Pixie Lott reveals her favourite place to hangout in Ireland

Pixie Lott reveals her favourite place to hangout in Ireland

Pixie Lott has revealed her favourite spot to hangout when she comes across the pond is Ireland’s highest pub Johnny Foxes.

Speaking to Goss.ie, the songstress opened up about her past experience in the capital and admitted she loves heading to Irish pubs when she’s in Dublin.

“Whenever I go, I love going to the little Irish pubs and hearing Irish music,” she said.

Fans: Pixie said she’s super excited to perform in Dublin | VIPIRELAND.COM
Fans: Pixie said she’s super excited to perform in Dublin | VIPIRELAND.COM

“Everyone gets up dancing and claps and sings. I think it’s really cool that yo have that sort of culture there!

“We went to go see Irish dancing at Johnny Foxes up on the hill, that was so fun! We went to the Guinness factory, too, that was cool. I’d love to do some more of that stuff when I come back!” she added.

Meanwhile, the Mama Do singer is set to perform at the Bord Gais Energy Theatre for her new show, Breakfast at Tiffany’s and admitted she can’t wait to visit Dublin again.

“It’s a great town to have the first show come back to, ’cause I love it there. I’m excited to go,” she said.

Pixie Lott and The Risk Perform at The George

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“I’m super excited! I’m on a six week music break from the play at the moment, so Dublin will be the first town that I come back to with the play.”

Opening up about her show, Pixie revealed she’s thinks the Dublin crowd are great.

“I’ve heard good things about the venue, that it’s like really big and really nice so I’m excited,” she explained.

“The Dublin crowd are great, so I hope they’ll enjoy the play.”

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