Jordan Knight Weighs In On NKOTB, Prepares To Release Solo Album

Jordan Knight may be a hot commodity these days with his debut single, "Give It to You," climbing the charts. But to millions, the singer will always be one-fifth of New Kids on the Block.

Today, the other former New Kids are off pursuing individual careers as well. Joey McIntyre recently saw the release of his first solo effort, "Stay the Same." Donnie Wahlberg has appeared in several films, including "Ransom" and the upcoming Bruce Willis vehicle "The Sixth Sense." Miami resident Danny Wood works in the music industry, while Knight's big brother Jon works in real estate in Boston. Would Knight ever consider reuniting with his former bandmates?

"I think it would be cool," Knight recently told MTV News. "Maybe a duet with Joe. I don't know if we could drag Jon and Danny back on the stage though, 'cause they're like in another world, I guess now. But I don't know... it might be kinda tough. Maybe one

show, like a pay-per-view show would be cool." [28.8 RealVideo]

The singer is planning to make an appearance at the Virgin Megastore in New York's Times Square on May 11, the day his self-titled debut hits the street. The ten-track album contains a handful of songs produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis and features a cover of Prince's "I Could Never Take the Place of Your Man."

Knight will embark on a tour of radio station-sponsored events beginning May 20 in Memphis. His trek with 'N Sync and Five will kick off on July 7 at the GTE Amphitheatre in Virginia Beach, Virginia.