Michael Flatley was all smiles when he popped into a local eatery in Galway.
The Riverdance icon enjoyed a meal at Sheridan’s Restaurant in Milltown to the delight of the owners.
He posed for pictures with the owners Cathal and Helen Sheridan as well as other staff members before enjoying his meal.
“Lovely to have Michael Flatley himself call in to Sheridans this evening, he put a smile on all the locals faces! Thanks for calling,“ they wrote alongside pictures of the legend with staff.
We’re sure he had the best time judging by that smile.
According to Variety the official synopsis reads: “For every transcendent moment onstage, Flatley endures gruelling hours of pain and the loneliness of the road.
“Taunted by the media and, at times, doubted by everyone but his fans, Flatley bounces back time and again, dancing from his heart well into middle age and transforming Irish dance forever.”
Sharing his excitement, Michael admitted that he was “honoured” to be able to tell his story.
“I’m honoured and humbled to be able to share my story with the world and confident that StoryFirst will deliver an inspirational and, hopefully, motivational message to people everywhere.
“If you work hard and follow your dreams, then nothing is impossible,” he added.