When the Irish get together they party hard, and Monday night was no different when Laura Whitmore, Amanda Byram and Angela Scanlon met up at the InStyle magazine's pre-Bafta Bash in London.
The girls all looked incredible as they partied the night away with a host of stars.
Although the MTV presenter was a bit worse for wear yesterday tweeting, "Why does London not sell chicken fillet rolls?"
But while Laura was suffering yesterday, her fellow reveller Amanda didn't have a hangover as she doesn't drink and champions a healthy diet.
"I believe that your health is a dedication. You need to put aside time in your day to prepare food and work out," she said recently.
"I also believe that what you put into your body is just as important as what you do to your body.
"Health is created from the inside out. I don't drink anymore," she added.
Amanda has also been named as the host of the Pride of Ireland Awards which will take place in May.
Proving that The Meeting House in Temple Bar is swiftly becoming Dublin's newest hot spot, Nathan Connolly from rock band Snow Patrol and Mairead Carlin from Celtic Woman both popped in for some yummy Burmese food and cocktails on Monday night.
The venue are launching their new menu this week and with luscious cocktails and a top-notch wine list, this is the newest spot for dinner and a dance.
The venue is the brainchild of entrepreneur Johnny Connolly who also runs the Ink Factory on Wellington Quay which incorporates a coffee shop and a tattoo parlour as well as a barbers.
Candlelight Bar, Dundrum's hottest cocktail emporium, is looking forward to what promises to be an epic Valentine's night.
Acclaimed band The Shoos will play live and special spot prizes sponsored by Lanson champagne will be awarded to the cutest couples.
It won't be just the city's southsiders who will be sipping the potent concoctions as Candlelight Bar is set to expand to Malahide where it will be launching in Siam Thai in March.