TOP model Louise Kavanagh may have hopped away from her job as a croupier bunny girl in Hugh Heffner's club.
But the Diary can reveal how she'll be having a sunny reunion with some of her picture-perfect pals from the venue.
Last February saw the well-known beauty and DJ (26) coming back to her native town of Dublin after spending 18 months working as one of Ireland's first bunny girls in Heffner's Mayfair club.
And although the sexy starlet has re-established herself back in the capital, she has kept in contact with some of her fellow bunny girls whom she met during her memorable stint as a bunny in the US.
"I'm heading off to Ibiza on Sunday for a week of madness with a few of the girls from the London club.
"Even though I've left the club, I'm still in contact with a lot of them.
"Some of the best friends I had I met through being a bunny, so I can't wait to head over there for a catch-up. I'm just looking forward to having a few drinks and a bit of craic," she explained.
The brunette model said she's hoping for a week of partying in the sun while also seeing Swedish House Mafia in action at a venue at Ushuaia Ibiza Beach Hotel.
Louise was one of the support DJ acts at the Swedish House Mafia's controversial headline-hitting gig in the Phoenix Park, which was marred by unruly scenes.
However, she revealed how it is going to be an entirely different vibe this time around.
"It's going to be nothing like Phoenix Park. It's going to be a lot older in terms of the crowd and way more laid back, so a totally different buzz. It should be really good," she continued.
The popular DJ has also just launched her new website which went live this week and said she is currently gigging about three times a week and has already had lots of interest in the site.
She is a regular in clubs such as Bucks Townhouse and Mantra in Maynooth -- but said there are also lots of opportunities opening up for her over in Britain.
All this time spinning the decks does mean that she has shelved her love life, for now at least. She previously dated performer Andy Quirke for nearly two years and even stripped off to her underwear for his Damo & Ivor remix of Maniac.
But she said that the pair are now just good mates -- and she's 100pc still on the market.
"I've no news to report on that front I'm afraid. I've had no romances at all since I've been back.
"For me, it's either concentrate on work or concentrate on my love life: I can't do both. And for now, work is my first priority," she said.