Ryan Tubridy obtained into the pre-gig temper by having fun with a ‘bag of cans’ earlier than Westlife’s second Aviva Stadium live performance on Saturday night time.
The RTE host unwinded after one other busy week of radio and visiting the general public by heading to the house of Irish soccer to soak in Westlife’s Dublin homecoming.
After wowing followers on Friday night time, Shane, Nicky, Kian and Mark gave it their all on the second date of their Wild Desires tour.
Previous to heading to the live performance, Ryan was supporting Galway within the All-Eire semi-final. The tribesmen overcame the Ulster champions with a powerful second-half outing in a controversial recreation.
‘Heading to Westlife with the Tubridy girls later, however earlier than Lasdowne Street it is Croke Park. Good luck Derry however Gaillimh abu,’ Ryan mentioned.
After watching his group win, Ryan loved a ‘elegant’ bag of IPA cans earlier than making his manner all the way down to the Aviva the place he posed with followers for images.
One snap of him surrounded by folks asking for selfies, confirmed the Late Late host in good spirits moments earlier than coming into the bottom.
Following an evening the place the nostalgic act the Sugababes opened, a fan was invited on stage to sing with Westlife and loads of traditional hits had been belted out, Ryan gave the highly-anticpated occasion a glowing assessment.
‘And it is goodnight from the Aviva. A lot enjoyable and each buyer glad! Thanks fellas,’ he mentioned.
Talking on his RTE Radio One present on Friday morning, Ryan admitted that it was going to be his time seeing Westlife in motion, regardless of understanding them for almost twenty years.
‘I’ve by no means seen Westlife in all their finery. I have been interviewing the lads for 20 years, thereabouts, 15 years. And I very kindly obtained an invite to go. Myself and the Tubridy gals – by that I imply my sisters and mom – will likely be heading to the Aviva tomorrow night time. I am very excited,’ he mentioned.
It was a star-studded event, with 2FM Breakfast presenter Doireann Garrihy joking that she and her mates had a wager over who was going to be the primary individual to cry on the gig.
‘We’ve a wager on who will bawl first…an excessive amount of nostalgia,’ she captioned the image of her within the Aviva along with her mates.