Manics singer James leads Welsh at Lillie's party
THE Welsh rugby fans partied the weekend away in Dublin led by Manic Street Preachers' singer James Dean Bradfield (below).
The rock royalty was spotted with friends in celebrity hotspot Lillie's Bordello ahead of the Six Nations rugby between his native Wales and our boys in green.
Before heading to the highly anticipated game in the Aviva, James showed up at Lillie's on Saturday night and chilled out in the VIP area.
And he wasn't the only Welshman partying in the celebrity haunt this weekend. Last night iconic rugby star Jonathan Davis was spotted celebrating the 23-21 defeat against Ireland.
The retired rugby player turned sports commentator was seen in the VIP area partying until the early hours of this morning. But our own Irish rugby aces were no where to be seen last night.
Insiders revealed that the Ireland team were on strict orders to head straight home after the game as they have gone back to training this morning ahead of their clash with France on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Hollywood A-lister Corey Feldman headed straight to the celebrity haunt after his Late Late show appearance on Friday night. Fresh from Dancing On Ice, the Stand By Me star partied the night away in the VIP members bar with a mysterious blonde.
The actor, (pictured left with ice partner Brooke Casti) who prides himself on being sober, sipped on soft drinks for the night while mingling with punters. And on Saturday birthday celebrations were in full swing for Phantom FM DJ and model Michelle Doherty. The popular radio star celebrated turning 35 at the VIP hangout with pals including actor Fergus Kealy and model Carl Shaaban.
Across town, The Voice coach Bressie was spotted partying in the VIP area of Bucks Townhouse with The Coronas. Also at the Leeson Street haunt were Andrea Roche (left), Michele McGrath and Jodie Wood.