Nick Carter of The Backstreet Boys was comforted by his bandmates on stage in London on Sunday as the group performed at a sold-out concert. The emotional moment stunned the crowd just a day after his brother, aaron carterpassed away in California.
The Backstreet Boys paid tribute to Aaron during their Sunday night show at London’s O2 Arena. In videos shared on social media by fans who attended the concert, the group’s Kevin Richardson dedicates his 2019 single, “No Place,” to Aaron, telling the crowd that the song was “very special to us because it’s about the family.” ”
Nick got visibly emotional before his band member AJ hugged him. Other band members then joined in to hug him. In support, fans shouted, “We love you, Nick!”
“Yesterday we lost one of our family members. Nick’s little brother Aaron Carter passed away yesterday,” Kevin told the crowd.
— Lucy Jones (@thisislucy) November 6, 2022
Nick Carter, 42, shared a written tribute to Aaron on Instagram on Sunday after the child star was found dead at his California residence, allegedly in a bathtub.
Aaron was 34 years old.
“My heart is broken. Although my brother and I have had a complicated relationship, my love for him has never faded,” Nick wrote.
The older brother seemed to touch on Aaron’s struggles with mental health that he claims to have struggled with while he was alive, adding;
“Now you can finally have the peace that you could never find here on earth… God, please take care of my little brother.”
Fans of Backstreet Boy’s London show shared clips all over social media showing the five band members consoling each other as they share their memories of Aaron.
I honestly don’t know how @nickcarter happened tonight. The love for him tonight was unreal! London showed love! The emotion in @theo2 was real, the tribute to #aaroncarter it was so moving. What a night @alley boys 💙💙#RIPAaronCarter #Alley Boys #London pic.twitter.com/irS8nE8ekd
— LA™ (@MrLeeAntony) November 6, 2022
Aaron made his mark in the music industry as a pop singer. He released his second album “Aaron’s Party (Come Get It)” in 2000, which has been certified triple platinum. He also toured with The Backstreet Boys, opening for the band in the early days of his music career.
|Hire Us For website setup, design, tech support or any type of online work.||Send Email|
|Follow Us On Google News||Google News|
|Follow Us On Facebook|
|Follow Us On Pinterest|
|Follow Us On Tumblr||Tumblr|
|Follow Us On Telegram||Telegram|
|Follow Us On Linkedin|
|Download Free Games||Download Free Games|