Thrown together in 1993 by Louis Walsh, the five members of Boyzone had six number one singles in Ireland and the UK. By the late 1990s, however, their popularity waned and the band split up, with Ronan Keating opting to pursue a solo career. Rumours of acrimony between the various band members and Louis Walsh persisted with prospects of a reunion looking unlikely. However, largely influenced by the successful re-union of Take That (KEEERCHANG), the band re-formed and enjoyed a very successful tour across the UK and Ireland. Gerry meets up with the band to talk about the pressure of growing up with that level of fame so young, what really happened when they broke up and how life is different second time around.