Backstreet's back - all right? The 90s boyband is headed to Las Vegas, according to Nick Carter and US Weekly. The singer talked about the breaking news at the premiere for his SyFy film Dead 7.
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However, there is a catch: the residency will just be a "trial run."
“We have a deal with Live Nation, which is the touring company, and we just signed a nine-show deal to do sort of like a test run in Vegas with the residency,” the band's heartthrob, 36, said of the boy band’s upcoming concert series. “So that’s definitely going to happen, but we’re going to do a trial run first.”
They don't have a venue - or at least one to announce - but they already have hopes.
“It would definitely have to be a very big and spectacular show,” Carter added. “Thankfully, we have a good catalog so we can perform all of our hits. That could take up a lot of the show.”
And it gets even better - all five of the original members, including Carter, Brian Littrell, Kevin Richardson, Howie Dorough and A.J. McLean — want to participate. are on board to participate.
Richardson, 44, expressed his excitement for the Backstreet Boys’ next chapter, "It seemed really convenient for the family! A Vegas residency, now that we're all fathers, could be very convenient for us … We won't have to travel so much,” he said, adding, "We're definitely in the studio recording a brand new album.”
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The 90s are back, and it looks like they are here - or at least in Vegas - to stay.