Here is a brief interview with Jordan from the Toronto Sun about the group's future
The group unsure of what the future holds
By JASON MACNEIL
Although New Kids On The Block have most of 2008 and the early portion of 2009 already mapped out, Jordan Knight isn't sure what will happen after touring behind The Block concludes.
"We could do another album in a year and a half or a year, who knows?" he says. "It's going to be a decision that us five make together alone.
"And I don't know, to even talk about it before even us five have talked about it, I wouldn't want to do that."
Knight also says while there have been reports of a war of words between the band and NSYNC, he isn't involved any verbal attacks.
"Not me personally, no," he says.
"They don't cross my mind too often. Not in a bad way, you know what I mean."
Yet for all of the venom and vitriol spewed at the band from some music fans and critics alike, none of the New Kids On The Block have been injured on stage like Oasis guitarist Noel Gallagher was earlier this month at Toronto's Virgin Festival.
"Fans have gotten on stage and gotten to us but they were trying to get a kiss or a hug," he says.
"It wasn't to the point that we were physically hurt."