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The Voice's Ronan Keating said he 'has tears in my eyes' over singer
Ronan Keating will be returning to the stage just days after it was announced his brother Ciaran Keating died in a fatal car accident.
The Life is a Rollercoaster hitmaker is set to perform at Seinäjoki Speed Days on Saturday in Finland.
The festival’s official Facebook account posted a statement, which read: “We have received a lot of inquiries regarding Ronan Keating’s appearance at the Speed Drive 20 year event.
“We recently heard some sad news when Ronan’s brother passed away in an accident. The whole Speed Drivers team is sorry for the loss and wishes strength to the loved ones.
“We have contacted Ronan Keating today and he has confirmed that he still wants to perform at Vauhtiajoki as agreed on Saturday 22.7.2023.”
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The message concluded: “Ronan Keating is performing on Saturday at 20.05 on the main stage of Vauhtiajojen!!.”
It comes after it was reported Ronan had “rushed back to Ireland” at the weekend to be with his family after the news of his brother Ciaran’s death.
The devastated singer is supporting his brother’s family after he was named as the victim of an accident on the N5 near Swinford.
It’s been reported Ciaran was travelling with his wife Anne Marie to watch their son Ruairi, 27, play for Cork City FC.
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