Ronan Patrick John Keating  (amụrụ 3 Maachị 1977) bụ onye ọbụ abụ Irish, onye na-agụ abụ, ihe onyonyo na onye na-egosi redio. Ọ gbara arụkwaghịm na 1993 n'akụkụ Keith Duffy, Michael Graham, Shane Lynch na Stephen Gately, dị ka onye na-edu ndú na-abụ abụ (ya na Gately) nke ndị otu pop Irish Boyzone. Ọrụ solo ya malitere na 1999 wee dekọọ ọba iri na otu. O nwetara nlebara anya zuru ụwa ọnụ mgbe e gosipụtara otu egwu ya "Mgbe Ị Na-ekwu Ọ dịghị ihe ọ bụla" na fim Notting Hill wee ruo nke mbụ n'ọtụtụ mba. Keating na-akwado ihe ngosi nri ụtụtụ na Magic Radio ugbu a.
As a solo artist, Keating has sold over 20 million records worldwide alongside the 25 million records with Boyzone. In Australia, he is best known as a judge on All Together Now (in 2018), The X Factor (for 2010-14), and as a coach on The Voice Australia (in 2016). He has also served as a coach on The Voice Kids UK (for 2022-23) and The Voice of Germany (in 2023). Keating is active in charity work and has been a charity campaigner for the Marie Keating Foundation, which raises awareness for breast cancer and is named after his mother, who died from the disease in 1998.
.A mụrụ Keating na 3 March 1977, nke ọdụdụ n'ime ụmụaka ise. O tolitere na Bayside, Dublin na County Meath na-aga ụlọ akwụkwọ sekọndrị St. Fintan. Nna ya, Gerry Keating, bụ onye ọkwọ ụgbọ ala; nne ya Marie bụ onye na-edozi ntutu isi. O nwere otu nwanna nwaanyị: Linda, na ụmụnne atọ: Ciarán, Gerard na Gary. Ọ gbara asọmpi na egwu na ubi, merie aha Ireland niile n'okpuru-13 200 m.
In 1993, the then 16-year-old Ronan Keating was the youngest member to join Boyzone. Keating, Keith Duffy, Richard Rock, Shane Lynch, Mark Walton and Stephen Gately were chosen as Boyzone members. Walton and Rock would later leave the group before being replaced by Michael Graham. The group performed in various clubs and pubs before being signed by PolyGram in 1994 and released a cover version of "Working My Way Back to You" by The Four Seasons. The group also released a cover version of "Love Me for a Reason" which would peak on several charts. In 1998, his mother died at the age of 51 from breast cancer, resulting in the establishment of the Marie Keating Foundation.
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