Feb 292012
 

As we have heard from Nicky and Shane repeatedly over the last few days, the boys went and met a baby Panda today in Chengdu. We here at NickyByrne.info are very jealous, we have to say. It looks like it was a fun visit and there are 20 photos in Chengdu Pandas folder to prove it.

However, we would be very remiss if we didnt highlight these as just too cute…..

And we cant not mention that we are sure there are many fans that have wanted to sit on Shane’s lap and look up at him like this!

Also updated today in Recent Photo’s- Asia Tour- Wuhan concert pics as well as off stage there and in Chengdu.

 

 Posted by at 9:18 pm
Feb 232012
 

Well the boys kicked off thier Fairwell tour in Beijing yesterday.

As well as a press conference that can be watched HERE in the Tour Video section, along with another interview. the boys managed to fit in some sightseeing.

@nickybyrneoffic “Westlife in Tiannamen square !”

 

 

 

@nickybyrneoffic “Taking in the sights in china .. Tiannamen square & the Forbidden city”

 

 

 

And in between all of this they managed to fit in a show! Have added 13 Nicky photos from the stage in BEIJING folder and in the Asia tour videos a vid taken at the show of When You’re Looking Like That (where Nicky’s vocals are nice and loud ;-) )

(Not sure if these would be classed as *spoilers* as Mark has confirmed that it will be a different show for UK and Ireland.)

Credits:- Sina.com, Ent.163.com, ent.QQ.com, Alfee, Westlife Japan facebook

 Posted by at 8:56 pm
Feb 232012
 

Thousands of Westlife fans flocked to the Beijing Mastercard Center Wednesday night to give their goodbyes to the group, chanting their names and cheering after every song.

The evening marked the beginning of the well-known Irish boy band’s farewell tour.

“Five months ago, we came to China to hold concerts and had a very pleasant time. So we want to celebrate our last tour tonight in Beijing,” said Kian, a member of the band.

Tickets for the event sold out about a month ago, with prices skyrocketing as high as 1,288 yuan (205 U.S. dollars), according to box office staff. Continue reading »

 Posted by at 5:55 am