If XFactor fans have missed seeing the charming smile of Ronan Keating on their screens, don't fret because the singer is making his TV comeback as a judge on the new show 'All Together Now.'
According to The Daily Telegraph, the Boyzone star has signed on to lead a panel of judges on the upcoming Channel 7 singing show.
“Australia is my second home,” the 41-year-old told the publication.
“My wife (Storm) is Australian and we now have a baby son (Cooper) who’s obviously half Australian too. I can’t want to get back to Sydney and get back on TV down there. I love the way people all across Australia get involved in shows like this and I think All Together Now has the ability to captivate the nation.”
The Australian version of All Together Now, will very much adopt the same format as the UK show which included former Spice Girl Geri Halliwell as the head judge.
This exciting news comes only three days after Ronan and his fellow bandmates(Shane Lynch, Keith Duffy, and Mikey Graham) confirmed that they would record their final album as pop group Boyzone.
"Yes, it's true... Our new album will be the last for Boyzone.We've had twenty-five amazing years and we promise you that this will be our biggest and best year yet," their statement read.