|Birth Date||28 January 1980|
|Hometown||Jamestown, New York|
|Known For||Singer in the Backstreet Boys|
|Highest Score|| 30 (Contemporary, Salsa, Jive,|
Freestyle & Salsa/Tango Fusion)
|Lowest Score||21 (Jive)|
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Singer, songwriter, actor, and philanthropist Nick Carter sparked his career at the tender age of twelve as the youngest member of the iconic boy band Backstreet Boys. Since taking the world by storm in 1995, the band has sold over 130 million records worldwide and has earned five Grammy nominations, countless awards, and an honorary star on the iconic Hollywood Walk of Fame. As a standout member of the Backstreet Boys, Carter was named one of People Magazine's "50 Most Beautiful People in the World."
In 2002, Nick released his debut solo album, Now or Never, and released his second solo album, I'm Taking Off, in 2012. Carter recorded and released a collaborative album with Jordan Knight from News Kids on the Block called Nick & Knight in 2014.
As an actor, Carter starred in his first horror film, The Hollow, along with a number of other film roles, sharing the screen with the likes of Tom Arnold, and has made cameos on television series like the CW Network's reprised 90210. In 2014, Nick and longtime girlfriend Lauren Kitt made their TV debut as a couple in the VH1 reality series, I Heart Nick Carter.
At the 2015 San Diego Comic Con, Carter announced that he was partnering with the production company The Asylum to co-write, direct and star in a zombie Western movie titled Dead 7. The made-for-TV film also starred famous boyband members from O-Town, 98 Degrees, and some of Carter's bandmates from the Backstreet Boys.
Dancing with the Stars 21
|Week #||Dance/Song||Judges' scores||Result|
|1||Cha-Cha-Cha / "I Don't Like It, I Love It"||8||8||8||No elimination|
|2||Jive / "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy"|
Foxtrot / "Coming Home"
|3||Viennese Waltz / "Did I Make the Most of Loving You?"||9||91/9||9||Safe|
|4||Jazz / "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)"||9||9||9||Safe|
|52||Paso Doble / "Don't Look Down"||9||9/83||9||No elimination|
|6||Samba / "You Should Be Dancing"||9||10/104||10||Safe|
|7|| Argentine Tango / "Bring Me to Life" |
Team Freestyle / "This Is Halloween"
|8||Contemporary / "Can't Help Falling in Love"||10||10||10||Safe|
|9||Quickstep / "A Cool Cat in Town" |
Team Rumba / "Hey Jude"
|Tango / "Scars"|
Samba Dance-off / "Lean On"
Trio Salsa / "No Doubt About It"
|Jive / "Runaway Baby" |
Freestyle / "Larger than Life"
Salsa/Tango (Fusion) / "Turn Up the Music"
1 Score given by guest judge Alfonso Ribeiro.
2This week only, for "Partner Switch-Up" week, Carter performed with Witney Carson instead of Burgess. Burgess performed with Andy Grammer.
3Score given by guest judge Maksim Chmerkovskiy.
- His younger brother Aaron Carter, made it to the quarterfinals of season 9, finishing in fifth place.
- Nick and his wife Lauren, announced during the live show in week 8, that they were expecting their first child, a boy.
- Their son, Odin Reign, was born 19 April 2016.
- The couple suffered a miscarriage in 2018. The child would have been a girl.
- On 24 May 2019, Nick announced that Lauren is pregnant with their second child.
- Their daughter, Saoirse Reign, was born on 2 October 2019.