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Westlife have big name collaborations on the way after working with Ed Sheeran

EXCLUSIVE: The 90s boyband are in talks with some huge names after teaming up with hitmaker Ed on their new album.

Westlife have some big name collaborations lined up amid the huge success of their reunion tour.

The 90s boyband – Shane Filan, Mark Feehily, Nicky Byrne and Kian Egan – are currently travelling the country with their Twenty Tour, and playing to sell-out arenas along the way. 

The boys, who paid tribute to the Spice Girls as they performed in London on the same night, are building lots of excitement for their new album Spectrum, which saw them team up with Ed Sheeran and James Bay, who penned some of the tracks.

Now, they’re in talks with some huge stars about teaming up on new collaborations.

 

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