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Launching an impassioned campaign to bring back boybands, Corden temporarily became the sixth Backstreet Boy when they performed on 'The Late Late Show' this week.
“I care about this more than maybe anything else on the planet: we are bringing back boy bands,” Corden told the audience on Tuesday night’s edition of his CBS show (September 27th), before bringing out the Backstreet Boys to perform their signature 1997 hit ‘Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)’. Joining their line-up as a sixth member, Corden moved along surprisingly well with the choreography, as you can see in the video below!
James Corden temporarily became the sixth Backstreet Boy
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Tell us this isn't an April Fool...
If a horde of zombies attacked your town, who would you have thought would be most likely to come to your rescue? The Backstreet Boys probably don't make it on to your list, but this Spring such unlikely heroes will be saving the world from the undead in 'Dead 7'.
Nick Carter plays a zombie-killing gunslinger in 'Dead 7'
From the network that brought us 'Sharknado' and 'Star Runners', Syfy will be launching 'Dead 7' this April featuring a number of familiar faces from a variety of 90s boybands including Backstreet Boys, *Nsync, 98 Degrees and O-Town. It's a zombie Western original movie starring Backstreet Boys' Nick Carter as well as his wife Lauren Kitt-Carter, which sees an unlikely hero named Jack band together the with the local outlaws to rid their small town of a deadly plague of brain-eating, re-animated corpses.
Carter, who finished second in 'Dancing With the Stars' last month, was reportedly detained after a fight in a Key West saloon on Wednesday.
The 35 year old singer and dancer, who recently finished runner-up in the 21st season of ‘Dancing With The Stars’, was detained by police following a reported scuffle at the Hog’s Breath Saloon in Key West, Florida, according to the initial report by TMZ.
Nick Carter with wife Lauren Kitt in December 2015
McBusted rocked out BST Hyde Park on Sunday with special guests Backstreet Boys and The Vamps.
Hyde Park's annual Barclaycard British Summer Time concert embarked on its first string of 2014 shows last week (3 - 6 July 2014) with a flurry of much-loved pop, rock and indie acts hitting London for the event.
Sunday was definitely one of the most anticipated days for BST Hyde Park with headliners McBusted rocking out the stage following their first nationwide tour as a supergroup.
The band, who are all the members of McFly and two of the members from defunct rock band Busted (Matt Willis and James Bourne), united last year and made their overseas live debut supporting One Direction on their 'Where We Are Tour' last month.
Oh dear. How much does 25 bring the average age for bankruptcy down?
It’s pretty tragic, but that’s life. Aaron Carter – younger brother of Nick Carter – has filed for bankruptcy at the tender age of 25. Now 25 isn’t really that tender, but when it comes to filing for bankruptcy, you usually expect it from someone 40+.
Then again, Carter started singing when he was about 2. He has assets worth just $8,232.16 – including computer and music equipment and $60 in cash – but owes creditors more than $2 million in liabilities. It’s the $60 in cash that we find the most depressing.
But not as depressing his poor dog, the one he valued at $0. Or did he do that so they wouldn’t take the little fella away from him? Is that how it works? We really, really hope so. At least then Aaron and King can hang out together in the park. That’s free.
Continue reading: Aaron Carter's Bankruptcy: A Couple Of Computers And A Worthless Dog.
'I Want Candy' singer Aaron Carter has filed for bankruptcy after amassing over $2 million in debt.
American singer Aaron Carter has filed for bankruptcy. Papers revealed by a US entertainment website detail how the 25-year-old singer owes more than $2 million. In addition to the money he owes his creditors he is also indebted to the IRS for over $1 million.
The papers list his assets, income and outgoings. The list is a sad breakdown of the 'I Want Candy' singer's financial life. His assets include, as TMZ reports, a 61" flat screen worth $500; two MacBooks; two Headset Mics; a Mini Keyboard; Portable Beats; a speaker; a guitar; $60 in cash; Louis Vuitton backpack; a duffle bag and a printer. This list amounts to around $2,500. Additionally he also lists a Brietling watch worth $3,750. Altogether, his assets total $8232; a paltry sum in comparison to his debt of millions.
Carter is currently living with a family member and his dog (which he lists as being worth $0) and states his expenses amount to $2005 each month. Carter, in this respect, is almost breaking even as he is earning around $1998.
Continue reading: Aaron Carter Files For Bankruptcy After Amassing $2 Million In Debt
Nick Carter, AJ McLean, Howie Dorough, Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson from American boyband the Backstreet Boys are snapped together on the red carpet at Glamorama. AJ shows off a set of well-manicured nails complete with nail art.
How has the boy band's latest work gone down?
I can think of around 47 things I’d rather do than listen to the new Backstreet Boys album; they’re not weird nasty things, like consuming faeces or getting punched in the eye, but pleasant things, like cooking a meal for three close friends or spending a little bit more money on socks than I usually do.
