It will feature never seen before footage
Just when we thought it couldn't get any better with Westlife reuniting we can now watch the whole thing unfold in a new documentary.
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— Westlife (@westlifemusic) 27 October 2018
The band have now revealed that they have been filming a tell all show about their reunion.
The documentary was a result of their reunion and will include footage from their 33-date European tour.
Talking to The Irish Sun, Kian Egan said: 'We’ve had crews on us since the first day because we knew straight away – we’ve got to capture it even if it’s just for ourselves'.
But what we are all really looking forward to is seeing footage of the band that was recorded in 2012.
This was around the time the band called it quits.
During the interview Shane Filan added, 'No one’s ever seen that. It’s just us.'
Westlife's comeback single
Following that they dropped their brand new single Hello My Love
Ed Sheeran penned the track for the foursome and you could definitely hear his influence.
They did their first TV performance live on the Graham Norton Show.
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Streaming services have already began to take interest in the documentary.
Netflix and Sky are said to be the main competitors but the band are yet to make a decision on who they will choose.
They'll be performing at Dublin's Croke Park this Summer so get the flashlights out and get ready to sing to your hearts content.