Nick Lachey gave the BTS some words of encouragement. Additionally, comfort and motivate the Army to be concerned about the BTS’s announcement of the break and their plans.
On Daily Pop, Nick, who has also enjoyed some success as a solo artist, stated, “I still perform with 98, and I’m glad to announce that we are still touring and performing together after 25 years. I now like it even more than I did in the past. So, in my opinion, both are appropriate.”
To promote his collaboration with McCormick Grill Mates, 48-year-old Nick said onlyly !’s Pop, “I think everyone’s got that creative itch that you have to scratch, and for some, it works out.”
BTS member Jungkook emphasized on June 15 on the South Korean live streaming platform VLive that the group will not break up or take a break but instead continue to be active even as individual members work on their projects, according to a representative for the group who spoke to ‘Rolling Stone.
On their website, 98 Degrees declared that they will be taking an “extended vacation” in 2002. Before releasing 2.0, their first studio album in 13 years, in 2013, they shared the stage a few times throughout the next years, most notably on NBC’s Today show in 2012.
When Jeff Timmons, Nick’s bandmate, released a solo album in 2004, he told People, “We took a sabbatical, but we never broke up. We had always intended to reunite at some point. Nick continues to collaborate with his bandmates, with whom he still performs, records music, and occasionally appears.
On Daily Pop, Nick remarked, “You may have that individual creative itch that you scratch, but it doesn’t have to come at the expense of the group.” You may consume both.