Ronan Keating didn't think he was good-looking enough to land a place in Boyzone.
The 44-year-old singer has recalled turning up to his audition and feeling intimated by how much "better looking" the other guys were.
He shared: "I remember turning up.
"There were 300 guys there, and I remember looking around thinking, 'I'm never going to get in this band.'
"Everybody looked better than me.
I thought, 'I'll never make it through.' I was wrong.
Ronan went on to have chart-topping success along with his bandmates - Keith Duffy, Mikey Graham, Shane Lynch, and the late Stephen Gately - after they were put together in 1993 by Louis Walsh.
But the 'Life Is A Rollercoaster' hitmaker confessed that he doesn't miss their outfits and the dance routines.
He said: "No, definitely not.
"I miss the guys, I miss the lads and our little bubble, our little world.
"But no, I don't miss the costumes and the dancing routines!"
Ronan - who is set to play Cornbury Festival in Oxfordshire on July 10 - also revealed that his tour rider is practically the same, other than he's swapped out bourbon for a more sophisticated choice of red wine.
He told Heat magazine: "Red wine, water and some chocolate.
"That's really my rider now.
"Back then, it was Jack Daniel's and cheese plates - oh no, I do get a cheese plate now.
"It was more Jack Daniel's and sweets.
"I don't have much of that anymore."