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PAUL MARTIN, IRISH MIRROR
has arrived in Belfast...
Flatley has splashed out on a luxurious hotel
room in Belfast to prepare for what could be his last
ever show. The self-proclaimed Lord of the Dance
has booked the prestigious £600-a-night Palace
Suite at the Culloden Hotel for his visit
superstar dancer, worth £300 million, will fly into
Belfast by private jet before performing to 11,000
fans at Stormont on Saturday in his only UK
and Ireland date of the tour. Flatley has taken-over
the luxury surroundings of the Culloden and ordered
that the Palace Suite be modified for his extravagant
his lavish demands he has ordered:
huge entourage of over 150 dancers, road crew and
tour managers will take over a further two top hotels.
Flatley is also planning a huge VIP only after-show
party at a secret location to celebrate the end of
night one show insider said: "When the Lord of the
Dance arrives everyone will know about it. Michael
is an extravagant guy. His back stage area is very
simple but he likes his touring staff to be well looked
after. He needs the gym equipment to warm up before
the show, he'll also be entertaining some special
guests during his visit with the champagne treatment.
He has a lot of good friends in Belfast."
Feet of Flames Stormont show will be the last
of the world tour which has smashed box office records
across the globe. The star will not confirm if he
intends to retire after the show and concentrate on
an acting career. But sources close to the millionaire
say the prestigious Stormont surroundings will provide
the perfect setting for his career finale.
the minute no-one really knows what's going to happen,
not even Michael. But the Stormont show has been chosen
as the last performance of the tour because it is
very appropriate," said a pal. "It is his first and
last concert in Ireland for the Feet of Flames tour.
He's thinking about his future all the time and probably
won't decide anything for sure until after the Belfast
will concentrate on his first ever film after the
tour which he has revealed to be a big-budget love
story. "I want to try something different after years
on the road with the dancing shows," he told the Irish
Mirror. "This film is something I have wanted
to do for a long time and there's a lot of time and
planning that has gone into it. "It's going to be
a romantic love story that will show Ireland in a
very good light. It's important to me that this is
a major blockbuster."