Ronan Keating has revealed he has teamed up with some of the biggest musicians in the world – for a once off TV special.
The Boyzone star is bringing huge names together for a musical special, which will air on Virgin Media this month.
Speaking on Goss.ie‘s weekly chat show Goss Chats, Ronan revealed that special performances will take place to raise much needed funds for his cancer charity; The Marie Keating Foundation.
“We’ve got this special on July 18th,” Ronan, who’s new album Twenty Twenty drops this month, announced.
“It’s a big deal…It’s going to be a music special with incredible Irish artists, and UK artists, all involved with the Marie Keating Foundation.
“All charities that aren’t government funded have really struggled to fundraise,” he explained.
“The Marie Keating Foundation has really suffered, we haven’t been able to fundraise, which means we can’t fund our nurses, and people with cancer are very exposed,” he admitted.
“It’s very special, it’s a big big deal,” Ronan said of the TV special.
Watch the full interview below.
Goss Chats is sponsored by top Irish aesthetic clinic Haus of JeJuve, which is now back open for bookings.
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On this week’s episode of #GossChats @itsalirose chats to chart-topping singer @rokeating who has announced a star-studded TV special, coming to Virgin Media this month. In this interview the Dublin star also opens up about working with huge names on his new album, and the upcoming release of a special song dedicated to Stephen Gately. #GossChats is sponsored by top aesthetic clinic @haus_of_jejuve