Superstar singer Ronan Keating has flown into the Lake District for a series of charity challenges as well as a one-off Derwentwater performance.
The popstar arrived at Lodore Falls Hotel & Spa via helicopter on Monday.
He stayed at the luxury hotel.
A spokeswoman for the hotel said: “He stayed in a Deluxe Spa Suite and asked for a massage on the evening he arrived.
“A hotel employee said that when the receptionist went to see which therapist was free to give Keating a massage every single one of them offered!”
His trip, with fellow Magic FM presented Harriet Scott, was to raise money for the station’s fundraising appeal for Cash For Kids, a charity for disadvantaged children.
The former Boyzone star took part in a number of action-packed challenged including climbing Catbells and zip wiring even though he is scared of heights.
His visit culminated in a live performance on the banks of Derwentwater at the Lingholm Estate yesterday.
This show was the first time in two years that Magic Radio has been on the road for an outside broadcast.
Helen Nunn, Benson for Beds marketing director, which has supported the charity visit, said: “At Bensons we believe that every child deserves to wake up in a good place, no matter what their circumstances.”
This trip follows visits from Hollywood superstar Tom Cruise, social media sensation Molly Mae Hague and professional boxer Tommy Fury.
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