Irish influencers are launching a brand new podcast – and no topics are off limits
TWO Irish influencers have announced the launch of their first podcast – and have sworn no subject is off limits.
The new module, That’s What I Heard, will star Sean Phipps and Carly Mahady and see them discuss the intimate details of their lives and those of their listeners with a new episode every Tuesday.
You can expect to hear goofy sex stories from listeners and hosts, interesting discussions about online culture and trends, highly questionable relationship advice, and the occasional argument between Sean and Carly as the pair try to answer some of life’s toughest questions.
Carly Mahady rose to prominence in 2019 after bravely documenting her diagnosis of breast cancer at the age of 24 with thousands of people across the country.
Her candid and honest Instagram posts have become a point of comfort for other young women struggling with the disease.
The influencer treatment worked, and three years later, she’s thrilled to bring a big dose of her own personality to the show.
Speaking to The Irish Sun, she said: “Sean and I have been friends for years and started doing a lot of Instagram live streams deep in lockdown.
“It was mostly a bit of fun to entertain, but people seemed to have a good laugh, so a podcast seemed like a natural next step.
“Neither of us really knew what to expect when we walked into a studio, but things fell into place right away, and we can’t wait for the others to get a good laugh out of it.”
Sean Phipps has quickly become one of Ireland’s most recognizable male influencers, with nearly 200,000 followers between his Instagram and TikTok accounts.
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Speaking about what listeners can expect to hear, he told The Irish Sun: “I just can’t wait for people to hear it now. Carly and I have been working on it behind the scenes for a few months and it’s so hard to keep it’s secret until now.
“We have some amazing guests lined up in the coming weeks, but the majority will feature Carly and I bouncing off each other, which is what we do best.
“We want people to have a little fun listening to us each week, but we won’t be afraid to tackle serious and relevant topics along the way.”