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Nicky Byrne’s TV plans

Nicky Byrne has revealed to 98FM that he would love a career in television when Westlife split next Summer after their two Farewell concerts at Croke Park. He particularly likes the buzz of live TV. He also told there are other elements of the entertainment business he wants to look into.

He has recently taken up an opportunity to narrate “The Snowman” at the Grand Canal Theatre. on December 11th. They approached him to do it long before Westlife announced their split and Nicky felt it would be a great opportunity to take up so he can’t wait.

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Westlife star Nicky Byrne insists decision to call it quits after 14 years ISN’T a publicity stunt

THE Beatles’ record of 17 number one singles looks safe now that Westlife are to split. And the Irish crooners think that’s a good thing.
After notching up 14 number ones in their 14 years together, the band last month announced that they were calling it a day.
So the unmentionable – for a boy band to surpass The Beatles – won’t happen, just yet.
Continue reading Westlife star Nicky Byrne insists decision to call it quits after 14 years ISN’T a publicity stunt

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O2 SmartSounds Stream

Westlife are excited to announce that the O2 SmartSounds gig which they are performing at on November 24th at The O2 will be streaming live online to fans in Ireland, UK, Germany and Spain.

To watch the stream simply head on over to the O2 app on Facebook here. Also everyone who buys the stream will be entered into a draw to win tickets to the show and also to meet the band backstage on the night!

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Xposé interview [08.11.2011]

Ever since they confirmed they would be breaking up last month, their fans have been contemplating a world without Westlife.

It’s been a surreal couple of weeks for the lads too. Karen spoke to the lads on what was their last ever promo day for the band.

Shane, Nicky, Mark and Kian reveal to Xpose the reason for the bands break-up now and how they are so thankful to all their fans for the wonderful support over the years.

Even with Westlife calling it quits next year, it doesn’t necessarily mean that we’ll be seeing any less of the lads in 2012 as they all have big plans.

You can watch the videos here:

What’s next for Westlife [Pt. 1]
What’s next for Westlife [Pt. 2]

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HMV Exclusive Greatest Hits Edition

HMV are offering fan’s the chance to own an exclusive version of the forthcoming Greatest Hits album which includes 4 postcards of the boys!

Click here to pre-order the postcard edition exclusively on HMV.

Westlife will also be meeting fans at 3 selected HMV stores to celebrate the release of their Greatest Hits album!

To see the stores and to find out how to attend, click here.

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Croke Park Pre-sale

Pre-sale tickets for Westlife’s final show which is taking place at Croke Park, Dublin on Saturday 23rd June are available from 9AM this morning. (Wednesday 9th November)

The show includes support from very special guests The Wanted!

Pre-sale tickets will be available at 9AM this morning on the official Ticketmaster Ireland website here.

General tickets go on-sale Friday 11th.

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Customise Your Album Cover!

You can now create your very own unique and personalised version of Westlife’s Greatest Hits album with MixPixie!

You can customize your own album cover and order the personalised CD directly using the online store. Make sure you order yours for only £12.99 plus £2.50 postage & packaging now!

Click here to head over to MixPixie to get started now!

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Westlife star to narrate ‘Snowman’ movie in Limerick

Westlife’s Nicky Byrne will host and narrate ‘The Snowman Movie’ this Christmas.

The show attracts audiences of all ages and will open at The University Concert Hall in Limerick, before traveling to Grand Canal Theatre in Dublin for a number of performances.

Byrne has said he is “very excited” to be part of the line-up, and will tell the story of James and the flying snowman as audiences watch the film on a big screen.

Limerick, University Concert Hall – Friday, 2nd December: 7.30pm

Dublin, Grand Canal Theatre – Sunday 4th & 11th December: 11.30 am, 2pm & 4pm

Tickets from €15 from &