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RONAN KEATING has declared that there is “no crisis” within the BOYZONE camp, despite reports in the UK tabloids that there will be a crunch “crisis meeting” to determine the future of the band before the end of the year.

He has, however, admitted that the boyz will be gathering for a pre-Christmas, informal chat, and did not deny that it could be about the future of the band.

“We will have a big get-together before Christmas but it will just be a bunch of mates getting together in the pub. As far as I’m concerned, there is no crisis and there is nothing to discuss,” he told a British website.


He also confirmed that he has begun work on his new solo album with New Radicals songwriter Gregg Alexander, the man who penned his chart-topping single ‘Life Is A Rollercoaster’. “Gregg and I work really well together,” he added.


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