The One and Only Chesney Hawkes turned on the charm on The Late Late Show Valentine's Special on Friday night.

It’s safe to say the 200 singletons in The Late Late Show audience enjoyed an energetic and air guitar-inducing performance by Hawkes of his 90s smash, The One and Only

Speaking to Tubridy, once the audience calmed down, Hawkes revealed that he actually fell out of love with the song following his worldwide success.

He said: "I had a little time after the craziness of the song where I fell out with it - we divorced for a while. But these days I can’t help it, look what happens when I play it, the energy I can feel it."

The One and Only spent 5 weeks at number one and Hawkes admits that he thoroughly enjoyed every bit of its success. He told Tubs: "Very fast I went from playing the piano in pubs locally to playing arenas and stadiums overnight. There was one time when I did 7 countries in one day.

"I did that classic popstar thing where I bought all my family cars and blew it all on a recording studio and stuff like that.

"Pretty soon after. I was about 23 and I put a downpayment on a house, my record label dropped me, my girlfriend dropped me and I was like, 'O this is actually real-life’.

"But it’s all good, I’m married and have three children now."

Viewers at home were as happy as the studio audience to see Hawkes perform his much-loved hit with many taking to Twitter to share their excitement:

If you missed out on all the shenanigans on The Late Late Show Valentine’s special, click here to catch up on the RTÉ Player.