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Tuesday, November 06, 2007
London (ANI): Irish pop band 'Boyzone" are finally getting back together after a long hiatus. The all-boy band will be reuniting by playing at BBC"s Children, where they will perform a medley of old songs. The band fell apart due to a feud between lead singer Ronan Keating and former manager and X Factor star Louis Walsh.
But now, Keating has buried the hatchet with Walsh, by announcing the comeback. “After all the speculation, we are getting back together and we are very excited. We have been talking about it for a while now and decided to go out there on our own and have a go at it," The Sun quoted Ronan, as saying.
“At this stage all we have planned is to perform at Children In Need, and we are thinking about doing a tour. “We haven"t got any plans to release a new album but we will see what happens. And we haven"t signed a record deal with anyone. We are just doing this thing on our own. “I"ve thoroughly enjoyed being back together with the lads, and even though there was some bad feeling about what has happened in the past, all that"s gone now," he added.
'Boyzone" had six No1s in the UK and sold more than 15 million albums worldwide.