Irish boyband Westlife put on a scorching show in Dublin last night - setting replicas of themselves on fire in front of 83,000 fans at Croke Park in Dublin.
The boyband performed the stunt as they near the end of their career, shocking and thrilling fans at the huge event - the penultimate show of their farewell tour.
The boyband announced their split in October 2011 and have been on their farewell tour for most of 2012 so far. The band have sold over 45million records in their 14-year career and scored 12 No.1 singles.
It wasn't just the stage dummies that have gone up in flames recently, as lead singer Shane Filan recently hit headlines when it was revealed he had been declared bankrupt after his property business fell foul of the UK's recession. Speaking to The Sun newspaper recently, Filan said: "Last night Shane told me, "All I want to do is just get on with it. Pick up the pieces, go out on a high with Westlife and start again."
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