5ive members Ritchie and Scott to talk fiery band past Daily Star Facebook Live
5ive's members Ritchie Neville and Scott Robinson will be joining a Facebook Live event on the Daily Star on Thursday at 2pm to spill all on their impressive boyband past with Carly in convo host and Daily Star showbiz reporter, Carly Hacon.
So, if you spent your youth listening learning their albums back to back or staring at posters of you've fave member on your wall, then tune in because the boys are going to be revealing all to the Daily Star.
The lads shot to fame during the late 1990s and became overnight sex symbols after wowing with her girls globally with their cheeky chappy ways and catchy songs.
With tracks such as Everybody Get Up and Keep on Movin', the in your face group were impossible to ignore and included five young members Ritchie Neville, Sean Conlon, Scott Robinson, Abz Love and Jacon Brown.
Following the sell-out Boys Are Back Arena tour last year, which was halted midway through, due to the pandemic, three of the original members of the 90’s bad-boy band Ritchie, Sean and Scott are back.
During their reign, the band sold over 20 million records worldwide, amassed three UK number one singles and three top-five albums, with their debut album going in at number one.
The band got back together remotely during lockdown and have now written their first album within 20 years.
But here to discuss all of the ups and downs, including boyband battles, rivalry and inner member feuds – the lads are ready to discuss it all – including how it's different this time around.
To honour your love of 5ive and to pay a band that brought you some absolutely banging tunes – tune in to check out what the lads are up to now and to ask them any questions of your own.
The Facebook Live will begin at 2pm on Thursday on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/thedailystar.
There is no need to register, just log on and join in the fun.
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