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Monday, April 4, 2016

Backstreet's Back, Alright — With New Album and Possible Vegas Residency

Posted By on Mon, Apr 4, 2016 at 11:43 AM

click to enlarge How big of a B.B. fan are you? Can you name all the boys in this pic?
  • How big of a B.B. fan are you? Can you name all the boys in this pic?

Backstreet Boy's blonde heartthrob Nick Carter has just announced news that has surely made more than a few girls around the world squeal, giggle, or cry with delight. The band, he said in a recent interview with ET at the premiere for his zombie western, Dead 7, might have a concert residency in Las Vegas. 

"It would definitely have to be a very big and spectacular show," he said. "Thankfully, we have a good catalog, so we can perform all of our hits. That could take up a lot of the show." 

Carter said the boy band has a deal with Live Nation, the touring company, and that they just signed a nine show deal as a "test run in Vegas." 

Both Carter and bandmate Kevin Richardson have also confirmed — again, to millions of fans' delight — that Backstreet Boys has a new album coming out. 

"We're definitely in the studio, recording a brand new album," Richardson said at the premiere. "We're gonna do a world tour first." 

Happy Monday!

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