Monday, September 30, 2013

Donnie Wahlberg in Las Vegas

Donnie Wahlberg and Boyz II Men were in Las Vegas to celebrate Jenny McCarthy's appointment as co-host on 'The View'. The event took place at 1 OAK Nightclub at The Mirage Hotel & Casino on September 28, 2013. posted an article about Donnie's weekend in Vegas as well.

Donnie Wahlberg has the right stuff for Jenny McCarthy. 

"If every relationship leads you to the next person and it leads you to what you want and what you don't want, I feel like I deserve great and he's great," The View cohost said Saturday while hosting a party at 1 OAK in Las Vegas.

The couple, who has been dating since early July, are still in the honeymoon phase.

"It's new," she said. "I took a year off [from dating] but I said if I meet someone who makes me stop that year off, it's someone who I need to pay attention to."

On Saturday, after McCarthy, 40, and Wahlberg, 44, took in the Boyz II Men concert at Mirage and dinner at Stack, they hit the club with several friends. In the club, the couple danced together, appeared blissfully happy, and seemed unaware of anyone else in the 16,000 square foot space.

At a VIP table above the deejay booth, McCarthy, donning a black long sleeved cocktail dress, sipped a few drinks and clung to her boyfriend and her sister. Aside from a reporter nearby, it was a rare moment of privacy for the best-selling author.

Listen to Joey McIntyre on the "About Last Night" podcast

Joey was a guest on the "About Last Night" podcast with Brad Williams and Adam Ray.

Friday, September 27, 2013

Watch Donnie Wahlberg on the Rachael Ray Show

Here are the video clips of Donnie on the Rachael Ray Show!

Videos courtesy of yikes77

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Donnie Wahlberg on TV tomorrow

Tomorrow is the season premiere of Blue Bloods and Donnie will also be on the Rachael Ray Show tomorrow! 

Joey McIntyre at the 2013 Los Angeles Podcast Festival

According to the LA Podcast Festival Twitter page, Joey is scheduled to attend the event with the "Comedy Film Nerds" on Saturday, October 5 at noon.

Saturday, September 21, 2013

NKOTB News for September 21

The Denver Center posted some photos of Joey and fans here.

Check out this blog post by ddusbdame all about Joey's "The Kid" show (including the set list).

Jordan recently participated in a golf benefit to benefit the Franciscan Hospital for Children. Here is a photo from the Boston Globe.

NKOTB was the topic of in a segment with Andy Samberg on the Ellen Show the other day. Click here to watch a video clip. 

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Joey McIntyre to attend Sense-ation event

Joey will be once again be attending the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary’s "Sense-ation" event on Wednesday, October 9, 2013 as an Honorary Chair and Host.

Click here for more information!

Monday, September 16, 2013

Donnie Wahlberg's interview with The Boston Globe

The Boston Globe interviewed Donnie about "Boston's Finest" and more. Watch the video below!

Boston Globe: Donnie Wahlberg talks more ‘Boston’s Finest’

The Boston Globe interviewed Donnie over the weekend, here is the article: 

Dorchester-bred triple threat Donnie Wahlberg spent most of Sunday morning in the North End, shooting scenes for the second season of “Boston’s Finest.” After he wrapped for the day, Wahlberg sat in his trailer on Cross Street and talked about what sets the reality series apart from others like it.

“We are the first show ever to go not only on the job with them but also into their lives to see what makes them tick, what drives them, what makes them want to do what they do,” said Wahlberg, who executive produces the reality series.

Wahlberg praised the Boston Police Department’s response to the Boston Marathon bombings, and said he is glad that people are more familiar with the everyday heroics performed by the first responders of this city.

“I mean, it took a tragic event obviously for people to sort of get an awareness,” he said. “But now that that’s happened and the world knows more of them, I think it’s going to do wonders for this show.”

Not only is Wahlberg at the helm in the editing room for “Boston’s Finest,” he’s also gearing up for the fourth-season premiere of the CBS police drama “Blue Bloods,” he and his brothers are preparing to open a second Wahlburgers restaurant, in Canada, and he just finished touring with the New Kids on the Block in August.

When he isn’t working — which is rare — he said he spends a lot of time with his two sons and hangs out with fellow workaholic and girlfriend, “The View” cohost Jenny McCarthy.

