Backstreet Boys were interviewed for Perez Hilton to discuss about their documentary.
On April 3rd VH1 will be airing the Backstreet Boys documentary “Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of”. Backstreet Boys will be answering questions during the premiere.
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Backstreet Boys attend the premiere of their documentary “Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of” in Los Angeles, CA on January 29, 2015.
Backstreet Boys did a press conference yesterday for “Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of” docuemtary. The video is the entire press conference.
Nick Carter Is No Longer a Backstreet Boy, But a Backstreet Man
Being a 15-year-old boy presents an array of problems: you’re learning how to appropriately talk to other human beings, you’re probably working your job which introduces the concept of “saving” “money,” hair grows in generally weird places, and your voice cracks at the most unfortunate of times. And if you were Nick Carter in the late ‘90s, you had the pleasure of dealing with all that growing up and puberty stuff—while living in the very, very public eye as a Backstreet Boy. Seriously. Remember that time you got that zit and you didn’t want to go to school because holy shit what will everyone say? Nick Carter did that in front of millions upon millions of people, every day.
This weekend, a documentary called Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of hits theaters. The film traces the craze surrounding the hype of the Backstreet Boys during their prime time and what the boys were put through, while showing what it was like for them to record of their newest record. If you’re interested at all in the way pop culture functions, the movie is definitely worth your time.
Remembering that time period, it’s a bit strange to think about these types of cultural movements—swaths of teenagers doing everything that can to simply breathe the same air as someone they love. It obviously has always existed, from Beatlemania to Beliebers, but it’s rare to get someone who experienced that time from the inside to reflect on that time period after it’s passed—especially if that someone is Nick Carter who kind of publicly went off the deep-end (struggling with substance, women, and more) after the height of fame passed. Now, Carter is married and seems pretty happy—at least he’s chipper over the phone. Rehab was successful, and with both of his lives—personal and with the Backstreet Boys—he feels like he’s once again hit his strive. He’s self-aware. He knows what he is. His viewpoint is very mature. “We’re not cool anymore,” he says in reference to the Backstreet Boys. “But not being cool, is actually cool in a strange way.”
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