Mar 032015
 

From Goss.ie

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Byrne has revealed he would “never say never” to a Westlife reunion.

The 2fm star admitted he was recently looking back on old performances of the pop group which made him nostalgic for the old days.

“Never say never. Recently, someone sent me a link on YouTube of the Brits from 2002 and I watched that and that was fun.

“It’s hard not to be nostalgic but it’s not for now,” he told Goss.ie.

However, the Dublin native also admitted a reunion will not happen any time soon as the ex-boybander works on his solo album. Continue reading »

 Posted by at 6:32 pm
Feb 272015
 

The radio host has hit back at radio stars that said his show would never work

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Nicky Byrne has revealed other radio presenters thought his 2fm show would be a disaster.

The former Westlife star has said he has finally proved his critics wrong – as he is set to celebrate one year on air next week with co-host Jenny Greene.

After winning the ratings battles in the last few JNLR figure releases, Nicky is quickly becoming radio’s biggest stars.

“Some other presenters on other stations who have less listeners than us said this would be a disaster,” Nicky admitted.

Unfortunately, the Dubliner didn’t name names, but hinted that a male DJ had tried to put him down.

“Can I say it? I don’t care. What was his name again? I actually can’t even remember his name,” he said.

“Someone from another radio station said something bad about us? That can’t be true,” co-host Jenny laughed.

It isn’t the first time the ex-boybander has been faced with criticism since he made the transition from music to radio.

Nicky felt pressure from listeners over his presenting skills in the shows early days but insisted the digs didn’t bother him.

“You can’t keep everybody happy – when you do a job in public life people have their opinions and you are going to get a bit of stick here and there.”

 Posted by at 10:44 am