The nation's sweethearts have done it again.
Guests on last night’s Late Late Show, Westlife were in top form for their comeback.
The group comprising of Kian Egan, Nicky Byrne, Shane Filan and Mark Feehily, chatted to Ryan about upcoming plans, family life and how the reunion came about amongst other things.
The famous foursome also paid tribute to Gay Byrne, describing him as “the grandad of Ireland”.
Performing their new single My Blood, the group later went on to perform one of their trademark hits Flying Without Wings.
Viewers were left in awe of the stunning rendition, with one person tweeting “not usually my type of music but that was a super version”.
— Derek Dunne (@DkDonadoni) November 22, 2019
Another added that the performance was "absolutely top class".
Westlife performance absolutely top class #latelate
— Paddy (@Paddyslippers) November 22, 2019
According to Ryan, “all hell broke loose” when the boys were announced as guests on the show and with a performance like that it’s not hard to see why.
Westlife’s new album, Spectrum was released earlier this month. The new release marks the group’s first album in nine years and has already landed them their first UK number one album in over a decade. Their last chart-topper was in 2007 with Back Home.
Thank you so much to everyone who bought our new album “Spectrum” This come back has been bigger and better than we ever expected. Officially No.1 in Ireland and the Uk and storming the charts all around the world. The Westlife army are out in force! We love you all! Kian x
— Westlife (@westlifemusic) November 22, 2019