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Chris O'Dowd gave an impromptu ukulele performance with schoolkids in Dublin Airport today

Too cute.

WE TOOK PART in some number of Christmas performances in our day, and yet never once did we share a stage with a fully-fledged celebrity.

And that’s because weren’t as lucky as the pupils of Rush & Lusk Educate Together National School, whose performance in Dublin Airport this morning was enough to entice Chris O’Dowd to join in.

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The actor, originally from Boyle in Co Roscommon, arrived at Terminal One earlier today, happened upon the young choir and quickly joined in their rendition of Jingle Bells.

Dublin Airport were quick to share photos of the moment on Facebook, telling followers that the man himself was even given a ukulele to play.

“Actor Chris O’Dowd joined pupils from Rush & Lusk Educate Together National School this morning for an impromptu performance,” they wrote.

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O’Dowd who was arriving at Terminal 1 spotted the choir singing Christmas carols and joined in their performance of Jingle Bells. They even gave him a ukulele to play. 

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And yes, it’s our new favourite Christmas story.

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