Niall Horan and Lewis Capaldi continue their Irish adventure in Niall’s hometown, Mullingar


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Niall Horan has returned to Ireland and brought a pretty famous pal with him.

Niall is currently taking his friend Scottish singer Lewis Capaldi around the emerald isle. The lads caught plenty of attention when they decided to go busking on Grafton Street yesterday evening, but turns out that wasn’t the end of their  trip.

They headed to Niall’s hometown, Mullingar, where the pair stopped by the iconic Joe Dolan statue on Mullingar’s Market Square.

According to the Westmeath Examiner, Lewis was heard saying: “Joe Dolan – the true king of Mullingar!” during the visit to the landmark.

Niall and Lewis then reportedly headed into Gloss Hair and Beauty Salon.

It’s believed the lads are here to record an advertisement for Guinness, which would explain why they were seen at the Guinness Storehouse yesterday.

However, their work must be done as they’re now relaxing in Westmeath. Mullingar was already a busy spot without the popstars’ visit, as it is hosting this year’s Fleadh Cheoil.

As it one of the country’s biggest music festival, is it possible the lads might pop down to the event for another busking session tonight?


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Niall and Lewis surprised Irish fans with a Grafton Street busking session on Friday evening.

The boys were joined musician Jacob Koopman for an acoustic performance on the street.

The trio played Niall’s track ‘Slow Hands’ and Lewis’s hit song ‘Before You Go’.


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