Former Boyzone star Shane Lynch says he’s giving up the show business forever

Boyzone star Shane Lynch has revealed he has decided to leave the show business forever.

The businessman adds that the only TV show he will appear on in the future is ‘The Real Housewives Of Cheshire’ with his wife Sheena, because it focuses on his real life now.

“Over the last year or so, I’ve taken the initiative to make the decision to completely withdraw from the industry, whether it’s music or television,” he told New magazine.

“The only thing you’ll see me doing is Real Housewives because it’s a part of our lives and they come to our house and it’s all genuine.

“I just happened to be a part of that, but my business life has taken a whole new level and I’m happy with that.”

Shane (age 46) joined Boyzone in November 1993 and performed her last gig with the band nearly three years ago, when they decided to part ways.

In 2014, Shane forged a business partnership with Northern Irish entrepreneurs Dwaine Smyth and Michael Dowall and opened a chain of barber shops inspired by 1920s prohibition, called The Elk & Clipper. There are currently three stores in Northern Ireland with further expansion planned in the future

The singer and his wife Sheena currently own an Irish bar in Cheshire called D13, named after the area where Shane grew up in Dublin.

“We moved to Cheshire for business, hence why Sheena ended the show, and I agree with that.

“I’m happy to just focus on the business we run. We have about five or six. I can’t afford to tour for two months. It just doesn’t fit my life.”

Shane married actress and singer-backed Sheena in Ireland in 2007 and the couple has two daughters.

“We were always moving forward,” Shane said of their relationship.

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“I always come home with new ideas and Sheena has always been a great supporter of all my business ventures. Without her, I couldn’t do it.

“We continue to work strongly as business partners and as a couple. I have dyslexia so Sheena is my right hand man. She answers all my emails. She did everything that I couldn’t do.”

The pair were on the ITV reality show last year, and Shane revealed Ronan Keating is a huge fan.

“I think Ronan is the biggest fan of the show,” he asserts. “He calls me after every episode and asks about everything.”

He laughed when asked if there could be a Real Housewives of Boyzone spinoff.

“We were trying to do something years ago,” he revealed. “I don’t think you’ll see us back on television like that.” Former Boyzone star Shane Lynch says he’s giving up the show business forever

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