Ai-Ai and Erik in the Land of the Leprechauns!

Sep 4, 2007
Ai-Ai delas Alas, Andrew de Real, and Erik Santos having fun with an Irish statue that moves! Ireland, also known as the Land of the Leprechauns, came to be that way because of its culture. Ireland is also the third largest island in Europe, next to Great Britain and Iceland.

Ai-Ai and Eric only had one night to perform at the RDS Shelbourne Theater for the "Kasiyahan 2007" event. It was made possible for the Filipino community in Dublin, Ireland—thanks to producer Siony Altesa and concert organizer Erlinda ‘Baby' de Real.

Ate Baby is the older sister of The Library sing-along bar owner Andrew ‘Mamu' de Real, a part-time director and scriptwriter for shows like "Rock Da Vote." She and Ai-Ai had been best friends for some time now. In fact, the latter's the second celebrity to perform in Ireland. (Arnell Ignacio was the first). The group stayed at the Bewleys Hotel.

The Filipinos in Ireland were ecstatic to see Ai-Ai and her guest performer, Erik Santos, in the flesh. This was relatively a small wonder since Ate Baby already announced their show to the whole of Dublin weeks before.

Because of their hectic schedule, Ai-Ai and Erik were forced to limit their sightseeing, and they vowed to visit Dublin again, and all of the country's scenic spots.

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During their stay, The Luck of the Irish might have found its way to Ai-Ai's head as the comedienne was noticed wearing green all the time. None can be said for Ate Baby, however, as Ai-Ai had leave alone at the last minute, leaving Ate Baby to carry shopping bags that they bought all over Ireland's malls! Better luck next time!

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Ai-Ai delas Alas, Andrew de Real, and Erik Santos having fun with an Irish statue that moves! Ireland, also known as the Land of the Leprechauns, came to be that way because of its culture. Ireland is also the third largest island in Europe, next to Great Britain and Iceland.
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