Dancing with Wolves for dear auld Ireland
By dancing for Trump, Michael Flatley has done the state quite a service
Cometh the hour, cometh the Feet of Flame.
Be honest, Ireland: for all your moaning and carping, Michael Flatley agreeing to perform for the Dark Lord of the Dance at the US presidential inauguration event on Friday is one of the best things that could have happened in these troubled political times, both to us and for him.
At 58, long past the stage when his tap shoes should have been gathering dust in their...
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