Halpin also used three TrackPod automated tracking systems on the show, one to track each of the girls. These were hooked up primarily to the MAC 250s for backlight and house fixtures for frontlight. Again, Halpin knew the TrackPod from the Westlife show in which he used five systems. He comments: "The TrackPod is a superb system - it provides solutions for difficult situations. In this case I needed a tracking front-on key light, and because of the awkward positioning of the followspots, the TrackPod allowed me to achieve this using moving lights, which obviously can be placed where followspots cannot. Because I had no production rehearsals for this show, I couldn’t push the system as far as I did on Westlife. But just to easily, cheaply and quickly have frontlight and backlight tracking each of the girls seamlessly adds an extra dimension and is vital when TV is involved - and the costs are so little."
The band, who have just notched up another UK number 1 single with their version of the classic Bangles song 'Eternal Flame', then went on to play a number of UK festivals.