But 98 Degrees member Jeff Timmons tells People that the band didn’t do as much as you think. “We didn’t even do choreography with 98 Degrees,” he laughs. “Well, I mean, we called it ‘strategic staging.’ Basically pointing and swaying. The feet are not that involved in what we do. There was no dancing. We scoff at dancing!”
But their “strategic staging” hasn’t prevented two of the four band members from competing on Dancing with the Stars. Nick Lachey is a frontrunner on this season.
Et's Sophie Schillaci caught up with the band in Los Angeles last month, where they opened up about fatherhood and the advice they would give their kids if they ever wanted to pursue a career in Hollywood.
Exclusive: 98 Degrees Tease 'Magical' New Christmas Album 'Let It Snow'
Nick Lachey has already done the reality TV show route, but with three kids, he now says those days are behind him.
"It's one thing to do it when you're just a young person and you're in this business, but when you have a family, your sole job is to kind of look out for your kids," he explained. "I just feel like that's not the place for them to be, on a show that's in their lives and it's just not normal."
"There's nothing normal about that, so as a parent
The band, which consists of Nick Lachey, Drew Lachey, Justin Jeffre and Jeff Timmons, announced on Friday that they're officially reuniting for an all-new Christmas album titled Let It Snow. And while chatting with Et, the guys opened up about what it was like putting together the record, their first in four years.
Watch: 98 Degrees Say They're Glad They Weren't Famous During the Social Media Era
Let It Snow is 98 Degrees' second Christmas album. They released their first one, This Christmas, in October 1999.
"That's one of the things that we're most proud of that we've done," Drew explained to Et's Sophie Schillaci. "We loved it, the way it came out. We also feel strongly about these memories that you make when you listen to Christmas songs… we still talk about what we were influenced by, by Christmas now. So, to be a part of a family tradition and something
Just 20 years after famed boyband 98 Degrees released their self-titled debut album, band members Nick Lachey, Drew Lachey, Jeff Timmons and Justin Jeffre are celebrating by returning to the stage for a tour to support their upcoming second Christmas album, Let It Snow.
“We wanted to do a project, in part, because it’s the 20th anniversary. We thought, ‘What a great chance to come back 20 years later and do something else,'” says Nick tells People.
Yet, after selling 10 million records worldwide and achieving eight top 40 singles in the U.
"I would have told myself 20 years ago, 'Change your hairstyle,'" the singer, now 43, tells Et. "Don't go with the 'butt cut.'"
Saturday, July 29 marks the 20th anniversary of 98 Degrees' debut, self-titled album and the release of their first single, "Invisible Man." In honor of the milestone, Et asked the band about their memories from that day and the wisdom they've gained since.
"It seems like yesterday, really," Jeff Timmons, 44, says. "In that particular time, I think we were driving ourselves around in a Winnebago that was wrapped with our pictures on it and we were out there hustling and doing grass roots promotion ... But the excitement of the whole thing, this germinated from a dream that we had together and all of a sudden we're out there, the album's in stores and we're actually going into stores ourselves and buying our own records -- all that
While the thrill of physical adoration has undeniably helped the trio make a buck over the years, none of them could have imagined that years later they would help transform the male entertainment scene in the strip show-saturated city of Las Vegas. Tatum recently launched Magic Mike Live, capitalizing on the
In 2014, the 98 Degrees singer starred in the E! reality show Men of the Strip. The show followed the ups and downs of a male revue.
At the time, Timmons told People how Men of the Strip was different. “It’s more than a normal male revue,” he said. “We chose guys who can sing, who are funny and entertaining.”
Then, the guys got into a bus and went on a 42-city tour. Front and center was Timmons, who at 43 has the body of a man half his age.
The 98 Degrees heartthrob proudly watched as his 18-year-old daughter, Alyssa, made her modeling debut at New York Fashion Week recently.
Exclusive: 98 Degrees Gets Nostalgic With Reunion Tour
“It’s bittersweet because she’s my little girl -- I’ve gotten old very fast because I still remember her being born and bringing her back from the hospital like it was yesterday!” the 43-year-old singer and producer told Et following the Style Fashion Week show at Madison Square Garden. “But she’s also a grown-up, doing grown-up things, so I couldn’t be more proud of the way she carried herself on that stage and the response she’s had. She’s grown into a beautiful woman and I’m lucky to be her dad.”
Despite self-doubt about whether she had what it takes to be a model, Alyssa had been contemplating giving the catwalk a go after multiple people
Ok, so its April 1st and I’m writing a review of a boy band zombie Western mashup starring members of Backstreet Boys, *Nsync, 98 Degrees and O-Town. Which comes from The Asylum, best know these days as the mockbuster company behind Sharknado and its (three) sequels…. I know, I know, it sounds like I’m taking the mick, but I swear to god this is Not a joke – this is a real movie. Well as real as an other Asylum/Syfy team-up!
For those interested in the plot (because, to be fair, most people will just watch this to see old boybands fighting zombies - which would actually be a great
In addition to starring as one of the taciturn heroes, Carter receives producer and story credit on the movie, which was written by Sawyer Perry and directed (well, kind of) by Danny Roew. Said story actually amounts to an amalgamation of familiar tropes, as if someone chewed up synopses to “The Magnificent Seven” and “Beowulf” and then belched them out.
The basic conceit – other than the mere act of uniting members of Backstreet Boys,
So what brings together members of 'N Sync, Backstreet Boys, 98 Degrees and O-Town? A mysterious epidemic that ravages the world and leaves the undead in charge. We then meet Apocalypta, the ruler of this Mad Max-like hellscape who gives survivors a choice: "Become cattle for
Nsync, Backstreet Boys and Other Boy Band Members Unite Against Zombies in Syfy’s Dead 7
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