Backstreet Boys performing in London for Pride
Backstreet Boys aren’t a bad band, they’re just not to my taste – so to speak – but according to the critics, maybe I should turn around, put my preconceptions away in a little box (little box suggests I have little to no preconceptions, which is good) and give ‘In a World Like This’ a right good listen.
Seth Rogen reveals in an interview with 'The Vulture', that the end of 'This is The End' was changed to accommodate a "childhood dream".
Seth Rogen's comedy This Is The End did not use its intended ending. The script was changed in order to accommodate a cameo from 90's pop stars Backstreet Boys leading a sing-along dance to 'Everybody', their 1997 single.
Director and co-writer Evan Goldberg said the idea had come from an off-the-cuff suggestion from his wife on how to make the ending more interesting. Seth Rogen, who stars in the comedy, was determined to make the idea a reality.
The Backstreet Boys cameo was not exactly what the writers had planned as the original ending was meant to feature Morgan Freeman, reviving his role as God as in Bruce Almighty. Unfortunately the actor had no interest in participating in the project. Rogen was then adamant the Backstreet Boys should play a part especially, as he said in an interview with The Vulture, he is "the appropriate age" to remember when "Backstreet Boys were kings".
The Backstreet Boys are not the only celebrities to feature in this 'apocalyptic' comedy. In fact the whole film is one cameo appearance after the other. None of the actors are playing characters, merely portraying the public's perception of them.
Continue reading: Seth Rogen Reveals: 'This Is The End' Does Not Use Original Ending
The blueprint boyband are back for more
The Backstreet Boys have been in the musical business for 20 years now and, despite a lengthy hiatus and genuine doubt over their future, they’re as busy as ever. The next chapter in the Backstreet Boys story is an American tour, which is sure to sell out. Check out all of the dates below.
"Backstreet Boys are going on tour this summer," Nick Carter said, via Ryan Seacrest's website. "That's right, baby! All five of us are back together. It's our 20th anniversary tour. We've got a brand-new album coming out."
Backstreet Boys are back, alright!
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The Backstreet Boys previewed new material ahead of their Wall of Fame presentation.
The Backstreet Boys - one of the biggest selling boy-bands in music history - have been inducted into the glittering Hollywood Walk of Fame, receiving their star on Monday afternoon (April 22, 2013). The prestigious honor comes in the same week that the group, made up of Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson, Brian Littrell, A.J McLean, celebrate their 20th year together as a band.
"It's amazing," Richardson told EW before the band previewed material from their new record for fans in Hollywood on Saturday, "To be able to do this for so long, it's quite an accomplishment." Littrell, 38, says the band's journey from Orlando-start-up to Walk of Famers doesn't seem as long as it should, "Sometimes life gets too fast, especially with Millennium and Black and Blue and stuff that happened many years ago. It just moves too fast," he said.
The Backstreet Boys Celebrating With Their Walk Of Fame Plaques
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The Backstreet Boys celebrated their twentieth anniversary together in style yesterday (April 22), as they were awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Its been 20 years since A. J. McLean, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson, and Brian Littrell got together in an Orlando, Florida studio for the first time, and since then the Backstreet Boys have gone all the way to the top, called it quits, then got back together and continued where they left off. Yesterday, their achievements in the music industry were recognised by the board of the Hollywood Walk of Fame, who presented the boyband with their very own star on the coveted stretch of pavement.
The Backstreet Boys pose with the latest addition to the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Their star was placed next to fellow all-boy group, Boyz II Men, and each of the band members were overwhelmed with emotion during the unveiling of their star. "Backstreet is Back ... and we aren't going anywhere," Nick Carter told the crowd, whilst Kevin Richardson gave a much more emotional response to the band's honour, holding back the tears as he said, "What an honor it is. What a beautiful day. What another beautiful way to celebrate 20 years together."
A lawsuit against the boybands The Backstreet Boys and New Kids On The Block has been dismissed, after the two groups were blamed by a stagehand, who fractured his skull after falling before one of their concerts.
According to TMZ, the stagehand, named William Wesley Styron, tried to sue both boybands for $5 million for alleged injuries he says he sustained when he fell through a hole in the stage prior to a 2011 concert. Styron claims to have fractured his skull and suffered brain trauma as a result of the fall, and holds NKOTBSB and other parties responsible for the alleged damage he sustained.
The lawsuit was brought forward in July this year, after which NKOTBSB vehemently denied the allegations, claiming it wasn't their fault Styron failed to see the gaping hole in front of him. Now, with the matter out of the courts, it seems that they weren't the only ones who thought this, as the presiding judge agreed, ruling that responsibility for the fall actually lies with the production company who hired him and not the two bands.
Continue reading: Lawsuit Against The Backstreet Boys And New Kids On The Block Dismissed
Backstreet Boys, A, L-R, Brian Littrell, Kevin Richardson, Nick Carter, J. McLean and Howie Dorough - Backstreet Boys (L-R) Brian Littrell, Kevin Richardson, Nick Carter, A.J. McLean, and Howie Dorough Sunday 11th November 2012 10th Annual Hollywood Christmas Celebration at The Grove
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