She may have been known as Ireland's first 'celebrity dentist', but socialite Dr Danielle Meagher has just revealed that she has sold the leasehold of her Derma Dental unit at St Martin's House on Waterloo Road.
The bubbly blonde, who has bleached the teeth of everyone from Leigh Arnold to Rachel Kavanagh, has sent shock waves through the social scene after revealing that she has decided to move on.
She told the Diary how she now wants to concentrate on her Botox business Derma, which has apparently been booming in recent times and last November, she made the tough decision to sell her other leasehold.
"I have moved into more private premises just off Fitzwilliam Square, affording my Derma patients increased discretion," she said. "In addition, I am looking for premises on Harley Street, London so that I can continue to expand my patient base in the UK and Europe."
Already a firm favourite in Britain, the popular indie night regular attracts more than 10,000 people to its audio-visual extravaganza in cities all over the country.
Previous guest DJs include Lily Allen, Zane Lowe and the Kaiser Chiefs, so followers of the event can expect some similar big names here.
Launching officially on February 27, with a raucous opening night, among those who have been confirmed to perform are The Mighty Boosh's Mike Fielding, Babyshambles' Adam Ficek, Passion Pit, The Cribs lead singer Ryan Jarman and a live show from Delphic.
They certainly went out last year with a bang, given that 9,000 revellers marked the start of 2010 with Propaganda hosting five simultaneous parties.
Renowned for its multi-sensory shows, admission at the door of the Academy for this month's inaugural event is a mere €10.
The wacky Poker Face star, who turned heads at the Brits wearing a €6,000 headpiece by our own Philip Treacy, is finally bringing her long-awaited Monster tour to Ireland.
And to mark the occasion, Lillie's has confirmed they'll be rolling out the red carpet in the club on Sunday night for the special aftershow party which kicks off at 10pm and should go on until the wee hours of the morning.