The Killers welcomed Irish fan Danny Ross on stage with them in the RDS on Tuesday night where he played the drums on their hit For Reasons Unknown.

Killers frontman Brandon Flowers plucked Danny from the crowd when he spotted the sign he was holding which read: "Can I play drums?"

Taking to the stage in Dublin's RDS, Danny took over drumming duties from Ronnie Vannucci for the song and he held his own with the Las Vegas band.

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During the track, Flowers, who looked impressed with Danny's skills, said: "Danny, as you know, these people paid a lot of money to come here tonight, you gotta give them what they want, how's your right foot? Strong?"

At the end of the song, Brandon told him: "Danny boy, that was wonderful"

Also during their set, The Killers delighted fans with a rendition of The Waterboys' The Whole of the Moon.

The band seems to be enjoying their time in Ireland, with their official Instagram page posting an image of Brandon jumping over a hay bale.

They also shared some pictures from the show.

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Dubliners, both north and south of the city, took to social media last night to say they could hear the Mr Brightside singers belt out "Hit after hit after hit". 

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