Big Time Rush made an announcement on their social media pages, confirming all four original members–Kendall Schmidt, James Maslow, Logan Henderson, and Carlos Pena Jr.–would return on a smaller tour, playing shows in Chicago and New York. The group, consisting of members Kendall Schmidt, 31, James Maslow, 31, Logan Henderson, 32, and Carlos PenaVega, 32, dates back to 2009, when their Nickelodeon show, Big Time Rush, debuted, where they played characters from the teenage band. The boys, Kendall Schmidt Logan Henderson Carlos PenaVega James Maslow, got their start in 2009 with their kids show, which followed their fictional counterparts as they traded in their ordinary lives in Minnesota for an opportunity to pursue pop music in Los Angeles. By marketing a band on Nickelodeon TV for a real-life audience, the boys group blurred the lines between reality so the fictional personalities of Kendall Schmidt, Logan Henderson, James Maslow, and Carlos PenaVega became mixed up with their actual personalities.
The boy band formed in 2009, consisting of members Carlos PenaVega, James Maslow, Logan Henderson, and Kendall Schmidt, where they appeared in the Nickelodeon TV series Big Time Rush. Big Time Rush, announced Monday via its official Twitter account, will be performing at two upcoming shows. Growing up with members of the band, the kids of the 2000s were excited to see an announcement of the band getting back together for the two shows. Shortly after 2013s 24/7, the final episode of the series, The Big Time Rush, was released, and following a 2014 tour, the four took the group on hiatus to pursue solo projects.
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The band went on hiatus in 2014, when they were still riding the highs of popularity. The boyband brought Call It Like I See It, with its signature classic hits, on the road at selected iHeartRadio Jingle Ball shows in December last year, and at two headlining shows in New York City and Chicago. The success of The Monkees proved the made-for-TV music model worked, while Disney Channels Hannah Montana, aired the year before the boys group was announced, proved that model can still bring in revenue decades later.
I Won A Contest With Big Time Rush!
Four fans of BTR won the contest in the magazine Pop Tiger for the chance to hang out for the day with one of The Boys. According to them, because they have been sworn off dating, they had a chance to look for other things to do, such as James increasing his IQ twenty points, the boys increasing the amount of time spent playing hockey 79 percent, and the amount of showering 15 percent, after which Gustavo Roque gets down to brass tacks explaining that Big Time Rush has finally made the cover of Pop Tiger magazine, as part of its contest to win dates with Big Time Rush, to the boys annoyance.
Then Gustavo shows up wanting to be sure that the date went off okay, Kendall confesses to Kendall having mistakenly placed Bobby, and says if Pop Tiger finds out, BTR will be banned from Pop Tiger, making Gustavo faint. At the last party, Kathy is dancing with Bobby, Bruna has invited her youngest granddaughter, Muriela, to instead date Carlos, Jennette and Tiffany go with Carlos, while James takes time to hang with James at a buffet. James continually switches dates with Carlos (Jennette and Tiffany, the other two winners of the competition) because he consistently feels that the other girls are better.
Starting out as actors in a sitcom, Kendall Schmidt, James Maslow, Carlos Pena Vega, and Logan Henderson–the men behind Big Time Rush–admit it takes an investment to stick together for as long as they do. The news follows the wild 2021 for the group, in which all four of the bands original members, Kendall Schmidt, James Maslow, Logan Henderson and Carlos PenaVega, formally reunited to deliver their first new music in eight years, The Songs. Now, Big Time Rush has reconvened on their Forever tour, and they are heading to El Paso next month to play all their fan-favorite hits.
Their upcoming Forever Tour is the first official Big Time Rush tour after the reunion, and it will take Big Time Rush to Madison Square Garden for their first-ever headline performance in the famous building. This Big Time Rush sweepstakes (sweepstakes) is sponsored by Indy Now on WXIN Fox59 (station), 6910 Network Place, Indianapolis, IN 46278, and Live Nation, 9100 Keystone Crossing #700, Indianapolis, IN 46240 (collectively, Sponsor(s)). This sweepstakes is void where taxed, restricted, or prohibited, and is subject to all local, state, and federal laws. These individuals will not be awarded an alternative prize or have any right to redeem or use any prize(s) from the sweepstakes should they be selected and verified as the Winner(s)).