfish scandal, which went viral earlier this year.

Back in May, the lads broke the internet, when Johnny B decided to tell his story of being catfished in January 2022 on the podcast.

Johnny B was catfished by a girl named “Cora”, living in Limerick with 15K followers online. As the pair began chatting and their online “connection” began to grow, they made multiple plans to meet up, all which feel short as Cora had excuses.

Between her aunt suddenly dying to catching Covid-19, Johnny B noticed that something fishy was up and so, did some investigating before ultimately – and sadly, recognising that ‘Cora’ didn’t in fact exist.

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Telling the story with more detail alongside co-host Johnny Smacks, the pair broke the whole story into chapters, and couldn’t believe the reaction it garnered after release, but more so, the details that began to emerge as more people heard it.

Continuing the podcast with a part two, the boys discovered that it looked as though over 30 men in the worlds of GAA and showbiz had been catfished by multiple accounts which appeared to be linked.

Soon revealing that over 100 people had contacted them with “horror stories” of the GAA Catfish, they made a part three.

And now it looks like fans may be getting an update on the situation, this Christmas.

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