Duffy was attacked after a gang of six men made remarks about his wife, Lisa, at the Lillie'e Bordello at the weekend.
The incident is said to have occurred at popular nightspot Lillie’e Bordello in the early hours of Sunday (March 5th), after Duffy and his wife Lisa had attended their son Jay’s new film premiere for Handsome Devil at the Audi Film Festival.
While they were in a roped-off celebrity area in the club, half a dozen men started heckling his wife, later becoming verbally aggressive, according to the report by the Irish Mail On Sunday. When Duffy stepped in, the men became physically violent towards him.
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The former Westlife member described the group as ‘a clever marketing ploy’.
Kian Egan has hit out at his former Westlife bandmate Brian McFadden and Boyzone’s Keith Duffy, who have joined together to form Boyzlife. Earlier this month the duo announced they’d be playing a series of shows in Hilton hotels across the UK and Ireland where they will perform some of their groups’ biggest hits and talk about life in a boyband.
Kian Egan has hit out at Boyzlife.
Appearing on 98FM Egan was asked what he thought of the pair’s venture. "What do I make of it all? Good luck to them,” he said. “It’s a bit of an odd one. You know, a member of Westlife who left the band after four years decides to use half the name for whatever it is that they're doing.”
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The Irish boybands are said to be joining forces, McBusted style.
Boyzone’s Keith Duffy and ex-Westlife member Brian McFadden are combining their boyband powers to form new supergroup, Boyzlife. The pair will be performing some of their respective group’s biggest hits together, with an 11-date tour starting in October.
Brian McFadden is joining forces with Boyzone’s Keith Duffy.
The idea came from Keith, who went on to act in ‘Coronation Street’ after Boyzone initially split in 2000, the plan was hatched during Ronan Keating’s wedding last year. The duo are hoping that their collaboration will lead to a full on supergroup featuring more members from each band.
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