Adoring fans of 90s heartthrob Ronan Keating did not allow downpours of rain get in the way of enjoying the star's gig in Gloucester.
A 4,500 strong crowd at Kingsholm rugby stadium last night (Friday) watched on as the 36-year-old former Boyzone star performed classic hits such as If Tomorrow Never Comes and Life Is A Rollercoaster.
He said: "Gloucester, how you doing? Thank you for coming. You're a very beautiful audience. Tonight is going to be beautiful. I can feel it in my waters."
Fan Tracey Broady, from Hartpury, said: "I love Ronan almost as much as I loved Danny at the McFly concert last night."
Sally Hurcombe, from Cheltenham, said: "I used to listen to him when I was at school. Yeah, I had a crush on him."
Earlier, Keating, took to Twitter to say: "Almost in Gloucester. Can't wait for tonight's gig. Sun shinning. #FiresSummer"
His wishful thinking for sunshine was not enough to stop the elements - but the rain wasn't enough to dampen his fan's enthusiasm for the performance.
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