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Boyzone celebrates two decades at top of charts

London, December 9 : Boyzone has celebrated their 20 years of being at the top of the charts.


The Irish boyband has sold more than 25 million records, have a new four-album deal and will embark upon an arena tour to promote their upcoming fifth studio album, BZ20, the Mirror reported.

The bandmembers are now aiming to remain at the top of the charts for 50 years like the Rolling Stones.

Keith Duff said that that coming together now is brilliant because they can be "the kids" that they were 20 years ago, and added that they are "like boys having a great time".

--ANI (Posted on 09-12-2013)

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