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Hey everyone!

Well, another year is coming to an end...and I can't wait! Sometimes I feel that time is moving too quickly, but at the moment, it can't move quick enough! I finished my tour last Saturday in the lovely Huddersfield, where I sang at their beautiful Town Hall. It was a fantastic show and left me on a real high. In fact, I loved the whole UK tour. I relished the opportunity to perform in some of Britain's most historic and stunning churches, Abbeys and Cathedrals, as well as the chance to meet and chat with some of you after the shows... I met some truly lovely people. Actually, I'd like to take this opportunity to thank all of you for your continued support, which I truly appreciate. Over the year, I have traveled to a number of countries and met a great number of supporters who have enriched my life and given me tremendous encouragement. I look forward to meeting many more of you next year!

Speaking of which, next year I'm going to be touring with Il Divo as you may know. You may be surprised to find out that we have still yet to meet -I arrive in America just in time for a rehearsal the day before the first show -but I'm assuming we'll all get on and have a fab tour! -All 4 months of it! Before that tour commences however, I will be touring my homeland from the 17th January until the 28th. I'm really looking forward to performing in front of a home crowd again and spending some more time in Kiwiland! It's been a while. I'm also looking forward to my 2 week break as you can imagine! I miss my family and friends so much, especially my family who I talk to on the phone to almost every night! I hope Sophie and Isaac haven't grown up too much since when I saw them last!

Now, on a much more sombre note, there is something I must tell you. Much to everyone's shock and sadness, Keith Sheel, who ran, passed away on Friday 16 December, after a long and courageous battle against cancer. He was one of my greatest supporters and I can't thank him enough. He will be sorely missed. To be honest, the news is still yet to sink in, it was very sudden for everyone, but I can say that when thinking of him, I can't help but smile. He always was so bright, cheerful and brimming with goodwill for everyone; he was a wonderful person. Keith -thank you... I will miss you.

I must sign off though, as I have an entire flats' worth of stuff I need to sort through and then squeeze into my beloved suitcases! It's going to be a mission. I'm leaving tomorrow, to arrive home Christmas day, and have a list of things needing to be done that would beat Santa's! I better get a move on!!

Take care everyone and see you in the New Year!


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