Nick Lachey has some words of encouragement for bts— and for fans concerned about the band’s recent announcement of their future plans.
The singer who rose to fame with the boy band 98 degrees in the ’90s, weighed down the news, which the South Korean pop group’s rep confirmed on June 14: that its members were planning to “take time out to explore some solo projects at the time and stay active in different formats.”
“I think everyone has that creative itch that needs to be scratched,” Nick, 48, told E! Daily pop“And for some it works.”
June 15th BTS member Jungkook clarified on South Korean live-streaming app VLive that BTS will not disband or go on hiatus, but will remain active as a group even as individual members work on their own projects, the group’s representative said Rolling Stone.
Nick, who has also had some success as a solo artist, continued Daily pop“I’m still doing stuff at 98 and I’m proud to say that 25 years later we’re still doing stuff together and we’re still touring and I love it now more than ever. So I think there is room for both.”