I have been away from my blog for a couple of days due to the overload of school!
But I am here to share all the latest Hollywood gossip with you all!
Today all the men of Hollywood are making news!
Get ready because Backstreet’s Back, Alright!
The Backstreet Boys are going to Vegas. The 90s band announced yesterday on their Facebook page they will be coming back together for an 18-night residency at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in Los Vegas.
The show, Backstreet Boys: Larger Than Life, will feature all of the members including Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, Brian Littrell, Aj McLean and Kevin Richardson. The show will start March 2017.
Tickets will go on sale for the general public on Oct. 1 at 10 a.m. PST.
But if you are a lucky American Express Card Member you can jump the line because those tickets go on sale on Monday at 10 a.m. PST and stay on sale until Sept. 30 at 10 p.m. PST.
“We’re going to call the show Larger Than Life, and we’re taking that theme and we’re going to run with it,” Richardson said. “What can you expect?” Littrell asks, “If you’ve ever been to a Backstreet Boys show… it’s going to be that on steroids.”
“We’re excited to bring our experience from being a touring act with all of our hits to Vegas, so that it becomes something that you’ll never forget,” Carter adds.
You can find more dates for the show here.
Nick Jonas is dishing about his new film “Goat” in the latest issue of Wonderland.
Chilling in his boxers for the mag’s photo shoot, Jonas opens up about his latest acting gig.
In “Goat,” Jonas plays a fraternity brother whose relationship with his actual brother is put to the test when the group’s annual hazing process… which is really borderline torture.
Jonas wanted to play the role because he felt hazing is such a relevant topic in our society right now.
“I think it’s a conversation that is important in this moment because there’s so many of these stories in recent years of young men pushing each other to a point where it’s all just so dangerous.” Jonas told Wonderland.
“And at the center of the film, as far as themes go, is masculinity: and what that looks like at 16, and the pressures forced onto these young men, and the stakes that become so high. So being able to tell that story in a way that feels very grounded and very real, and starting a conversation, was important.”
The youngest Jonas brother has always been a strong advocate for kindness, fairness, and equality, particularly in his role of support for the LGBT community.
“I’m totally aware of my intentions in any and all of my attempts to be an ally to the LGBT community: they are pure, and from my heart, and from my passion to be there for a community that’s been there for me from an early age,” Jonas says. “I’ve made so many great friends belonging to the LGBT community, and some of the most talented men and women in the community I’d like to pay my respects to.”
The interview is really compelling, I love when Jonas opens up because he is such an honest person.
Catch the rest of the interview in the fall issue of Wonderland.
In baby news, congratulations are in order for The Voice’s Adam Levine and his wife Behati Prinsloo gave birth to a baby girl!
The baby was born on Thursday and the couple named her Dusty Rose.
Adam Levine and Victoria Secret Model Behati Prinsloo married in 2014.
We’ll have to wait for the pictures to surface to see the face of a possible future pop princess!