You can take the man out of the farm...

Leinster flanker Sean O'Brien is a man of many talents but singing isn't one too many people will be familiar with.

Chatting on The Ian Dempsey Breakfast Show, the Carlow juggernaut admitted "I probably hog the mic. when I've a few pints on me. And his go-to songs aren't what you we were expecting, "it'd either be a bitta Garth Brooks or the Jumbo Breakfast Roll".

Speaking of talents, Sean also explained how this piece of magic happened:

 
 
 
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Drake wouldn't tie his laces!

When asked about what he thought of Ronan O'Gara being the future Irish rugby coach - he's all on for it, "ya, I think he's grown a nice CV now at the minute...he's done well at every club he's gone to". 

And sure we couldn't have him on the show without asking about his love of farming and the holy grail of an agriculturist's calendar - the Ploughing Championships. He reckons it's a massive day out altogether, "it's basically a farmer's dream for a few days".

Sure wouldn't it be worth it for this alone:

Thankfully the Irish international is on the mend and expects to be back in action in the coming weeks, "ya've mixed feelings when you're injured...but you're delighted obviously for the lads in the setup".

Sean joined us in the Lemon and Duke (which he co-owns) for this morning's Cheerios Childline Breakfast Show outside broadcast. And he's an absolute gent.

Check out the chat in full by pressing the play button in the image at the top of the page.