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Monday 1 September 2014

Keith on hand to help launch new charity Christmas single

KEITH Duffy took centre stage at Buck's Townhouse last night as he did the honours at an invite-only bash.

The Boyzone crooner -- who helped raise over €100,000 for Irish Autism Action with his masquerade ball at the weekend -- was back doing good deeds this week at the launch of the ISPCC's new charity Christmas single.

A joint collaboration between Ireland's newest boyband Level 5 and X Factor star Mary Byrne, they have recorded Yuletide classic Merry Christmas Everyone in a bid to drum up funds for a good cause.

The lads, who performed at Niall Horan's 19th birthday and also at the Cheerios Childline concert, now have their eye on the number one slot as they battle it out with some stiff competition in the festive charts.

And there was no shortage of attendees who turned up to show their support at the event, which saw top model Louise Kavanagh belting out the tunes on the decks.

Other attendees included Dublin Wives star Lisa Murphy with Jo Jordan, who appear to be inseparable of late, along with Nadia Forde and Nicola Hughes.

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