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I think marriage and kids are what we would both love one day. But for now we are focused more on just enjoying our relationship.” Mark has never been as excited for Christmas as he is this year, as he looks forward to moving into his new Sligo home, which was a building site this time last year. I’m confident I’ll manage the turkey but my other half is a great chef with lots of experience so I can call on him if anything goes wrong for me,” he laughs.
And he can’t wait to get stuck into cooking the turkey. In addition to a support slot for Mariah’s All I Want For Christmas tour, Mark Feehily will perform his new Christmas album at the The Sugar Club, Dublin on Tuesday December 19.
As we know, the Sligo hunk is a man of many talents from renovating cars — he hit the headlines in 2015 when he was papped selling coffees from the back of his 1950 Citroen van, which he did just for fun — to flipping country piles. “There’s also been quite a few musical theatre offers, which is exciting.
That’s a world I’ve always loved so I’m trying to approach it in a legitimate way rather than just being the guy from Westlife.
In December 2011, the press said Filan was close to sealing a solo deal as several UK record labels are battling it out to sign the singer.
After recently being announced as the opening act for Mariah Carey on her UK tour, former Westlife star Mark Feehily reveals that he goes back a long way with the superstar singer.
In 2000, when both she and the Irish boyband were in their heyday, they recorded a duet together which saw Mark and his pop comrades Nicky Byrne, Kian Egan, Shane Filan and Brian Mc Fadden holed up in her lavish Italian mansion in Capri for several days to record Against All Odds (Take A Look At Me Now).
“Friends in the TV world approached me to get involved in a documentary about Irish music and the influence Irish songs have had worldwide through the years,” he explains.
“This goes right back to the 1600s when a huge cohort of Irish people went to the Caribbean and brought their songs and instruments with them.