Westlife hunk BRYAN MCFADDEN has shockingly admitted receiving oral sex from a lapdancer on his stag night.

The UPTOWN GIRL singer says his "moment of madness" almost cost him his marriage to former Atomic Kitten beauty Kerry McFadden.

But dancer AMY BARKER claims a "cocaine-fuelled" Bryan had full sex with her on his stag night on 8 October 2001, and insists she hated the experience.

Bryan, 23, tells Britain's The Sun newspaper, "I admit this woman did perform a brief oral sex act on me during a lapdance. But there was no reluctance on her part whatsoever.

"And I can categorically state that I never had intercourse with her and have never, ever taken cocaine.

"I'm not proud of the truth - it is shameful enough. But what this woman is saying is obscene. I'm no longer willing to stand by while she tries to damage me and my family."

Bryan first met exotic dancer Amy during his raunchy stag night with 84 pals, three months before his wedding to Kerry.

He says, "It was a lad's night out, a typical stag do. We were all quite drunk.

"At one point in the journey everybody chucked $32 (GBP20) in a hat and the two women performed a lesbian sex act at the back of the bus, kissing and groping each other."

Describing the moment he met Amy, Bryan says, "I was sitting on the edge of the bed when the woman undid my flies and began to perform oral sex.

"I was disorientated, it was very unexotic and unerotic. It lasted all of 30 seconds before I came to my senses and realised how stupid I was being.

"It wasn't planned, it wasn't something I'd intended to happen. Afterwards I went back to the bar and sat there, white-faced.

"I felt guilty, ashamed, grubby. It had started as a bit of a laugh and gone too far, ended in disaster.

"My only concern was the shame I felt. It never occurred to me that I would later face a demand for money to keep the matter private."

Bryan paid Amy $24,000 (GBP15,000) in return for entering a confidentiality contract, preventing her from discussing the matter any further - until she decided to go to the press last year (02). Now the claims have resurfaced, and Bryan's determined to do some damage control.

Bryan says, "I was scared, very scared. Kerry was all that mattered to me. I knew I'd done wrong but I felt I'd paid the price - first, in the way I felt and then, literally, in money."

24/08/2003 11:56