October 20, 2000 18:40


[a]Samantha Mumba[/a] will be joined by [b]Boyzone[/b] singer [b]Keith Duffy[/b]...

Samantha Mumba, currently in the US Billboard charts at Number 10, is teaming up BOYZONE'S KEITH DUFFY to present the 2001 CHILDLINE charity concert at DUBLIN's POINT THEATRE on January 27.

www.showbizireland.com reports that the concert will feature Westlife as headliners, and will raise money for the Irish Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty To Children.

Samantha Mumba, from Dublin herself, is also slated to sing on the night along with Billie Piper as well a host of local acts.

More details are expected to be announced nearer the time.

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