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Niall Horan has been living it up in Dublin over the past week or so, and if you were in Krystal nighclub last night, you might have even bumped shoulders with him.

The singer has been relaxing (and partying) on home turf while cheering on his BFF Rory McIlroy at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open.

Niall headed to The Bridge in Ballsbridge last night to start the evening off – a pub which is owned by rugby players Jamie Heaslip, Sean O’Brien and Rob and Dave Kearney.

However, he swiftly made his way to Dublin's Harcourt Street to party the night away at Krystal – and we're kicking ourselves for not going to the popular spot.

“Niall wanted to come to Krystle just to chill, so the managers cut off a private bar in their suite just for him and friends,” a source told Goss.ie.



Well, if we said we don't like Coppers, we're all clearly lying.

Last year, the owners of the infamous nightclub, Cathal and Paula Jackson, made profits of almost €5m, which is close to €95,000 per week and €13,500 per day. Wow.

At €4.94m, the profits were down by 11 percent from 2014, where the club made a profit of €5.5m.

The pay received by the Jacksons has not been made public, but in previous years they were paid €10,000 a week. 

Copper Face Jacks employs 193 people, and total staff costs for the year was €3.75m. 

The Harcourt club managed to stay alive and thriving as many other night clubs around Dublin and Ireland closed because of the recession. 



Here at SHEmazing! we felt overwhelmed by a barrage of puns and inappropriate innuendo when it was announced this morning that one well-known Dublin nightclub had designed and released underwear.

Upon reflection, common decency prevents us from sharing many of these sentiments with our discerning users – so instead we'll just give it to you straight: from today it seems you can BUY branded Copper Face Jacks pants.

Yup, the iconic Harcourt Street venue has on offer a pair of white boxers for the lads, and a pair of sporty orange knickers for ladies – both of which feature the venue's distinctive logo.

Suffice to say that many's a Christmas present has now been sorted.

With the items supposedly available to purchase on site (the lads and ladies at Lovin Dublin already have their hands on samples), we've also contacted Coppers for details on nationwide stockists and delivery – and are currently awaiting an update.