The hour-long Westlife special is being shown again this afternoon
It's time to swear it all over again. Perfect for any Westlife fan that missed it.
Christmas is always a busy time of year and that's reflected in the TV schedule.
You're running around, visiting friends, entertaining guests, and most importantly, trying to watch all the great films and TV shows that are on offer.
We get that.
On this note, it's understandable if any Westlife fan missed out on the hour-long special that was originally shown on 29 December.
This being said, we did warn you about it at the time but because we don't live in a world of our own, we've decided to alert any Westlife fans that may have missed it the first time around that it's being shown again.
See, we're nice like that.
After an eight year hiatus, the beloved band made their return earlier this year, playing to 160,000 fans across two nights in Croke Park.
Yet again, RTÉ will be airing Westlife: The Twenty Tour – Live from Croke Park - an hour-long special documentary filmed over the course of the two nights.
If you were at the gig, it's the perfect way to remember a special night. Hell, even if you didn't get a ticket, the documentary is almost as good as being there.
In terms of the setlist, the edited version of the concerts includes the likes of Uptown Girl, You Raise Me Up, Flying Without Wings and World of Our Own, along with new tracks Hello My Love, Better Man and Dynamite.
The show will air this evening at 4:45pm on RTÉ One, and if you're a Westlife fan that missed it before, you've no excuse to be a fool again.