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28
Sep 15

Nick did a Periscope live feed today and he talked about various things going on. For those who had issues viewing the video it’s still available on his Periscope. Click here. If you should still have problems the video was uploaded on Youtube. Click here. Here’s some updates on Dancing with the Stars, his solo album and his movie Dead 7.

Dancing with the Stars – He says he loves the show Downton Abbey (the TV show theme he’ll dance to) and that people were surprised that he said he actually watches the show all the time. His dance for tonight will be the Viennese Waltz.

His solo album “All American” he said it might be released world wide at the same time now. Previously Nick has mentioned it being released in Japan first. He also said that he may tour in January/February for the album. Nothing’s confirmed at the moment.

In regards to his movie Dead 7 Nick said that it will be released in April of next year.

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26
Sep 15

Every week DWTS does a All Access live feed online with backstage footage and interviews. Nick’s already done three of these interviews on each episode so far. As of right now we only have his interview from September 14th and 21st. Credit stormviking for recording the live stream. I’ve uploaded the videos to our facebook page and you can watch the interviews below.

Nick DWTS All Access September 14, 2015

Nick Carter's interview with DWTS All Access during the season premiere of DWTS on September 14. Credit stormviking.

Posted by Kaos Online on Friday, September 25, 2015

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25
Sep 15

It’s been a few weeks since Nick along with Bindi Irwin did various interviews to promote Dancing with the Stars but we’re still finding new interviews. Here’s a interview Nick did with The Inside Reel.

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25
Sep 15

Dancing with the Stars judge Carrie Ann Inaba blogged about this weeks episode on Parade.com. She listed Nick first in her top three male performances.

Nick Carter and his partner Sharna Burgess came back on Tuesday night with a Backstreet Boy-worthy Foxtrot. Something really clicked as he came down the stairs and performed in honor of Sharna’s family… something magical happened. In the ballroom, you could feel it. He got caught in the emotion of the choreography. He got lost in the moment. I say “lost” in a positive way. He got out of his head and into the moment. Dance is a great teacher, in fact, all art forms are, because to create great art, you must be completely in the moment. Last night Nick was completely in the moment and it took us somewhere. Dance can transport us…that’s the beauty of it. He needed a good one because he had slipped the night before. It wasn’t a terrible slip, but I was concerned it would hurt his confidence. I sense that Nick is a sensitive soul and this competition means a lot to him on a deeper level in his life journey.

Source: Parade.com

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25
Sep 15

Talk about team work! Sharna had quite the emotional night on Sept. 22, and she got through it with the help of her partner, Nick Carter! She absolutely raved over him in this week’s exclusive blog.

Sharna Burgess definitely knows how to help Nick Carter. She told us the advice she gave him after his slip on Monday night’s Dancing with the Stars, and then revealed that when she had a touching experience the following night, he really helped her our. If that’s not team work, I don’t know what is. Here’s this week’s blog, with some exclusive photos from Team SharNick!

I’m so proud of Nick this week! We had a lot of work to do having two dances this week — two very difficult dances like jive and foxtrot — and only four days to get ready. It really shows how talented he is, and how he can to get it together in a very short space of time. Going first on Monday night for our jive was certainly tough. Being the first ones up, we had to keep the energy rolling, and on top of that, we had a technical difficulty where the intro to our song didn’t play, so we were actually 12 counts behind when our track started. For our number, we had to rip pajamas off, get out of our beds, and run down the steps with no time to do it.

So despite that, I’m incredibly happy with the way Nick got it together, got on with the routine, and even after a slip, he got back up and kept going and absolutely nailed the ending. Nick did an incredible job at recovering from all that! And I said to him, “It’s not about how you start, it’s how you finish,” and I truly couldn’t be proud of him. I actually found out what he’s capable of, as a performer, and that makes me really happy!

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24
Sep 15
Emilia News

Rolling Stone made a list of the 50 greatest boy band songs of all time. Backstreet Boys were listed 4 times! They also commented on the songs they included in their list.

