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Ronan Keating reveals that he’s teaming up with Robbie Williams for a song dedicated to Stephen Gately

Ronan Keating has revealed he’s teaming up with Robbie Williams for a song dedicated to the late Stephen Gately.

Boyzone star Stephen sadly passed away on October 10, 2009 at the age of 33 in his holiday home in Port D’Andratx, Mallorca.

And Ronan revealed that he “ had tears all over my face ” after listening to the song written by the Take That star in honor of Stephen.

Teamwork: Ronan Keating has revealed he's teaming up with Robbie Williams on a song dedicated to the late Stephen Gately

Teamwork: Ronan Keating has revealed he’s teaming up with Robbie Williams on a song dedicated to the late Stephen Gately

To talk with Goss.ie, the Irish star, 43, said Robbie contacted him “out of the blue” with a song he wrote on the tenth anniversary of Stephen’s death.

He told the publication, “Robbie emailed me out of the blue. It was Stephen’s 10th birthday and the boys and I were doing a TV show in London. Robbie saw the show and emailed me that night. ‘

He continued, “He said,” Hey Ro, I have this song I wrote and I wrote it the week Stephen died. ” And I’m standing in my kitchen, listening to this song with tears streaming down my face.

Too soon over: Boyzone star Stephen died on October 10, 2009 at the age of 33 in his holiday home in Port D'Andratx, Mallorca (pictured in June 2009).

Too soon over: Boyzone star Stephen died on October 10, 2009 at the age of 33 in his holiday home in Port D'Andratx, Mallorca (pictured in June 2009).

Too soon over: Boyzone star Stephen died on October 10, 2009 at the age of 33 in his holiday home in Port D’Andratx, Mallorca (pictured in June 2009).

Tribute: Ronan revealed that he had 'tears in my face' after listening to the song written by the Take That star honoring Stephen

Tribute: Ronan revealed that he had 'tears in my face' after listening to the song written by the Take That star honoring Stephen

Tribute: Ronan revealed that he had ‘tears in my face’ after listening to the song written by the Take That star honoring Stephen

“I said” let’s do something about it together, that would be nice. ” And then we worked on this record, it is a very special song. ‘

Ronan and Robbie arranged the song, called The Big Goodbye, to work as a duet and the track will be on Ronan’s new album Twenty Twenty.

Twenty Twenty marks two decades of Ronan’s success in the music industry and features several duets, including a track with Shania Twain.

Song: Speaking to Goss.ie, the Irish star, 43, told how Robbie approached him 'out of the blue' with a song he wrote on the 10th anniversary of Stephen's death

Song: Speaking to Goss.ie, the Irish star, 43, told how Robbie approached him 'out of the blue' with a song he wrote on the 10th anniversary of Stephen's death

Song: Speaking to Goss.ie, the Irish star, 43, told how Robbie approached him ‘out of the blue’ with a song he wrote on the 10th anniversary of Stephen’s death

Idea: “Robbie emailed me from scratch. It was Stephen's 10th birthday and the boys and I were doing a TV show in London. Robbie saw the show and he emailed me that night '

Idea: “Robbie emailed me from scratch. It was Stephen's 10th birthday and the boys and I were doing a TV show in London. Robbie saw the show and he emailed me that night '

Idea: “Robbie emailed me from scratch. It was Stephen’s 10th birthday and the boys and I were doing a TV show in London. Robbie saw the show and he emailed me that night ‘

Stephen tragically died after a night out with his husband Andrew Cowles while on vacation on the Spanish island – he never woke up after going to bed.

Boyzone members Ronan, Keith Duffey, Shane Lynch and Mikey Graham slept in church – St Laurence O’Toole in Dublin – in sleeping bags next to Stephen’s coffin the night before his funeral.

Speaking to Sky News in 2009, Ronan said of the evening, “We were crying and we were laughing and we could hear him tell jokes and we could hear him answer.

In memory, “I said,” Let’s do something about it together, it would be nice. ” And then we worked on this record, it is a very special song ‘

‘It was a wonderful, wonderful experience to be there with Ste that night, and also outside we went out around 6am and the fans had spent the night outside too and it was incredible …

‘People come from everywhere, people from Asia, from South Africa, from South America, from North America and Europe, unbelievable.

“I was very proud, I was very proud that he was our mate and he classified us as his brother …”

Held at St Laurence O’Toole Church in Dublin in October 2009, Stephen’s funeral was attended by Boyzone manager Louis Walsh, fellow Irish band Westlife and Elton John’s husband David Furnish.

The group gained international acclaim and six UK number 1s, including Words, No Matter What, All That Matters To Me and You Needed Me.

So sad: Boyzone members Ronan, Keith Duffey, Shane Lynch and Mikey Graham slept in church - St Laurence O'Toole in Dublin - in sleeping bags next to Stephen's coffin the night before his funeral

So sad: Boyzone members Ronan, Keith Duffey, Shane Lynch and Mikey Graham slept in church - St Laurence O'Toole in Dublin - in sleeping bags next to Stephen's coffin the night before his funeral

So sad: Boyzone members Ronan, Keith Duffey, Shane Lynch and Mikey Graham slept in church – St Laurence O’Toole in Dublin – in sleeping bags next to Stephen’s coffin the night before his funeral

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