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Feb 17

Entertainment Tonight recently interviewed Backstreet Boys during the rehearsals of their Larger Than Life Las Vegas residency. They talked about the show, Lou Pearlman, how their career is like a marriage and more.

More of the interview where they talk about the residency, families and more can be read over ETOnline.com.

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Feb 17

In a recent article posted by the Las Vegas Review-Journal Raj Kapoor, Backstreet Boys: Larger Than Life creative director, spoke about their upcoming residency.

Creative director aims for rock-concert feel with Backstreet show

The name? Yeah, they’re kind of stuck with that Boy thing. But the creative director of the Backstreet Boys’ Las Vegas showcase says to expect “a really modern, masculine visual spectacle.”

“We really wanted to play them up as these guys who have a very large female following,” Raj Kapoor says. “Really kind of capitalize on them embracing who they are as powerful, successful men who have had a huge recording career and are having a tremendous resurgence.”

Kapoor also helmed Shania Twain’s comeback show at Caesars Palace and, on a smaller scale, worked on John Fogerty’s Las Vegas show. This week, he was busy readying live performances and screen content for Sunday’s Academy Awards.

But for “Larger Than Life,” which opens Wednesday at Planet Hollywood, “We’re not going so theatrical,” he says. “There’s nothing that looks like Cirque du Soleil. There’s nothing that looks Broadway-esque at all.

“It feels very masculine, it looks very modern. More like an actual concert. There’s nothing that moves us into that super-theatrical world.”

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Feb 17

Some exciting news for fans planning to attend opening night of Backstreet Boys Larger Than Life Las Vegas residency on March 1. An after party has been announced at Chateau. Fan Club members get first access to purchase after party tickets February 23, 2017 at 10am PT (1pm ET). You will need a password to purchase tickets. Log into your fan club membership at BackstreetBoys.com and go to your account. The password will appear on your dashboard at 9:59am PT (12:59pm ET). A General on sale will happen at 11am PT (2pm ET) the same day. This after party will not have a meet & greet.

For more details visit backstreetboys.com.

Also, due to high demand more tickets to the following shows have been released! Be sure to grab your tickets as soon as possible!

March 4th, 11th, and 18th. You can purchase tickets at ticketmaster.com/backstreetboys.

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Feb 17

Normally I only post articles where Nick is interviewed, but since Backstreet Boys Larger Than Life residency in Las Vegas starts next week I figured I’d share news on it from the other Boys.

Howie Dorough spoke with Billboard about their show, their new album and their appearance on The Bachelor.

Visit Billboard.com to read Howie’s interview!

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21
Feb 17
Emilia Updates

Recently fans have been getting private messages from someone on Facebook claiming to be Nick. Please be aware that if you get a message from an account that claims to be Nick it is not him. Nick does not have a private account. If you should see any page that claims to be Nick (Facebook, Twitter or any social media) report them (some places you can report for impersonation) and let me know on Nick’s Fan Club. My account is KaoticForKaos (I’m a moderator). You can also message me on Facebook. Facebook.com/KaosOnlineNC Or on Twitter. Twitter.com/KaosOnline

Keep in mind Nick’s only Facebook page is Facebook.com/NickCarter. Any non verified accounts are NOT him.

All of Nick’s and BSB’ official social media accounts are listed here.

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21
Feb 17
Emilia Media

The music video for Florida Georgia Line Feat Backstreet Boys “God, Your Mama, and Me” is out now! The video features the two bands singing the song and includes footage of their wives. Some members of BSB included their children as well. It’s such a sweet video.

People.com has some behind the scenes footage from the video shoot.

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Feb 17
Emilia Photos

Backstreet Boys are featured and interviewed in the February 24 / March 3, 2017 issue of Entertainment Weekly (Emma Watson is on the cover). The issue is out now! You can read the article/interview on EW.com.

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Feb 17
Emilia News

Backstreet’s Back for Florida Georgia Line’s New Single

It’s safe to say that few people have a first-concert experience like Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley. For starters, that initial show as a fan — a Backstreet Boys homecoming concert at the House of Blues in Orlando, Fla., in February 1998 when Kelley was a sixth grader — was stylin’. His best friend’s parents had rented a limo for their daughter’s birthday, and Kelley was part of a group that might have arrived at the venue in better transportation than the headliners.

“It was nuts,” remembers Kelley of that show. “People were just screaming, hooting and hollering all around.”

Putting an unusual coda on that first concert, Kelley and his FGL partner, Tyler Hubbard, are now linked to Backstreet through “God, Your Mama, and Me,” a collaboration that meshes seven voices and also crosses genres and generations. Just four weeks after BMLG released it to radio via PlayMPE on Jan. 9, it’s already at No. 36 on both Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay, early numbers that suggest it’s bound to become a hit.

“To have the Backstreet Boys featured on it was something we kind of envisioned in the studio while recording it,” says Hubbard. “To have that come to fruition was amazing. It really, really took that song to the next level.”

It helps that BSB bought into the song right away.

“I’m a father of two boys, so I like how the song could have a double meaning,” says Backstreet’s Kevin Richardson. “You could be talking about your children, or your spouse, or your love interest. I think it’s poetic, and it’s got a great melody.”

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14
Feb 17

Backstreet Boys are working hard in rehearsals for their Larger Than Life Las Vegas show that begins in 15 days! One of the choreographers for the show is none other Sharna Burgess! Nick’s Dancing with the Stars dance partner. BSB posted a photo from rehearsals today. Nick also shared a photo on Twitter.

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Feb 17
Emilia Photos

Entertainment Weekly has shared a few photos from the set of Florida Georgia Line’s new music video for God, Your Mama and Me featuring Backstreet Boys. It includes comments from both on the experience of working together. The video is set to be released on February 21. There’s also an article on the video shoot in the February 17 issue of Entertainment Weekly.

Head over to EW.com to view the photos!

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