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Chris Salvatore replaces Aaron Carter in full-frontal Vegas show Naked Boys Singing!

"I’m so excited to combine my passion for music and singing in the hope to encourage others to be proud of their bodies," says Eating Out star Chris.

2021-08-31

Words: Jamie Tabberer; pictures: Gabriel Gastelum for Attitude issue 254, March 2015

Chris Salvatore is replacing Aaron Carter in the upcoming Las Vegas production of Naked Boys Singing!

Described as Sin City's 'only full-frontal musical revue', Carter - brother of Backstreet Boys singer Nick Carter - was announced as part of the project earlier this month.

However, producers later confirmed the singer had left the project. OnlyFans star Chris recently confirmed his involvement on Instagram.

Photography: Gabriel Gastelum

In a statement, the musician and actor said: "I’m thrilled to announce that I will be joining the cast of this hilarious musical comedy, Naked Boys Singing in Las Vegas! I’m so excited to combine my passion for music and singing in the hope to encourage others to be proud of their bodies.

"Vegas has always been one of my favorite cities to visit and now I’ll be on stage performing!" 

 
 
 
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Addressing Carter's departure, Naked Boys Singing! producers Tom D'Angora and Nick Padget said in a statement to Broadway World earlier this month: "We are disappointed and a bit embarrassed to announce that Aaron Carter will not be appearing in the Las Vegas production of Naked Boys Singing!

"Within a few days of the announcement, it became clear, for multiple reasons, that Aaron's participation in Naked Boys Singing! was not going to work out."

 
 
 
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The 60-minute show features songs such as 'The Perky Little Porn Star' and 'Gratuitous Nudity'.

It runs from 15 September to 28 November at the Jewel Box Theatre at the Erotic Heritage Museum.

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