Separated at birth
The Diary reports
The Diary’s ever-popular separated at birth feature resurfaces with news of the remarkable likeness between Juan Pablo Kettle (actually he’s just plain John), a commercial partner at Dublin firm Mason Hayes & Curran, and top Italian crooner Andrea Bocelli. For those who are unfamiliar with Andrea’s oeuvre – and that includes practically the entire Legal Week editorial team – the blind former lawyer (pictured right) is a leading exponent of that gritty, no-nonsense genre ‘pop opera’. You only have to look at his album titles – Romanza, Time to Say Goodbye, Romantic Nights and Hymn for the World – to appreciate that this chap doesn’t pull his punches… unlike Kettle, who is rumoured to be filming his latest rock opera, Under Dublin Skies.
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