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Nov 17
Emilia Media

Drop the Mic shared a sneak peek of Tuesday’s episode and other videos where the guys talk smack, do a rhyme challenge and talk about rap music.

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Nov 17

At the November 17th Larger Than Life show Backstreet Boys had a guest with them on stage. James Corden performed the opening song Larger Than Life with BSB! Check out the videos Caesars Entertainment and BSB shared on Facebook.

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Nov 17
Emilia Media

Back in June when Nick was promoting ABC’s Boy Band Us Weekly did a segment called what’s in my wallet. Nick talks about what he has in his wallet.

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16
Nov 17
Emilia News

That private plane, though. The Backstreet Boys are known for countless hits, but nothing has quite compared to “I Want It That Way.” The music video for the ballad has remained a part of ’90s culture — even though the band was embarrassed to even film it.

“I just remember having to film the music video in-between doing a lot of stuff. I don’t remember traveling but I remember coming in and working up a choreography routine at the last-minute. I think we felt that it was super cheesy and it was something that was unnecessary,” Nick Carter exclusively tells Us Weekly. “It was kind of like we didn’t want to do it.”

Needless to say, Carter, 37, and his bandmates — Brian Littrell, Kevin Richardson, A.J. McLean and Howie Dorough — were surprised by the fan reaction.

“Later on it was one of the most iconic scenes when the chorus hit. It didn’t feel as epic as some of our other videos that we had done prior to it,” he continues. “[We felt] like it wasn’t the greatest music video — at all. And we didn’t feel like we lived up to it.”

“I Want It That Way” was the first single off their third album, 1999’s Millennium. In the video, the group is greeted by screaming fans on an airport tarmac while singing into the camera. They’d later coordinate in all-white outfits as they danced in a terminal.

The Backstreet Boys continued to have huge success, but have had their ups and downs since forming in 1993. Richardson left the band in June 2006, but made his return six years later.

“I just had never seen us not being together. I don’t know why that is,” Carter tells Us. “We enjoy what we do. We love it. We are a family, we have fun together and we enjoy the music. We love our fans and we love what we represent. A good part of history when it comes to the ’90s is just interesting people — times have definitely changed but we feel our representation of that golden age and we’re proud of it.”

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15
Nov 17
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Backstreet Boys will be appearing on Drop the Mic on TBS November 21st at 10pm. TBS shared a clip where the guys (along with other artists on the same episode) have to name all members of the WuTang Clan.

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15
Nov 17
Emilia Media

Steve Aoki shared video of him and Backstreet Boys when they hung out together last week. In the clip you can see Nick mentioning recording song. Could this mean there’s a collaboration between BSB and Steve Aoki? We’ll have to wait and see!

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14
Nov 17
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On November 7, 2017 Backstreet Boys spent some time with Steve Aoki in Las Vegas. The guys played in his playhouse, talked music in the studios and more. Steve Aoki shared photos of him and BSB on his social media pages.

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13
Nov 17
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Nick posted on his Twitter earlier today that he was working on new solo music. He also shared a photo from the studios along with the announcement.

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13
Nov 17
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Nick and Howie attended a groundbreaking ceremony for the NFL team the Raiders new stadium in Las Vegas tonight. The Raiders shared a video of Nick and Howie from the event on their Facebook page. Nick also shared some photos on Twitter and Instagram.

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12
Nov 17

Best of Las Vegas has announced the winners for 2017. Backstreet Boys won Gold in Best New Act/Show! The guys also got silver (second place) in Best Bachelorette Party, Best Production Show and Best Resident Performer/Headliner. Congratulations BSB!

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