Sophie Ellis-Bextor surprises Irish band on stage amidst St Patrick’s Day celebrations in Zurich pub

Sophie Ellis-Bextor surprised an Irish band while they were on stage in a Zurich pub celebrating St. Patrick’s Day on Sunday.
Bluemoose was performing the singer’s hit tune, Murder On The Dancefloor, when none other than Sophie herself joined the band on stage to sing along.
The band were playing in Irish pub, Paddy Reilly’s in Zurich.

The band shared a clip on social media, writing: “So this happened last night!!!! Sophie Ellis-Bextor randomly joined us on stage in Paddy Reilly’s Zürich. Absolutely buzzing. St. Patrick’s Day 2024 will not be forgotten in a hurry!”
They explained: “Some girls were dancing at the front of the stage. We thought they could do with a killer dance and broke into ‘Murder on the Dancefloor’. Last thing we expected was for the lady herself to be in the audience and join us. Wow. Just wow!!!”
Sophie is set to play a gig in Zurich on Monday night, but was out celebrating St Patrick’s Day.

One person who was in the crowd wrote: “Sophie Ellis-Bextor performing Murder on the Dancefloor with a random band from Sligo was not on the 2024 bingo card but here we are.”
Philip Joyce, the guitarist and lead vocalist with Bluemoose, replied: “Imagine how we felt. I thought I was hallucinating when she walked on stage.”