A. J. McLean , Rochelle Deanna Karidis - Premiere of 'Fifty Shades of Black' at Regal Cinemas L.A. LIVE Stadium 14 - Arrivals at Regal Cinemas L.A. Live - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 26th January 2016
Backstreet Boys star A.J. McLean says Nick Carter's wedding to Lauren Kitt was ''bittersweet'' on Saturday (12.04.14) but is very happy for him.
A.J. McLean says Nick Carter's wedding was ''bittersweet.''
The Backstreet Boys star, 34, married fitness expert Lauren Kitt in an ''emotional'' ceremony in Santa Barbara, California on Saturday (12.04.14), and his bandmate admits it was tough watching the youngest member of the group, who went to rehab in 2005 for alcohol addiction and previously admitted he has a ''toxic'' relationship with his family, walk down the aisle.
The 'I Want It That Way' hitmaker, 36, told PEOPLE.com: ''It was bittersweet. We're so, so proud of him. He's been through hell and back as we all have, once in our life here or there.
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The Backstreet Boys told fans at the O2 Arena in London on Friday night (04.04.14) that they never expected to completely fill the huge venue, and were delighted to be ''back on stage'' with the full line-up.
Backstreet Boys never thought they would sell out the O2 Arena in the London.
The superstar boyband put on an energetic show at the huge venue on Friday (04.04.14) as part if their worldwide 'In a World Like This' tour.
Addressing the fans, Kevin Richardson said: ''Two years ago [A. J. McLean] mentioned he would rejoin the band and two years later I can't believe we have ... sold out the O2.
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Backstreet Boys' Howie Dorough says One Direction remind them of the ''mania'' in their heyday but warns the boys to ''pace'' themselves before they ''burn out''.
Backstreet Boys' Howie Dorough says One Direction remind them of the ''mania'' in their heyday.
The boy band - who were catapulted to the spotlight in the 90s - warn Harry Styles, Zayn Malik, Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan and Liam Payne not to ''burn out'' and ''pace'' themselves since it's easy to get ''lost'' in the excess of the music industry.
Howie told the Daily Star newspaper: ''One Direction remind me so much of us back in the day, all that mania.
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Backstreet Boys singer Howie Dorough has warned One Direction not to party too hard, so they can have a long career without burning out.
The Backstreet Boys singer says the 'Live While We're Young' boy band - Niall Horan, Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne and Zayn Malik, who are all under 21 - should enjoy their fame, but told them not to party too hard and burn out.
He told In Touch magazine: ''Pace yourself. Have fun but put your health first. Definitely enjoy the perks that come with being a pop star, but make sure you prioritise your party nights and work. Without the hard work, there are no girls and without the girls there is no party. Make sure you record music that you will be proud of 20 years from now.''
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Backstreet Boys star Howie Dorough has announced he and wife Leigh are expecting a second baby son together.
The singer - already a father to three-year-old son James Hoke - has announced he and his wife Leigh will welcome a second boy into the world early next year.
Howie - who celebrated his 39th birthday yesterday (23.08.12) - tweeted on Monday (21.08.12): ''Thanks to family, friends & fans for all the amazing birthday wishes. This year I'm receiving the best gift from my wife: another baby boy!
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Backstreet Boys fans have something to celebrate, following their appearance on Good Morning America today (July 17, 2012). The boy band, who were originally huge stars in the mid 1990s, reunited recently and have now confirmed that they are working on new material. This suggests that, with Kevin Richardson having also re-joined the band, they could be intending to stick around for a while.
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Backstreet Boys star AJ McLean is expecting a baby girl with his wife of eight months, Rochelle Karidis.
The boy band member announced via his twitter page on Tuesday (03.07.12) that his spouse of eight months, Rochelle Karidis, will be having a daughter.
He wrote: ''Baby announcement coming soon!''
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Kevin Richardson is planning to return to the Backstreet Boys, having left the group in 2006.
Kevin Richardson is rejoining the Backstreet Boys.
The 40-year-old singer departed the group in 2006, but is now planning to get back with his bandmates Howie Dorough, Aj Mclean, Nick Carter and Brian Littrell to record new music in London this summer.
Nick announced the plans on-stage over the weekend saying: ''We're coming back to London in July for three weeks to record our new album.
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NKOTBSB would love to do another world tour but need to take a break after they finish up the current one.
NKOTBSB want to do another world tour.
Although the supergroup - comprised of pop heavyweights New Kids On The Block and the Backstreet Boys - are only on the UK leg of their series of concerts with dates still to come across Europe, Asia and Australia, they are enjoying themselves so much they would love to tour together again, after a well deserved break.
NKOTB's Donnie Wahlberg exclusively told BANG Showbiz: ''After we finish up the European leg of the tour we head off to Asia and Australia and then we're going to take a much needed break. Backstreet Boys are going back into the studio after July 4 to make a new BSB record. This is a tour that we are all enjoying so much so if at any point down the road an opportunity arises for us to do this again then NKOTBSB will rise to the occasion again. We've all had fun doing this so who knows. This whole concept, it just works so we're there!''
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The Backstreet Boys have gone back in time for their latest music video to portray a fictional 1985 rock band called SPHYNKTER.
Embracing much of the faded fashions of the vintage decade, KEVIN RICHARDSON, Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, Aj Mclean and Brian Littrell are seen donning mullets, thick moustaches and headbands as they play both the rockers and their fans in the clip accompanying their new single, JUST WANT YOU TO KNOW.
Richardson, who came up with the treatment for the video, tells MTV News, "This is an homage to the rock bands of the '80s and the culture that surrounded it.
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