Backstreet Boys Paid Tribute To Aaron Carter After His Dying

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There was some unhappy information this weekend: Aaron Carter, finest recognized for enjoyable singles like 2001’s “That’s How I Beat Shaq” and his 2000 gold-certified hit “Aaron’s Occasion (Come Get It),” died at 34 years outdated. This was robust for a lot of to swallow, however particularly for Backstreet Boys, of which Aaron’s brother Nick Carter is a member. On Sunday (November 6), the group placed on a live performance in London and emotionally paid tribute to Aaron.

On the O2 Enviornment, the group carried out 2019 single “No Place” and devoted it to Aaron as a photograph tribute performed on screens behind them. After the tune, Kevin Richardson famous the tune is “very particular to us as a result of that tune is about household.” He additionally stated, “We’ve been by highs and lows and ups and downs — we thanks for being with the Backstreet household for 29 years, for all of the love. Tonight we’ve received somewhat little bit of heavy hearts as a result of we misplaced one in all our relations yesterday. We simply wished to discover a second in our present to acknowledge him.”

As Richardson spoke, Nick was clearly emotional and seemingly holding again tears. Nick’s bandmates additionally every took a second to provide him a hug.

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