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Rihanna disappointed fans last night when she failed to show up at Lillie's Bordello for a lavish bash organised by the club.

Despite top security being put in place, the songstress, didn't turn up with her crew of over 100. Instead Rihanna's dancers, who had just come from a three-night sell-out concert in Belfast, were spotted partying at the Grafton Lounge.

The star apparently took last night off to rest before her gig tonight at the O2 arena. But Lillie's didn't lose out on VIP guests -- Bono was in the exclusive VIP area on Saturday and magician Keith Barry celebrated turning 35 last night. He was seen partying with friends, including trainer to the stars Paul Byrne and his wife Siobhan, singer Brian Kennedy and MasterChef star Nick Munier.

wwwTHE Dublin All-Ireland winning team team have painted the town blue for one last time.

With the players set to get back on the pitch this week to prepare for the club championships, Bernard Brogan, Alan Brogan, Eamon Fennell, Paul Flynn and the rest of the team said farewell to their partying ways at the weekend.

Starting off in the Merrion Hotel to celebrate the launch of Hayley Rock's new business, the Brogan brothers later launched Baggot Street Wines.

The boys in blue enjoyed a final party on Saturday night where they toasted their victory on a boys night out in Krystle.

•DUBLIN'S top media insiders will get to see an advanced screening of The Three Musketeers this week.

The event will see guests enjoy a special gala screening of the movie on Wednesday in Movies@Dundrum starting at 6.30pm. VIP guests will get to meet cast member Freddie Fox, who plays King Louis.

•A birthday celebration concert in honour of the late Joe Dolan is being held next week.

Joe Dolan's classic hits will be performed by Ronan Collins with his band at the National Concert Hall Sunday, October 16.

The special birthday concert will be a tribute to the Irish legend and is set to retrace the career of the popular entertainer through his hit songs.