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PICS: World Famous Music Stars Caught Sneaking Around Dublin Airport As Massive Announcement Is Made

By Darragh Berry

October 3, 2018 at 7:11pm

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This is going to be flippin' huge.

They thought that they could hide from us but it doesn't work that way, we're afraid.

After rumours of Dublin Airport trips and planes back and forth from London, Westlife has finally confirmed that the stories are true and that they are in fact getting back together.

People had started to get excited on Twitter after there was sightings of two of the members at Dublin and Heathrow airport.

For the first time in almost seven years, you'll see Shane Filan, Mark Feehily, Kian Egan and Nicky Byrne back together on stage.

Westlife's last two gigs were in Croke Park in late June, 2012. They played to a staggering 187,808 people over two nights.

Here was their set list from that night:

  • "What About Now"
  • "What Makes a Man"
  • "My Love"
  • "Safe"
  • "Uptown Girl"
  • "If I Let You Go"
  • "Queen of My Heart"
  • "Ain't That a Kick in the Head?"
  • "Bop Bop Baby"
  • "I'm Already There"

Medley:

  • "I Gotta Feeling"
  • "Party Rock Anthem"
  • "Sex on Fire"
  • "Don't Cha"
  • "Let Me Entertain You"
  • "Bohemian Rhapsody"

After Medley:

  • "When You're Looking Like That"
  • "Mandy"
  • "Swear It Again"
  • "Home"
  • "You Raise Me Up"

Encore

  • "World of Our Own"
  • "Flying Without Wings"

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