5. I Want It That Way
Swedish songwriters Andreas Carlsson and Max Martin were still working on their English when they came up with the couplet “You are my fire/The one desire.” “The lyric doesn’t really mean anything,” the former would eventually admit. “The record company was like, ‘We need to bring in maybe another lyricist to help work on this.'” Jive flew Def Leppard and Shania Twain producer Mutt Lange to Stockholm’s Cheiron Studios for edits, but the Backstreet Boys preferred the original and recorded it as “I Want It That Way.” Then the two songwriters completed the finishing touch: “The last thing that was added was the [opening guitar line] ‘ba-do-do-ba-do-do-do,’ which was like a Metallica kind of riff — which was off for the boy band scene at the time.”

14. Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)
The Max Martin-helmed “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)” was one of the most defining tracks of the late Nineties pop explosion — huge, produced like a Michael Bay movie and a little more PG-13 than the New Kids were — a perfect statement of intent for a group (and movement) ready for total world domination. With “Everybody”‘s campy, horror-themed video and dirty synth crunch, BSB not only became the new princes of pop but also the culture’s new sex symbols. “Am I sexual?” youngest member Nick Carter coyly asks.

17. Quit Playing Games (With My Heart)
“Quit Playing Games (With My Heart)” was the first big U.S. hit for the Backstreet Boys, who were already causing pandemonium the world over before gaining a foothold here in 1997. “America just wasn’t ready for us,” Backstreet’s Howie Dorough told USA Today after “Games” finally hit it big Stateside. “Rap and Hootie and the Blowfish were really big.” While this was the breakthrough for the Boys in America, it set the template for 1999’s international chart-topper “I Want It That Way,” whose breezy guitars and winsome vocals, courtesy of Max Martin, are at least cousins of those found here.

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23
Sep 15

This week was a two night performance on Dancing with the Stars and tonight Nick danced the Foxtrot. Tonight’s show the pro dancers talked about their hometowns. Nick scored a 24 which was the highest score of the night until Tamar Braxton danced and beat him by one point. Nick was safe once again from elimination but he still needs our votes for next Mondays elimination. So, keep voting online! As with other performances the rehearsals and footage from the previous show isn’t included but I’ve added the video.

Download full video here.

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22
Sep 15
Emilia Media, Solo Album

Nick’s music video for his new single I Will Wait was released today on his Vevo page on Youtube! Check it out and don’t forget to pre-order the single on iTunes or Amazon. It will be released October 1st.

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22
Sep 15

Nick Carter had a tough dance this week on ‘Dancing with the Stars,’ but he’s breaking down just what happened — and how he felt about the judges ‘ comments.

During week two of Dancing with the Stars, fan-favorites Nick Carter and Sharna Burgess wow’d us with the Jive, but unfortunately fell down the leaderboard with a score of 21/30. However, in our weekly HollywoodLife.com blog from Nick, he explained what exactly happened with his footwork, the shoes, and the timing — all very important things when dancing! Here’s Nick’s blog.

This week was a little nerve-racking because we had two dances, and I felt that I was a little under-prepared — not knowing these dances necessarily, doing them for the first time was such a challenge. But I was ready to go when the show began, and I was totally prepared in my mind to put on a good performance. Unfortunately, Sharna and I didn’t get our counts right because the music didn’t start right in the very beginning. That caused us to be delayed, as we came up to the stairs, so everything throughout the routine was pushed back and behind. Eventually, we caught up and everything seemed good. As I was supposed to turn around and bring the camera with me, I slipped!

I should have known better — my black shoes have rubbery grips placed on them. I didn’t do that on the gold shoes. Those shoes were fine when I did the Cha Cha (the gold shoes were the blue ones from week one), but because the jive is a more intense routine and your legs have to be lifted a lot more. So I slipped and got a little flustered for second. I felt like we ended it good, and we finished the right way. I felt we gave a great performance for being the opening act.

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22
Sep 15

After last night’s Dancing with the Stars Nick did some interviews to talk about his performance and about Tuesday’s performance. For now here are some interviews by E! Online and AfterBuzz TV. Any other interviews will be added here.

Watch the E! Online interview on their website.


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