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Westlife were an Irish boy band, formed in Dublin in July 1998.They sold over 50 million records worldwide, a total that included studio albums, singles, video releases, and compilation albums.The 2fm presenter was speaking for the first time after former manager Louis Walsh let slip that it was "definitely" going to happen but he didn't know when.It's been five years since the curtain came down on the chart-topping boyband, who played their final gig at a sell-out show in Croke Park in June 2012."I would love to do a Westlife reunion as I'm sure the other lads would. I wouldn't like to do it now as I've got so much going on and I'm sure the other lads are probably the same," Nicky told The National Maternity Hospital Foundation coffee morning at Holles Street celebrating World Prematurity Day.In later life, Walsh began an alternative career as a television talent pundit and personality.
In January 2012, Walsh appeared on the ITV documentary series The Talent Show Story where he was interviewed about being a judge on The X Factor and Popstars The Rivals.The group accumulated 14 number-one singles in the United Kingdom.They achieved a total of 26 UK top ten singles over their 14-year career.Despite an earlier bitter feud, Walsh had a public reconciliation with Boyzone, including Ronan Keating, on the ITV2 programme Ghosthunting With... The following year Walsh appeared as a judge on the UK ITV show Popstars: The Rivals with Pete Waterman and Geri Halliwell.
Louis Walsh and Boyzone in which they explored a network of subterranean streets beneath Edinburgh. Walsh went head-to-head with Waterman on the show with his girlband Girls Aloud battling it out with Waterman's boy band One True Voice.When Ronan Keating announced he wanted to take a break from Boyzone, Walsh continued to manage his career.Keating achieved a number one hit with "When You Say Nothing At All" in 1999 and also "Life Is a Rollercoaster" in 2000, while his album sold 4.4 million copies.Keating and Walsh later agreed to part company as Keating's solo career reached an all-time high.