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Black Eyed Peas party hard at Krystle after storming Oxegen

US superstars The Black Eyed Peas certainly got the party started this weekend when they enjoyed a night on the tiles at celebrity hotspot Krystle.

The Diary can reveal how the Where Is The Love singers delighted revellers at the Harcourt Street nightclub when they high-tailed it into Dublin after their performance at Oxegen to let their hair down in style on Saturday night.

The hugely popular group, which includes Fergie, Will.i.am, Taboo and Apl.de.ap, travelled from Punchestown in County Kildare in a fleet of blacked-out jeeps following their festival performance, turning up at the VIP nightclub shortly after 1am.

The foursome, who were joined by a vast security team, were given the venue's suite area for their exclusive use.

Revellers revealed however how the band -- in particular stunning lead singer Fergie -- were happy to leave the private area to mingle with fans and enjoy the club's outdoor heated Penthouse area.

"They were in flying form after their gig and weren't in the least bit demanding," said a source close to the band.

"They hadn't had a chance to eat after their performance so club bosses arranged for burgers and chips to be brought in for them.


"They also got through plenty of Grey Goose vodka as the night went on. Everyone in the club was delighted when they came out to dance in the venue's main dancefloor when some of their own songs came on.

"Fergie especially loved it and went up to the DJ to tell him he was doing a fantastic job."

Meanwhile, she and Will.i.am were keen to dispel rumours that the band are on the verge of breaking up due to their feuding. The pair appeared closer than ever as they embraced in a hug after having a deep heart- to-heart in the early hours of the morning.

The group later returned to their city centre hotel, The Westbury, where the celebrations are said to have continued.

Among the big names who mingled with the popular singers was RTE broadcaster Ryan Tubridy, who was enjoying a rare night on the town.

Earlier that evening, Will.i.am told fans: "Oxegen is one of the best festivals in the world. You're really special to us. Out of all the places in the world we've been we've asked 'Where is the love?' and the love is definitely here in Ireland."

Among the well-known faces spotted enjoying their stint on stage were lovebirds Andrea Roche and Rob White.