Mcfadden: 'I Hate Guinness'

Former WESTLIFE star BRIAN MCFADDEN has upset his fellow Irish natives after declaring he hates Guinness - the country's national beverage. Speaking on Australian radio station NOVA 96.9 on Monday (17Mar08), MCFadden shocked his compatriots around the world by admitting he despises the taste of the drink. He said, "(Guinness) makes your poo black... it's disgusting." MCFadden also shunned St Patrick's Day (17Mar08) celebrations in Sydney - instead choosing to spend time with his mother and two children from his marriage to British singer Kerry Katona.


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it's that sooo!!!!that's a pity!
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