Ronan Keating certainly hasn't been having a quiet couple of weeks in New Zealand.
In an interview with The Breeze, Keating spoke out about some of the wild nights he's been having on our shores with his 18-year-old son, while following the Lions around on their NZ tour.
A little dusty eyed after a Lions win over the Crusaders, Keating acknowledged they "had a big night" the evening before.
"We partied with the boys the Lions team, until four or five this morning."
While Keating was ready to go home, his son Jack was "still going strong at 4.30".
That wasn't the only big night they had on their whistle-stop tour, laughing that after the Hurricans v Chiefs game, he was dancing on the table "at about 3am" with his friend Julian Savea.
"Sadly the Hurricanes lost to the Chiefs but it was Julian's 100th game and it was a brilliant night. They've bought us in as family which is really special."
That was the evening the two joined forces for a rendition of Keating's hit song 'When You Say Nothing At All'.
New Zealand has obviously had a strong affect on Keating's family. He said his son is having "the time of his life and doesn't want to leave", and was gifted a tiny All Blacks uniform for his 6-week-old back home.
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