Mariah and Celine Dion were Stephen’s idols.” Walsh added: “He was dreading all of his life that this was going to ruin his career.“He was dreading he was going to be outed and he was in the end by The Sun, but it didn’t matter.
I'd forgotten how talented he is." "I think the reunion will be great, but it's up to them to decide when they will do it." Can Ed put a modern twist on these 90s boys?
When it came out it was the best thing ever, because nobody cared. He was happy.” The music mogul added that they resolved on being honest after The Sun confimed it would be publishing its story.
“The girls still loved him, and he was still the most popular person in Boyzone by a mile.
Louis Walsh has revealed in an interview after the Second Semi-Final that he “wouldn’t have changed a thing” about the Irish Eurovision act this year.
In an interview with the Ray D’Arcy Show on RTÉ Radio 1, Louis Walsh said that he “wouldn’t have changed a thing” about Brendan’s performance in the Second Semi-Final on Thursday.