Wanna bet that Chris Brown wishes he was back in Dublin? The R&B star, who's in all sorts of trouble with LA cops for an alleged domestic battery incident involving his girlfriend Rihanna, wrapped up a successful European tour on January 31 at the new 02 Arena in the capital city; so popular is Brown in Ireland that he had to add the extra Irish date at the end of his schedule, as he played a couple of shows there earlier in January. According to a report in Dublin's Evening Herald last week, Brown was having a grand old time in the city on his own. Rihanna was there with him for the early January shows - and was reluctant to be photographed because she was sporting a "cold sore" on her lip. "A mole revealed how Chris, who was celebrating completing the final leg of his European tour, appeared to be particularly friendly with one of his sexy backing dancers. He spent a lot of the night chatting away to a gorgeous girl who completely monopolized the hunky singer's attention," reported the Herald, whose mole was at the singer's after party at Club 21. Brown cleared out the club's VIP area for himself and his entourage, including his mother and father who made the journey from the States to see him in action. The singer's arrest over the weekend was indeed a surprise, as his reputation as a decent, clean-living, multi-talented star who's still only 19 years old was so refreshing compared to some of the other musician/thugs who pass for role models. During one of his shows he even paid tribute to an Irish teenager who recently died of leukemia, dedicating his single "Superhuman" to her. 'I know there's thousands of you here tonight but there's one very special girl who unfortunately isn't with us anymore - this one's for her!," he said as a picture of the teen and her mother flashed on his concert screens.
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