Friday, 21 October 2011
Westlife: For the last time
ITV1 will be welcoming, Westlife: For The Last Time, in a farewell special featuring one of the biggest-selling boy bands in music over the last decade.
This unique one-off music spectacular will mark Westlife’s final TV appearance as the pop giants take to the stage to sing some of their greatest hits.
Over the past 14 years Westlife have had a staggering 26 top ten hits including 14 number one singles and 11 top five albums. They have had countless awards and sold over 44 million records worldwide.
Westlife: For The Last Time will feature exclusive interviews with key figures in their story as well as archive footage which will provide a unique insight into the life of this world renowned band. Guaranteed to be the hottest ticket in town, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to see Westlife for the final time, as the global superstars perform their biggest hits live in front of a studio audience.
Westlife: For The Last Time was commissioned by ITV's Controller of Entertainment John Kaye Cooper and will be screened later in the year. The hour long special will be made by ITV studios in association with Sony Music. The executive producers are Lee Connolly and Steve Lappin (Sony Music).