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Susanna Reid is called out by Keith Duffy and Brian McFadden as she makes a blunder while trying to rush them off GMB

Susanna Reid was called out by Boyzlife as she made a blunder on Wednesday’s Good Morning Britain.

The journalist, 53, was chatting with Boyzone’s Keith Duffy and Westlife’s Brian McFadden alongside her co-host Richard Madeley.

Keith and Brian appeared on the show to promote their upcoming tour as musical duo Boyzlife, which is set to begin in January 2025.

But before they could mention their latest announcement, the GMB hosts shared a sweet 30-year-old throwback clip of Richard interviewing Boyzone.

As their brief trip down memory lane ended, so did their interview, as Susanna seemingly decided it was time to sign off without discussing the group’s tour.

Susanna Reid was called out by Boyzlife as she made a blunder on Wednesday's Good Morning Britain

Susanna Reid was called out by Boyzlife as she made a blunder on Wednesday’s Good Morning Britain 

The journalist, 53, was chatting with Boyzone 's Keith Duffy (left) and Westlife 's Brian McFadden (right) alongside her co-host Richard Madeley

The journalist, 53, was chatting with Boyzone ‘s Keith Duffy (left) and Westlife ‘s Brian McFadden (right) alongside her co-host Richard Madeley  

As the broadcaster tried to say goodbye to their guests, wishing Brian and Keith ‘all of our best’, the two quickly called out her mistake.

‘You never mentioned the tour!’ they exclaimed in unison.

Amused by the slip up, Keith quipped: ‘We don’t get up this early in the morning, we only do it to promote our tour.’

Boyzone — comprised of Ronan Keating, Keith Duffy, Mikey Graham, and Shane Lynch — achieved international fame and six UK number ones, including Words, No Matter What, All That Matters To Me and You Needed Me.

The band officially split in 2000 but frequently got back together for landmark tours – including the Back Again… No Matter What tour in 2009—which was the last time they performed as a five-piece.

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The band reunited in 2013 to celebrate their 20th anniversary with a tour and new releases.

In 2018, Boyzone confirmed their plans to split for good after releasing one final album dedicated to late bandmate Stephen Gately.

The band revealed they would call it quits after their 25th anniversary tour and album.

As their brief trip down memory lane ended, so did their interview, as Susanna seemingly decided it was time to sign off without discussing the group's tour

As their brief trip down memory lane ended, so did their interview, as Susanna seemingly decided it was time to sign off without discussing the group’s tour 

As she tried to say goodbye to their guests, wishing Brian and Keith 'all of our best', the two quickly called out her mistake. 'You never mentioned the tour!' they exclaimed in unison

As she tried to say goodbye to their guests, wishing Brian and Keith ‘all of our best’, the two quickly called out her mistake. ‘You never mentioned the tour!’ they exclaimed in unison

It was a tribute to Stephen – who tragically died suddenly in 2009 of a congenital heart defect aged 33.

Confirming the news on Twitter, the four piece shared a picture of themselves along with a statement. 

They wrote: ‘The new is out and yes it’s true. Our new album will be the last for Boyzone. We’ve had 25 amazing years and we promise you that this will be our biggest and best year yet. Watch this space… #BZ25 (sic)’

Included on the album was an unheard song by Stephen, which was altered to include their own vocals.

Keith previously admitted he struggled to cope when the band returned to touring after Stephen’s shock death.

He said: ‘We did two huge [comeback] tours in 2008 and 2009, and we did four nights in each venue. We then came back with the Greatest Hits album in 2009, and in the October we were in the middle of recording the Brother album when we lost Stephen.

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‘He died in 2009 and we were back on the road in 2011, two years later – which was way too soon. Way too soon.

‘Emotionally and psychologically… I’ll be very honest, myself and Shane were drinking too much, trying to numb the pain, onstage and offstage.

‘It just didn’t work, and it wasn’t enjoyable. We didn’t want to be together. That’s when we took a sabbatical.’

Busted and McFly made 2000 pop fans’ dreams come true when they announced they were to become one band in 2013.

And Nineties heartthrobs Boyzone and Westlife are to follow suit as Brian McFadden and Keith Duffy are coming together to create a super-duo, called Boyzlife.

Boyzone (L-R Ronan Keating, Mikey Graham, Stephen Gately, Shane Lynch and Keith Duffy pictured in 1994)

Boyzone (L-R Ronan Keating, Mikey Graham, Stephen Gately, Shane Lynch and Keith Duffy pictured in 1994)

The former pop stars are spearheading the venture and revealed it ‘has no limits’ as they shared their plans to tour together.

The pair will share stories from their pop hey-day, as well performing each of their bands best known hits.

Keith attempted to crack the film and television industry after Boyzone disbanded in 2000.

He appeared on the 2001 series of Celebrity Big Brother and had a very brief stint on ITV’s Splash in 2014 but it was his role as Ciaran McCarthy on Coronation Street which put him on the radar.

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