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Birthday girl Hayley has a ball at star-studded bash in ghoulish Halloween style

HALEY Rock turned heads last night wearing a daring All Blacks-style costume at her star-studded bank holiday birthday night bash.

The birthday girl -- and former Lillie's Bordello host -- ditched her heels for sports runners as she kicked off her 28th birthday celebrations in style at Bucks Townhouse.

Catwalk queen Hayley Ryan and Bucks hostess Michelle McGrath got glammed up for the event, while former Miss Universe Rosanna Davison turned up dressed as a sexy schoolgirl with her long-term boyfriend Wesley Quirke -- dressed as an army officer.

AR model and Kildare TV presenter Tiffany Stanley was another celeb on call and became a red-hot devil for the evening, fresh from a lingerie calendar- shoot in Spain last week.

But it was birthday girl Hayley (pictured with Rosanna) who stole the show -- wearing a barely there All Blacks-style outfit with skimpy shorts.

She looked gorgeous as she posed for photographers in her custom-made ensemble which resembled the famous Hunky Dory's adverts.

The beauty happily posed alongside pals outside the trendy hotspot, before taking to the dance floor until the early hours of this morning.

Hayley took to her social networking page yesterday to share her excitement with her Twitter followers.







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"So excited for my big birthday in Bucks tonight. Should I go as hunky Dory girl or dominatrix," she tweeted, adding: "Having my breakfast of porridge made with water mixed with seeds and green tea. On track for my [Halloween] outfit."

It's been a busy few months for the model, who recently launched her own concierge service in September, after moving on from her post at hotspot Lillie's.

"It was great, I had a fantastic time in Lillie's and it's opened a lot of doors for me, but that part of my life is definitely gone, I was ready to say goodbye to it."

Her latest business venture, Concierge Dublin, will focus on helping business clients find their way around Dublin and enjoy themselves.

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