They made their debut on last week’s Late Late Show, but Ireland’s latest boyband, Next In Line, weren’t done with their fun over the weekend.
The band which comprises of Conor O’Farrell, 20, Meath, Nueng Kelly, 20, Carlow, Harry O’Connell, 19, Conor Davis, 19, Dublin, and 17-year-old Navan native Joshua Regala, took to the streets of Dublin where they surprised fans with their busking.
Hundreds of passersby were treated to their music on a busy Saturday evening.
They performed six songs including Aslan’s Crazy World and All I Want by Kodaline for the people of Dublin.
And Louis Walsh was undoubtedly impressed as he could be seen hanging around in the background.
The boys made their debut on Friday night to a delighted Late Late Show audience. However, they decided not to sing an original song.
Instead, they performed a cover of When You Love Someone by James TW.
The lads appeared to get approval from Irish Twitter in any case, with people writing: “Next In Line sound very promising! Hopefully they’ll go and achieve big things!”
“#NextInLine are decent enough it’s good to see 5 lads that can all sing get a shot at singing in a band. Best of luck lads.”
Of course, the Late Late stage is where Boyzone got their start. So fingers crossed Next in Line have the same career trajectory!