Singer Chris de Burgh has recalled when he surprised Tina Turner on stage with a gold record.
The 'Lady in Red' singer made a surprise appearance of his own on Lunchtime Live in Co Wicklow as part of Newstalk's Summer Tour.
He was playing the piano at the Powerscourt Hotel before being asked to stop, and it was only then the crew realised who it was.
Turner, dubbed the 'Queen of Rock'n Roll', died last month at the age of 83.
De Burgh said he met her on several occasions.
"She actually performed on an album of mine back in 1984," he said.
"Subsequently I met her many times, on TV shows and in concerts.
"I remember one time... she was doing a show at the Olympiahalle in Munich - it's about 10,000 seat [capacity] - and I was doing the next two nights after her.
"I was asked would I go and present a gold album to her during the show.
"A friend of mine was playing the guitar in her band.
"There was a pause and I went out and [spoke] a little bit of German [and said]: 'I would like to offer this gold record to the spectacular and wonderful Tina Turner'.
"She was delighted, and there's a lovely picture of her and me giving [her] the record".
De Burgh, who has lived in Enniskerry for more than 20 years, is planning a move shortly.
"I've been a Wicklow resident for more than 20 years, and actually by the end of the month I will no longer be," he said.
"I'm moving back to Dalkey - it's a house that I held on to where Rosanna was born and brought up there from the age of two.
"Dalkey is great because [it's] a super little town".
De Burgh added that his house in Wicklow has "the most spectacular views."