The Script’s Danny O’Donoghue writes break-up songs to have ‘last laugh on exes’

Unlucky in love Danny O’Donoghue writes break-up songs to annoy his ex-girlfriends.

The Script frontman, who recently split from Brazilian model Anne de Paula, admitted he loves getting the last laugh on them.

Danny told me: “I never warn them, no, I just let them hear it.

“In a weird way you don’t want them to know it’s about them as you don’t want to pay homage to them.

“In The Man Who Can’t Be Moved we chose a metaphorical character to take the role so she wouldn’t find out but in the middle eight

“Maybe I’ll be famous as the man that can’t be moved and one day you’ll see me on the news” that is directly at the person.

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“Look, we want her to be driving her car one day and going: ‘F*** that b*****d’ you know what I am ­saying? But every girl I’ve been with in the past thinks they’re about them!”

Danny’s worst nightmare? “Imagine walking into a room and everyone you’ve ever been with was in the room”, he laughed.

There’s plenty of personal ­references in new LP Sunsets & Full Moons, out now, as the boys have gone back to basics for the record.

Danny said: “This album is back in the centre, back to basics, back to looking at ourselves. People thought our last ­album was a little too political.”

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