“As far as personal life, I just make time. I am sort of a workaholic, but it helps to be hanging out with one. It makes it a little easier,” Wahlberg said of his relationship with McCarthy. “I went on ‘The View’ so that was one way to hang out. Maybe I’ll get her on ‘Blue Bloods’ and hang out there, maybe we’ll do some talk shows together. We’ll figure it out.” . . . In other “Boston’s Finest” news, Terrique Chambers, who was featured on the TNT show, hosted the inaugural Autism Crossfit event to benefit Autism Speaks on Saturday night. He and his wife, Scherlaine, who are advocating for the cause on behalf of their son Jaylen, were supported at the event by Teamsters Local 25 and “Boston’s Finest” friends such as Manny CanudoSjye RobinsonMyles LawtonGreg McCormick, Greg EunisWinston DeLeon, Julio Perez, Jenn PentonJenn PowersBrian Albert, and Kevin Albert.

Saturday, September 14, 2013

Joey McIntyre's interview clips from Denver Center for the Performing Arts

Denver Center for the Performing Arts posted a couple more videos in which they talk to Joey about "The Kid", his favorite memories with the New Kids on the Block and more.

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Donnie Wahlberg to appear on Rachael Ray on September 27

Donnie taped an episode of the Rachael Ray Show today and the episode will air on September 27. Find out what time and channel to watch it locally here.

Watch Donnie Wahlberg on eTalk

Donnie, Mark and Paul were on eTalk in Canada to talk about the opening of Wahlburgers in Toronto. Here is the video clip:

Video courtesy of yikes77

Watch Donnie and Paul Wahlberg's interview with 680 News Radio

Donnie Wahlberg and his brother Paul spoke with music reporter Rudy Blair about the upcoming Canadian launch of their restaurant, Wahlburgers, in Toronto.

Update: Interview has been deleted, does anyone have it saved?

Monday, September 9, 2013

Watch Donnie Wahlberg on The View

Donnie was on The View this morning, check out the video clip below:

Video courtesy of yikes77

Sunday, September 8, 2013

Watch Joey McIntyre's interview with CBS Denver

CBS Denver recently did a feature about Joey and his show "The Kid". Here is the video clip:

Update: Interview has been deleted, does anyone have it saved?

Saturday, September 7, 2013

Wahlburgers Canada news and media

Donnie was in Toronto with his brother Paul today to promote the opening of the second Wahlburgers restaurant soon.  Below are some highlights...

Here is a video clip from City News

Video courtesy of yikes77

In case you missed it, some photos have been posted here.

Photos of Donnie Wahlberg at Wahlburgers Burger Bash in Toronto

Here are a few photos of Donnie and Paul Wahlberg at Wahlburgers Burger Bash at Soho Metropolitan Hotel in Toronto, Canada earlier today.

Photos from Getty Images and Wire Image.

Listen to Donnie Wahlberg on Chum FM

Donnie was interviewed on Chum FM in Toronto today. He talks about the 25th anniversary of Hangin' Tough, Blue Bloods, the second Wahlburgers location that is opening soon and more. Here is the audio:

Donnie on CHUM FM today

Donnie will be on CHUM FM at 1:45PM (EST) today!  Listen online here!

Friday, September 6, 2013

Donnie Wahlberg in Toronto tomorrow for a sneak preview of Wahlburgers Canada

Donnie will be making an appearance at the SoHo Metropolitan Hotel in Toronto tomorrow!  Here is the info from the Wahlburgers Canada Facebook page:
Shout out to Burger-lovers and Wahlberg fans. Join Donnie Wahlberg and his brother, Executive Chef Paul Wahlberg for a sneak preview of Wahlburgers Canada prior to Monday’s official launch. One more thing, free Wahlburgers for the first 200 fans. 
Location: SoHo Metropolitan Hotel
Date: Saturday, September 07, 2013
Time: 03:00PM – 04:00PM

Thursday, September 5, 2013

Donnie Wahlberg on "The View" next Monday

According to Zap2It, Donnie will be appearing on "The View" next Monday, September 9th! The show airs weekdays at 11AM EST/10AM CST/PST on ABC.

Sunday, September 1, 2013

Joey McIntyre interview with Denver Westword

Denver Westword interviewed Joey recently to talk about "The Kid" and more. Here is the article:

Get ready for The Kid, starring Joey McIntyre of the cult-favorite supergroup New Kids on the Block, which will have its world premiere in Denver this week. Earlier this month, on the heels of the act's massive, fifty-city tour, McIntyre and Denver Center Attractions announced that they were teaming up to develop a musical that documents McIntyre coming of age as the youngest member of one of the biggest boy bands in history.

We recently caught up with McIntyre to talk about the (welcome) challenge of shifting performance mediums, starring as himself, and the world premiere of The Kid -- in Denver.

Westword: How was The Kid conceived--was it your idea?

