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ShowBiz Karaoke in Lillies...
Westlife's Bryan McFadden celebrated
the birth of his baby girl Molly over the weekend
with a celebrity sing song in Dublin. The young star
hit Lillies Bordello on Saturday night to wet
the baby's head until the wee hours along with a host
of ShowBiz friends.
singer Moby fresh from the U2 gig at
Slane on the piano in the club's private members room,
Bryan sang traditional Irish songs including My
Irish Molly, and Molly Malone with broadcaster
Eamon Dunphy and the Irish footballer Robbie
Keane. After much persuading the crowd got Moby
to sing his hit Porcelain, afterward the pint
sized star refused to do anymore encores.
Eurovison winner Paul Harrington, Lillies resident
piano player, then took his seat as Roy Keane
sang football songs later to be joined by his fellow
team mate Niall Quinn. In true Keane style
the outspoken Irish captain informed the VIP crowd
that the Dublin socialite environment wasn't really
his thing referring to them as "a bunch of posers".
Niall, Eamon, and Bryan all embraced for a finale
of "The Fields of Athenry" to the delight
of the crowd who by now where up on tables shouting
"Keane-ohh, Keane-ohh" and singing "The
stars in Dublin for the week who were unable to make
the sing song were Hollywood heavyweights Catherine
Zeta Jones and Michael Douglas.
couple were in Ireland for most of last week playing
golf. After playing around Ireland with the American
footballer Dan Marino and the former American
Vice President Dan Quayle the couple and their
friends all retired to the Abbey Tavern in Howth for
dinner on Thursday taking time out for a photo for