Backstreet Boys have canceled their Las Vegas Christmas residency and also postponed their holiday album due to Covid-19 restrictions.

The boy band, which consists of Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, Brian Littrell, AJ McLean and Kevin Richardson, announced the news on social media.

“We are so excited and proud of what we have and the way it’s all coming together,” the group said, referring to their upcoming album.
“We feel that this is one of our best creations yet and that this creation deserves the best possible scenario and set up for success.”

“With the current state of the world still limiting our travel and causing small things in these processes to take much longer, we have decided to wait until 2022 to release our Christmas album and subsequently will be canceling our limited Las Vegas run of Christmas shows,” the band added.

“While we are disappointed, we know this is for the best and we absolutely cannot wait to share the magic of this album with all of you when the time is right!” the statement concluded.

In July, Backstreet Boys had announced that they will perform for 12 nights at Planet Hollywood’s Zappos Theater in Las Vegas with a holiday-themed “A Very Backstreet Christmas Party” residency.

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