Out and About 3 May

This week, Out and About gets a sneak preview of the new MTV 'Geordie Shore' house in Cancun, drops in on the FHM 100 Sexiest Women party, sees Kasabian with Absolute Radio, and attends the Sport Industry Awards and the IPA Members' Lunch.

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    MTV

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    FHM

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    Sport Industry

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    FHM

  • Absolute Radio

    Absolute Radio

  • Nuts, IPC Media

    Nuts, IPC Media

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    MTV

  • Absolute Radio

    Absolute Radio

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    Nuts, IPC Media

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