The end of the rollercoaster

He spent years in the wilderness after his marriage collapsed, but now Ronan Keating is returning from the far side of the world – and, he hopes, to relevance, writes Stephen Milton

15th January, 2015

Ronan Keating is feeling keenly older than his years. It’s an ironic reflection from someone who once battled to exist beyond his juvenile good looks.

“I’m only 37,” he sighs, “but I feel like I’ve been around forever. It’s strange. I’ve done a lot and a lot has happened in that time so you can’t help but think of yourself as old. Though I kind of feel like I’m experiencing something of a...

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