Joey McIntyre: I've been on stage since I was six years old; performing is a part of my life. I've done a lot of live performance and some solo stuff that's more interactive, but this is a show: It has a writer and director, a beginning and an end, and a journey. It's very personal, and as much of a challenge as it might be, I've been able to be objective about it. We've done several readings, and sifted through long versions to see what worked. Now the show is down to an hour and forty minutes. As far as creating this, we had the right people.

How does it feel to make a musical about your own life?

It's funny, because it's a unique kind of show, and a one-man show is a lot, it's a huge challenge. I'm comfortable being on stage, but the idea is to go to places that are uncomfortable and get really honest and be human, not a pop star. It's good to be able to show the other side, whether you're a singer, writer, butcher, banker -- it's about finding where you belong and what's important.

We can imagine it's a huge change from touring, too.

It definitely is. New Kids just finished a fifty-city tour. It was amazing, and we were so grateful to be playing arenas, but it's definitely a grind. You're on a bus from city to city, traveling on a bus -- now I'm all set, get me a bed that isn't going seventy miles down the highway and I'm happy. It's strenuous, but it makes you stronger. I learned from that, and taking that journey and showing up every night mirrors life and what I need to do -- it definitely reflects in the show, too.

What brought the show to Denver and to Denver Center Attractions?

We knew we wanted to build it out of town somewhere with a theater company before bringing it to New York City. We were lucky; the facility here is so big that they had the space. They read the script, they saw the readings and they decided to go for it. A lot of it's last minute, and now Denver will always be part of the show. Denver Center is the perfect place for us to build the show, and they've been so helpful in getting this show ready to put out to the public -- I feel very embraced here in Denver, and being in this theater makes me feel like we're on the right track.

What kind of music inspired you as a kid, and inspired the music in The Kid?

I grew up with my dad playing Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby and Nat King Cole in his car. I had seven older sisters who listened to dance, funk, disco and R & B -- the combination of those influences, my theater experience doing shows like Oliver and the Music Man, and joining New Kids when I was twelve can be found throughout the show. As far as crafting it for the show, it was important for the color of those influences to show through to create a sound and contribute to the overall storytelling.

The Kid opens Thursday, August 29 at the Garner Galleria Theatre, with shows continuing through September 15. For a schedule and tickets, go to or call 303-893-4100.

Joey McIntyre talks with the Denver Post

Joey was featured in an article by the Denver Post:

New Kids on the Block's Joey McIntyre tells his stories in one-man show "The Kid"

At 40, Joey McIntyre looks boyish. Just not boy-bandish.

The youngest member of the Y-chromosome behemoth known as New Kids on the Block sits next to director Eli Gonda at a diner not far from the Denver Performing Arts Complex.

The pair are taking a break from rehearsing McIntyre's work-in-progress, the one-man show "The Kid," which runs through Sept. 15 at the stripped-down Garner Galleria theater.

McIntyre was the youngest member of NKOTB and the last to join up with the group composed of Donnie Wahlberg, Danny Wood and brothers Jordan and Jonathan Knight.

"New Kids came along because literally someone was calling a local school in Jamaica Plain, looking for little white kids who could sing and dance. It ended up being Maurice Starr, who started New Edition." That R&B group also hailed from Boston.

The group "didn't blow up all of a sudden," says McIntyre. "For three years, we played around Boston, at fairs. Then we got a hit record when I was 15, and all hell broke loose." The band has sold more that 80 million records globally. One Direction makes you itchy? NKOTB share the blame for that.

McIntyre is also youngest of Katherine and Thomas McIntyre's nine children. He was raised in the street-car suburb of Jamaica Plain, where the nation's oldest community theater, the Footlight Club resides.

"That was two blocks away. My mother was a member," he says. So were his seven sisters. His father was a union leader and involved in politics. McIntyre quotes his Dad, who figures into "The Kid."

"Like he says, 'It's all show business.' So I love being in theater.

"I've had a one-man show in my head for a while now," he says. "I would do tours of my own, I would do acoustic sets, I would do 'evenings with,' I just felt I wanted to do it in a legit way. Get a writer. Get a director. Get a book."

So here he sits with that director. Television writer Christine Boylan wrote the book that recounts McIntyre's many chapters.

"We all have multiple version of ourselves,"says Gonda. "What I find remarkable is Joe is being all versions of himself in the course of this two hours, in this story, in this night. He's embracing all sides of his personality — family, performance, theater, pop. It makes the evening that much more dynamic."

McIntyre chimes in. "I know it sounds corny, but I have to do it." He flashes an easy smile.

"I've lived me with me my whole life. I've always wanted to do it all."