After 25 years of breaking and mending hearts, nineties Irish boy band Boyzone comes to Malaysia to mark their last world tour ever.
It’s not often you would feel elated and disappointed at the same time, but when it comes to Boyzone, that’s what has happened as early as the ’90s, when most fell in love with these fresh-faced crooners from Ireland, and broke their own hearts at the improbability of meeting them face-to-face. Fast forward 25 years later, fans are once again overjoyed at their return, but only to find out that this would be the last time they would perform as a group.
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