Nick Carter remains to be grieving. The Backstreet Boy, 43, opened up in a brand new interview about how the dying of his brother Aaron Carter in November of 2022 has affected his well-known household. “It’s positively been robust for me and my household,” he advised ETOnline for an interview revealed on Friday, Aug. 25. “It’s nonetheless one thing that we’re nonetheless processing, to this present day. I don’t assume we are going to ever actually recover from it. It’s been lots for us, and we’re discovering methods to attempt to take a very tragic state of affairs in our household and do one thing with it.”
Aaron handed away at his house in Lancaster in Los Angeles County on Nov. 5, 2022. He was simply 34 years. “He was discovered unresponsive this morning by his [fiancée] Melanie Martin on the house in Lancaster, California,” his rep confirmed to HollywoodLife on the time. “Everyone seems to be so devastated proper now.” The reason for dying was later decided to be a drug associated unintended drowning.
However Nick, his household, and Aaron’s twin sister Angel Conrad have managed to maneuver ahead, albeit with disappointment. “I’ve been within the Backstreet Boys for the previous 30 years, and once I get onstage I’m this persona onstage, so to talk,” Nick advised the outlet of his newly launched single “Superman.” “It’s nearly like I’m placing on a dressing up. However once I’m house, I’m only a regular man. I’ve a household, three children and I’m simply Dad again at house. So, in a number of methods — I’m not saying in any respect that I’m Superman — it’s simply saying that Superman places on a cape and a dressing up and goes on and does what he does. However for me, I’m kinda like Clark Kent simply again at house. So, in some methods, that’s what it means to me. After which, additionally, lots of people can take ‘Superman’ the track and hearken to it and perhaps they’ll relate to it not directly.”