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16 times celebrities made themselves at home in Ireland

They love us. They really, really love us.

1. The time Paul Rudd, Peter Dinklage, Bobby Cannavale and Joe Lo Truglio painted the town red in Co. Donegal

There they all are in Killybegs.

killybegs, #ireland #bachelorweek @joelotruglio @skushneeer

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And standing around in their best paddy caps in Slieveleague.

Thankfully, they didn’t implement a ‘NO PHOTOS” policy and were only too happy to take photos with people in the pub.

There’s Paul Rudd with some locals.

What a dreamboat.

2. Or that time Beyoncé and Jay-Z stopped into Dublin’s Coppinger Row for their supper

Sadly they didn’t nip across the road to Pygmalion for 2 for 1 cocktails :(

Also, who can forget her iconic Guinness picture?

3. When Grace Jones went for the bop in Workman’s

Imagine bumping into Grace Jones in the smoking area in Workman’s. My God.

4. Speaking of Workman’s… didn’t BJ Novak stop in there after having one in The Cobblestone?

5. And who can forget when Hank from Breaking Bad popped in there?

And was absolutely mobbed by rabid Breaking Bad fans.

6. Oh nothing, just Woody Harrelson playing bingo in Waterford with his good friend Keith Barry

Nothing to see here.

7. That time Bruce Springsteen went to FlyeFit to pump some iron

As you do.

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And nipped into The Long Hall afterwards for one.

8. When Amy Schumer went to Grogans to have a singalong with Judd Apatow and Glen Hansard

#tbt last time I was in Dublin! Fired up to be back!

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She had such a fabulous time in Grogans that she stopped in there again ahead of her gig in August. (She was also spotted in Baggot Street watering hole Doheny & Nesbitt.)

How bout these idiots? #siblingsindublin

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9. The time Drake partied on Paddy’s Day in Temple Bar

Is that a tie around his head? Drake would fit in perfectly at an Irish wedding.

In a pub with drake. Show is on 2morooooo

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10. When Miles Teller traveled all around Ireland with his girlfriend and granny

D’aw.

Here he is in Galway. Master of his domain.

Ranch a make her dance

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11. When Rihanna celebrated Thanksgiving in… O’Donoghue’s

Guess they do good turkey?

12. There’s Miley Cyrus in The Brazen Head

This happened.

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And on the batter in Stoneybatter.

13. Emily Ratajkowski enjoying a glass of Guinness in Bantry, Co. Cork

Question: do you think Emily really drank the Guinness or just sipped it for the Guinness moustache photo opp?

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Home away from home 🍀 #Bantry

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14. 2010:  Calvin Harris plays a gig in Waterford ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

2016: Calvin Harris gets into Twitter argument with ex-girlfriend Taylor Swift, pals around with Rihanna and generally lives the high live in Vegas. Proof that dreams really do come true!

15. That time Shaggy settled in for a pint of the black stuff in Galway 

Sure, isn’t his mother-in-law from Dundalk?

Ain't nothing like having a pint in Ireland! The Guinness taste totally different here! #better!!!

A post shared by Shaggy Aka Mr Boombastic O.D (@direalshaggy) on

16. When John C. Reilly led a rendition of The Wild Rover in a pub in Co. Clare

Look at him go! Sure he’s practically a local.

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