October 21, 2014 | by Cynthia Correa
Why is the ex-Backstreet Boy reintroducing himself via reality TV?
As the Nick and Knight tour gets ready to hit Fort Lauderdale on October 22, we talked with singer Nick Carter about what inspired his collaboration with Jordan Knight, his love of house music, and the future of the Backstreet Boys.
Tell us about your new reality show, I Heart Nick Carter, on VH1.
NICK CARTER: Well, it came about because [my wife], Lauren, and myself were talking and saying, “You know, maybe it would be cool to do a reality show.” I feel like we have a really interesting life—it’s unique. I’m always on the road and it’s really difficult to be in a relationship. I had a bad experience last time I did reality [TV and] I might have lost a lot of fans. The person I am now, I am happy. I’ve overcome a lot of adversity. This time around, there’s a definite change and I’ve grown and I feel like it’s a great opportunity for me to reintroduce myself to people. >>Read More
October 20, 2014 | by Lane Nieset
The members of Foster the People were spotted partying just days before their performance at The Fillmore on October 16. Find out which late-night spot they hit, plus more sightings in this week's celebrity news.
Foster the People's Jacob Fink, Mark Pontius, and Mark Foster at Austin City Limits earlier this month.
Foster the People & Cedric Gervais Party at WALL
Mark Foster, Jacob Fink, and Mark Pontius hung out at WALL on Tuesday, October 14 during the Favela Beach bash. They cheered when the DJ played their hit, "Pumped Up Kicks," while everyone at the club sang along.
The band also partied with DJ Cedric Gervais, who was celebrating a friend's birthday at an adjoining table.
Michael Jordan Dines at Meat Market
The NBA champ was in Palm Beach on Friday, October 10 to check out Meat Market with his wife and eight friends. The group ordered salads, wood-grilled steaks, and Chef Sean Brasel's famous Gouda tater tots and ended dinner with a platter of Meat Market's entire dessert menu. >>Read More
October 14, 2014 | by Chelsea Olson
III Points headliner Duke Dumont sat down with us before his set to talk about what's changed since his rise to fame.
Grammy-nominated British DJ and producer Duke Dumont has had a breakthrough year with "I Got U" featuring vocals by Jax Jones. But just because his hit single has gone mainstream, the 32-year-old chart-topper assures us that he isn't in it for the fame or the money; he's playing it cool, even at 1 a.m. on Saturday morning before his set at Wynwood’s III Points festival when we chatted with him about embracing his success, performing in Miami, and his favorite cereal. >>Read More
Cover shoot: Behind the scenes with Pitbull for the October 2014 issue of Ocean Drive magazine.