Mar 17
Emilia Updates

Kaos Online is giving away 2 Nick Carter Just One Kiss t-shirts thanks to our friends at Wonderful Union.

Mar 17
Emilia News

San Diego’s Channel 933 announced their Summer Kickoff Concert for May 12. One of the artists performing at the event is Backstreet Boys!

Pre sale begins on March 29 at 10am PT
General on sale begins March 31 at 10am PT

For more details visit Channel933.iheart.com

Mar 17
Emilia News

The Boys 24th anniversary is coming up in April and to celebrate there is an exclusive t-shirt being sold to BackstreetBoys.com Fan Club members only. If you’d like to purchase the shirt you can by visiting the BackstreetBoys.com store.

The T-Shirt will not be shipped until April 6 as these are pre-orders. Not a FC member? Don’t worry there is now a $20 FC digital membership available.

Mar 17
Emilia News, Tour

Florida Georgia Line’s Stadium tour that also includes Backstreet Boys, Nelly and Chris Lane went on sale today. Shows in Boston and Chicago are SOLD OUT! There are still tickets available for the show in Minneapolis, MN. Florida Georgia Line made the announcement late Friday afternoon on their Twitter page. Check it out here.

Backstreet Boys VIP meet & greet for the shows in Boston and Chicago have also sold out. You can still purchase VIP meet & greet for Minneapolis at BackstreetBoys.com.

Mar 17
Emilia News

In a recent interview with CBS 8 Sharna Burgess spoke about how Nick is one of her former dance partners she still keeps in touch with. As well as choreographing numbers for the Backstreet Boys Larger Than Life Las Vegas show.

Which dance partners she still keeps in touch with:

“Nick [Carter], Noah [Galloway] and James [Hinchcliffe] honestly are all family to me,” Burgess said of the trio of her former partners. She keeps in touch with all three, still texting and catching up on FaceTime calls occasionally.

After finishing the tour, Burgess reteamed with Carter, going to work choreographing numbers for the Backstreet Boys’ residency in Las Vegas. According to Burgess, her former partner was the fastest in the group to pick up the new moves and the other members told her that they attribute his newfound confidence on the dance floor to her. Burgess explained, “[Nick] wanted to feel like he was a better dancer, because he always felt like he got pushed to the back because he wasn’t [a good dancer]. Now he’s right up there in the front.”

Source: CBS8.com

Mar 17
Emilia News

Nick has been announced as one of the celebrity guests appearing at the Alamo City Comic Con this May. The event will be held on May 26-28th and Nick will be in attendance on all three days.

For tickets to the Alamo City Comic Con visit AlamoCityComicCon.com.

Photo ops with Nick are $60 and can be purchased at WolfStudiosPhotography.com.

Mar 17

As his adorable son Odin prepares to mark his first birthday, Nick Carter is opening up about his first year of fatherhood and newfound purpose to stay healthy and right the wrongs of his own upbringing.

The 37-year-old Backstreet Boy sat down for an exclusive interview with ET in between the Backstreet Boys’ ‘Larger Than Life’ residency shows at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, where Carter is settling into family life with wife, Lauren, and Odin.

“We’ll walk through a casino with him and it’s an interesting experience. He loves all the lights!” says Carter. “I think it’ll be a cool time for him to look back on one day and remember that he was just a little 10-month-old baby when we started this. We’re going to take him out and do some more family stuff, but right now he’s so small. He’s really just playing with toys in his room.”

“And it’s so good for me to have him out here,” continued the singer and actor. “When I come home, he’s walking across the floor now. He’s doing this little waddle-type walk and giggling all the time! He’s just a bundle of joy and it melts my heart and gives me purpose and reason to keep on staying healthy, staying motivated and all of those things. He’s a really good, solid thing for me to have in my life.”

Having experienced a rocky upbringing fraught with domestic turmoil and parents who he says were frequently fighting, Carter adds that becoming a parent himself has made him more determined to right the wrongs of his own childhood. While he’s in touch with his siblings, including twins Aaron and Angel, Carter says relations with his parents are “still a little estranged.”

“It really is something that I deal with on a daily basis,” he shares. “I’m working on it internally and otherwise just really focusing on my family now and all the things that I can give and do better and get right with mine. Things that I didn’t necessarily have with my own.”

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Mar 17
Emilia Media

Florida Georgia Line shared a new promo video from their Smooth Stadium Tour Announcement with Backstreet Boys, Nelly and Chris Lane. They answer questions and more.

Mar 17

For a brief second—while suspended in a giant, illuminated, rotating box during the opening moments of the Backstreet Boys’ Las Vegas residency—Nick Carter felt like he had stepped straight back into 1999.

Inside Planet Hollywood’s packed AXIS Theater, 4,600 shrieking fans awaited smash hits like “I Want It That Way” and “Larger Than Life” during a production spectacle reminiscent of the group’s dazzling early tours. Outside the venue doors, everything from slot machines to billboards were adorned with images of the band.

“There was definitely a moment standing up in those boxes and turning around towards the audience that I had a flashback,” says Carter, during an exclusive interview with MarieClaire.com. “I think we’re close to what that was again…and maybe in some ways, better now.”

The Grammy-nominated group never actually went away (they’ve been consistently producing albums for almost 24 years), but the unavoidable and endless “Backstreet’s Back, Alright!” headlines have never been more relevant. As well as being the fastest-selling residency in Las Vegas history, the AXIS Theater had to open up balcony seats for the first time ever just to house the massive “Backstreet Army”—with fans flying in from Spain, Belgium, Japan, and New Zealand for the group’s 26-date run. Meanwhile, BSB is getting radio play thanks to their new collaborative single with Florida Georgia Line, making casual appearances on The Bachelor, and landing 6-page spreads in magazines they haven’t frequented so predominantly since their heyday.

But transitioning from chart-topping nineties heartthrobs to 2017’s hottest new act on the Strip isn’t just a random stroke of luck. Reignited interest in the group coincides with a changing tourist profile in Las Vegas and most significantly, society’s new obsession with nostalgia. “Maybe I’m just biased, but I feel like the late nineties and early 2000s was a really great time in everyone’s life,” reflects Carter. “It was a feel-good time and we really represented that. Britney, J.Lo, and *NSYNC were part of it too. Musically, it was unlike any other time in history.”

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Mar 17

If you have seen Backstreet Boys Larger Than Life show you probably saw the mega mix that is played prior to the show. That mega mix was done by none other than DJ Earworm. He’s most know for his annual united state of pop mixes. For those who have yet to see at the Vegas show or aren’t able to see the show DJ Earworm posted his Backstreet Boys mega mix on his Facebook page. Check it out! It’s pretty awesome!