Jerry Sienfield, the comedy king of the 1990's, is taking his standup to the O2 Arena in Dublin next year - his first time ever to perform in Ireland.
According to a report in Joe.ie. the tickets to see the legendary standup will go on sale in the Republic next week, and promoters are expecting a sold out gig.
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Famous for the sitcom that bore his last name, Seinfield has made a successful return to the comedy circuit and is arguably the worlds top paid funny man.
The Dublin show is scheduled for May 13, 2012 and Irish fans are already counting the days.
One celebrity who may not get an invite is Pat Kenny, for reasons that will become clear from watching the clip below.
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