Ronan Keating to guest host The One Show
- Bang Showbiz
- 28 August 2020
'When You Say Nothing At All' hitmaker Ronan Keating will guest host BBC's 'The One Show'
Ronan Keating is set to host 'The One Show'.
The 43-year-old singer will join 43-year-old presenter Alex Jones on the BBC show on Friday (28.08.20) after he recently joined Alex and Rylan Clark-Neal as a guest.
An announcement on the programme's official Twitter account read: "Have you heard the news?! @ronanofficial will be co-hosting #TheOneShow tomorrow with @MissAlexjones Set your reminders now!"
The pair will be joined by special guests jazz singer Gregory Porter and TV doctor Dr Ranj Singh.
It continued: "See you back on @BBCOne from 7pm with an exclusive performance from @GregoryPorter and @DrRanj will be in to answer your questions!"
The 'Life Is A Rollercoaster' hitmaker retweeted the announcement on his own Twitter account, writing: "Very Excited."
A number of fans shared their enthusiasm and wished the singer luck ahead of his guest appearance.
One wrote: "Very excited as well Cant wait to see you co-host on the @BBCTheOneShow tomorrow night with @MissAlexjones You will be amazing and do a fantastic job I will definitely be watching (sic)"
Another added: "Haven't watched #TheOneShow in ages but will be tuning in tonight for sure"
Ronan last appeared on 'The One Show' in July to mark 20 years since he first released his solo music after splitting from the boy band Boyzone.
However, talk quickly turned to his newborn daughter who was born at the start of the coronavirus lockdown.
The father-of-five Ronan – who has Jack, 21, Missy, 19 and Ali, 14, with his ex-wife Yvonne Connolly and Cooper, three, and Coco with wife Storm Keating – gushed over Coco.
He said: "It was incredible. It was four days into lockdown when we went into labour, we were just up the road in the Portland.
"They were amazing, the hospital was fantastic, the team, the staff, everyone."
Alex asked: "Were you let in for the birth?"
He responded: "I was, thank god. I was worried I wasn't going to be.
"It was very special, her brothers and sisters weren't allowed, rightly so, but she has been a joy."