Some of the 90’s pop stars will be calling for a benefit concert in Los Angeles this January in honor of MTV’s “Total Request Live” era, and host Nick Lachey is ready to “roll out the red carpet” for “TRL” icons, Britney Spears and Justin. Timberlake.
Johnny Wright, manager of the 98 Degrees member group, is working with Larry Rudolph, former manager of MTV, Live Nation and Spears, to raise funds for the upcoming fundraising event, which will benefit the hunger relief agency, Feeding America. Backstage Boys member AJ McLean and * NSYNC’s Lance Bus have already signed, while Lachey says more invitations have “gone to everyone”.
“I’ve reached out to many of our friends since that day and everyone is very helpful and ready to be a part of it and assemble for a good cause,” Lachey said. Diversity Backstage at the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Festival at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Friday. “Of course, we’ll ask Justin! When you talk about the biggest names of that era, you [think] Britney, Justin. We want to involve both of them or with them. ”
“I think Brittany has got something bigger in her life,” Lache added. “He’s just busy and dealing with his conservative situation, but if he wants to be a part of it, we’ll pull out the red carpet. He was the epitome of that era.
“He must retire first!” Bandmate Jeff Timmons, who recently hosted a “Free Britney Radio” pop-up station in support of Spears, during his conservatism hearing.
Lachi hopes the evening will give fans a chance to celebrate nostalgia and music while feeding will help America, a network of food banks that help the needy through shelters, food pantries and soup kitchens.
“Our country has to deal with food insecurity more than ever before, so we look forward to the opportunity to integrate it in January and be part of the night with many other activities of that era,” Lache said.
Lash, Timmons and bandmates Justin Jeffrey and Drew Lache gave fans a taste of the potential during their Thursday night concert in Las Vegas as part of a concert at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Beach Series casino. The show came as Ohio residents ended their day-to-day summer campaign with the release of their “Summer Off” remix EP.
“It doesn’t matter if they were rock, pop, rap – we were all connected by three letters: TRL. And, at the moment we want to hit some of our favorite ‘TRLs’, ”said Drew Lachie, introducing the“ TRL ”themed set, which includes Sugar Roy’s“ Fly ”, MC Hammer’s“ You Can’t Touch This ”and Timberlake’s“ Feelings Off ” Can’t. “
Group, who confirmed Diversity That they’re recording new music, backstage boys smash, “I Want It That Way”, “Spin Girls” during “Wanabe” and Blink 182’s “All the Small Things” came out.
Referring to the video for the 2000 track, Drew Lachie said, “Unless people make fun of you in their music videos, you don’t.”
The boys also covered Spears’ “That Baby One More Time.” After getting to know the singer for a few years, they are thrilled for her recent engagement with Sam Samagri.
“This guy has grown fat and thin with her during the hardest time of her life, so she’s probably his soul mate and we just wish her well,” Timmons said.
Whether the musicians have any marriage suggestions for the singer, Timmons and Nick Lache joked that they were heading to their second wedding, while Drew Lache – who is approaching his 21st wedding anniversary with wife Leah – had a pearl of simple intellect.
“The best advice for any married couple is not to listen to the advice of others,” she said. “Every relationship is different. Listen to your wife and know when to talk and when to be quiet.
“Time and attention – everyone’s best material,” Jeffrey added.
“From the man who is not married!” Timmons smiled.