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Ronan Keating pays tribute to beloved mum Marie on her birthday

Ronan Keating has paid tribute to his mum Marie on what would have been her 75th birthday. Marie passed away in 1998 after a battle with breast cancer. Boyzone star Ronan, along with his siblings and husband Gerry, subsequently set up the Marie Keating Foundation in her memory, to offer support to other breast cancer sufferers.
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Keeping up with the Jones: The One Show's Alex Jones and new co-hosts Jermaine Jenas and Ronan Keating on the chemistry that got them the job... just in time to cover her maternity!

Should we feel sorry for The One Show presenter Alex Jones, or envious about the year she’s had? Since her long-term presenting ‘husband’ Matt Baker departed to spend more time with his sheep, she’s been a single lady on the show. Oh, she’s had plenty of partners on the sofa...

Ronan Keating and Jermaine Jenas join The One Show permanently

Ronan Keating and Jermaine Jenas have been given permanent spots on The One Show sofa, officially being named Alex Jones's co-hosts on the BBC programme. Boyzone star Keating and ex-footballer Jenas have been among the stand-in hosts since Matt Baker left a year ago. From 10 May, they will be...

Ronan Keating and Jermaine Jenas become permanent One Show presenters

Singer Ronan Keating and former footballer Jermaine Jenas have joined 'The One Show' on a permanent basis. Ronan Keating and Jermaine Jenas have become permanent co-presenters on 'The One Show'. The 44-year-old singer and the retired footballer will join Alex Jones as part of the programme's permanent presenting team, after...
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The One Show: Ronan Keating and Jermaine Jenas announced as Alex Jones’s permanent co-hosts

The One Show has appointed two new presenters to the role of permanent hosts, alongside Alex Jones.Jermaine Jenas and Ronan Keating are stepping in to officially fill the vacancy left by Matt Baker, following his departure from the popular BBC chat show last year.Baker had hosted alongside Jones for nine years until his exit, which was made so he could spend more time with his family.Jenas, a former professional footballer who once won the League Cup with Tottenham Hotspur, will host the series with Jones from Monday to Wednesday.In a statement, Jenas said: “I’ve absolutely loved being a part of The...
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Stuart Broad and Ronan Keating lead big names from sport and showbiz urging the public to support the UK's £84bn events industry during a glorious - and safe - summer return of festivals, concerts and live action

Stars of sport and showbiz are urging Brits to get back to the live events and experiences they love this summer. Music festivals and concerts, sporting events, leisure activities, charity fundraisers and weddings form part of the UK's £84billion events industry set to spring into life again as Covid-19 restrictions are rolled back.
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Ronan Keating breaks silence after wife Storm's hospital ordeal

Ronan Keating has admitted he felt "helpless" after his wife Storm was rushed to hospital for emergency surgery on her spine. Storm, 39, was initially admitted for a prolapsed disc but was told by doctors she needed surgical intervention. Happily, the surgery went well and Storm was able to return...
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Shania Twain & Irish Pop Singer Ronan Keating Cover Randy Travis’ “Forever And Ever, Amen” And It’s… Something

Shania Twain and Irish pop star Ronan Keating recently released a radio mix of their cover of Randy Travis’ “Forever and Ever, Amen”. It’s a very pop-y remake of the country classic that went #1 and took home the Grammy award for best country song in 1987. Featured on Travis’ Always & Forever album, and written by legendary songwriters Paul Overstreet and Don Schlitz, the track became one of the most iconic and recognizable love songs in country music.
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Ronan Keating misses ‘getting out there and performing’

New Delhi, Feb 16 (SocialNews.XYZ) International pop sensation Ronan Keating says the Covid pandemic brought him closer to his family, and gave him time to write new music, though he yearns to get back on the stage and perform live.