Forget politics, Malia Obama is gearing up for a future in the entertainment industry following her stint as one of the First Kids. Get it, girl!
It's believed Miz Obama will begin working at
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Backstreet's… optimistic about our nation's future, ALRIGHT!
And now that he's about to become president, some of the industry's more outspoken stars are hopping on board the politician's
insanity band wagon!
Namely Brian Littrell of the Backstreet Boys, who said Trump haters needed to take a chill pill and give the racist Republican a chance in office.
On Wednesday, he told TMZ:
…and then there were 17.
Unfortunately for Nick Viall, that meant telling the remaining women that he had already had sex with one of their competitors. Uh-oh.
Luckily for him, on the other hand, resident villain Corinne Olympios couldn't have cared less about his former fling… or any of the other girls, for that matter. Instead, she opted in for a sweet treat by dressing up in lingerie and having Nick lick whipped cream off
Talk about exciting!
"I'm going to be in Vegas! I have a residency in Vegas!"
Interestingly enough, no further deets about the 44-year-old's Vegas stay have been released, but tickets go on sale Monday so we're SURE the dates are coming any time now!
Though we don't EXACTLY know when Martin will perform at the Monte Carlo, the venue opens next month when Stevie Nicks takes the stage on December 17! Then, Bruno Mars will be performing at the theater December 30 and 31, and will return again in March 2017. Cher is also set to perform in March and then again in May 2017 — so Martin has gotta squeeze in there somewhere, right?
Ch-ch-check out Ricky's big announcement (below) and keep your eyes peeled for his Las Vegas dates!
During his Wednesday rally in Florida, the controversial candidate began playing the boy band's classic hit I Want It That Way, and some reporters are even saying the signature song played MULTIPLE times!
Well, Nick Carter, Brian Littrell, Kevin Richardson, Howie Dorough, and A.J. McLean definitely did not want it that way!
A rep for the guy group told the Daily Beast that the musicians do not want the GOP nominee to play their songs, saying:
James Corden has revolutionized late night for the digital age with hit music segments like Carpool Karaoke.
Now, The Late Late Show host is taking on an even bigger musical mission — finally bringing back boy bands!
On Tuesday's show, Corden expressed his longing for the days of "proper" boy bands, where five dudes would wear the same outfit and bust out some synchronized dance moves while harmonizing to pop perfection.
Of course, Corden couldn't help but jump at the opportunity to become a temporary BSB, joining the band as they belted out Everybody (Backstreet's Back) — and you better believe he went ALL OUT!
Ch-ch-check out the clip (below) to see Corden become the newest Backstreet Boy!
For the past year, the Backstreet Boys have been playing games with fans' hearts by teasing the possibility of a residency in Las Vegas.
On Friday, the boys announced they are headlining an exclusive residency show at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino appropriately titled Backstreet Boys: Larger Than Life!
Kicking off March 1, 2017, the show features all five members — Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, Brian Littrell, AJ McLean, and Kevin Richardson — performing their hits from the days of yore!
And fans better get excited, because the fellas are promising one unforgettable performance. Brian said in a press release:
In fact, the boy bander also pulled out the ULTIMATE dad joke as he tied in Labor Day to his happy baby update (below). LOLz!