Friday 28 October 2016

Celebs enjoy champagne as VIPs party in Coppers

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Pippa O'Connor pictured at the VIP Style Awards at the Marker Hotel in Dublin
Pippa O'Connor pictured at the VIP Style Awards at the Marker Hotel in Dublin

The after party of the Peter Mark VIP Style Awards was held in the VIP area of Copper Face Jacks, and boy did the celebs take advantage of the free bar.

Champagne flowed as models, TV stars and presenters danced and gossiped the night away.

Model and radio presenter Daniella Moyles declared that she wasn't going home "until the sun comes up".

Fellow models Sinead Noonan, Jo Archibold and Aoife Walsh were all regulars on the dance floor.

Winner of Ireland's Best Dressed Woman, Pippa O'Connor also joined the party with her date for the night Brian Dowling, who patiently waited as fans queued up to grab a selfie with the popular model-turned-fashion-and-lifestyle guru.

Marty Morrissey was spotted doing what resembled a tango at one stage and Rose of Tralee Maria Walsh proved you don't need a drink to have a good time as she and her dancing shoes stayed on until the bitter end.

The Mayo native, who lives in Philadelphia, won Best Newcomer and had well-wishers surrounding her all night.

Singer Paul Brady out with stars

Paul Brady returned to Vicar St last Wednesday night to launch his brand new album, The Vicar St Sessions.

It is 14 years since the singer songwriter played 23 consecutive gigs with a galaxy of stars in Vicar St including Bonnie Rait, Mark Knofler, Van Morrison, Sinead O Connor, Ronan Keating, Moya Brennan, and Maura O'Connell to name but a few.

Now Paul Brady's best songs with some of the world's best-loved artists has been captured on The Vicar St Sessions, Vol 1.

Paul celebrated the launch in front of an intimate crowd playing some of his best known hits followed by a question and answers session with MC Barry Devlin.

5D cinema with crunch

Actress Norma Sheahan and DJ Alison Curtis were tickled pink at Meath's Tayto Park over the weekend.

The celebs were at the park to experience the new 5D special effects cinema.

The attraction, housed in a brand new building, is the only 5D cinema in Ireland and has a range of special effects including water spray, air blasts, leg ticklers and bubbles.

Other attractions include a new rollercoaster, a steam express train and a carousel. Visit www.taytocrisps.ie for more information.

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