The guys have aged just a little since their first round of fame, but it seems like they've still got the look.
They showed up for the gig in somewhat color-coordinated ensembles, and certainly rocked it. Read Full Story The Backstreet Boys were forced to cancel a public meet-and-greet event today, after memeber Brian Littrell was diagnosed with H1N1 virus, better known as swine flu.
This week, the topic was "Top Ten Backstreet Boys Lyrics," and it doesn't disappoint — there's even very a Justin Bieber reference in there.
The Backstreet Boys have been on a promo blitz for both their new album, In a World Like This, and the group's 20th anniversary.
This is when it hurts to be an ' N Sync fan, y'all... We can't help but break into song now that we've seen that Brian Littrell and the Backstreet Boys are ramping up again.
They performed on The Early Show this morning, and it was like the good old days with screaming fans egging them on.
He recently spoke with Beliefnet about being public with his faith, what drove him to almost quit the music business, and why being happy "doesn't sell."How do you plan on balancing your career as a member of the Backstreet Boys with your career as a solo artist? But I really think that's why God has given me the platform to touch so many people's lives through the Backstreet Boys and also to be able to talk about my faith.
I will make myself available to anything and everything that I could possibly do to further both careers.
We were truly in the driver's seat."Richardson points out that the Backstreet Boys are now all married men and, with the exception of Carter, are fathers too, with children ranging in age from 18 months to 12 years.
That trek marked the 20th anniversary of the pop group, which was assembled by now-disgraced mogul Lou Pearlman (who later launched 'N Sync) and enjoyed massive success with albums such as the 1999 blockbuster Millennium and hits such as As Long As You Love Me, Shape Of My Heart and I Want It That Way.
Personal histories, dilemmas and aspirations come into play in Show 'Em.
It's going to be tough, but at the same time, I can't go anywhere as a solo artist [without being] a Backstreet Boy. Are the rest of the members supportive of your solo career? They've known for quite some time that this is the direction that I've always anticipated or seen myself going.
This is me, this is who I am, and this is where my heart is. I spoke to AJ [Mc Clean, a fellow Backstreet Boy] a couple of weeks ago, just before my record came out, and he was like, "I'm going to the store to buy it." Did you always see yourself going solo?