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Ryan Gosling expected Backstreet Boys to fail

Ryan Gosling expected Backstreet Boys to fail

Ryan Gosling told Backstreet Boys they would never be successful. The 39-year-old actor shared an apartment building with the ‘I Want it That Way’ hitmakers when they were starting their career and he advised his pals to give up on their dreams of pop stardom because they weren’t trying anything New Kids on the Block hadn’t already achieved. Asked about the rumours Ryan alm... »

Kevin Richardson flies kids to London for Backstreet Boys second O2 show

Kevin Richardson flies kids to London for Backstreet Boys second O2 show

Kevin Richardson flew his kids over to London for Backstreet Boys second show at The O2 on Tuesday night (18.06.19). The 47-year-old hunk revealed on stage that Maxwell, five, and Mason, 11 – whom he has with wife Kristin Richardson – were in the audience for their "first show" of the ‘DNA World Tour’ after finishing school for the summer. He told the sold-out are... »

Backsteet Boys success is down to their family dynamic

Backsteet Boys success is down to their family dynamic

Nick Carter says the "family dynamic" is key to Backstreet Boy’ success. The ‘I Want It That Way’ hitmakers are being honoured with an interactive exhibit at the Grammy Museum reflecting on their time together so far – with childhood photos mementos and much more – and the star has revealed the secret to their longevity as a band. He told Billboard: "We... »

AJ McLean ‘excited’ to have Brian Littrell’s son on tour

AJ McLean ‘excited’ to have Brian Littrell’s son on tour

AJ McLean is "excited" for bandmate Brian Littrell’s son Baylee to open for Backstreet Boys on tour. The 41-year-old singer – who is also joined by Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson and Howie Dorough in the chart-topping group – can’t wait to have 16-year-old rising country star Baylee, who he praised as "beyond talented", on the road with them for the North... »

The Backstreet Boys ‘drifted apart’ as their success grew

The Backstreet Boys ‘drifted apart’ as their success grew

The Backstreet Boys drifted apart as their success grew in the 90s, according to Kevin Richardson. The chart-topping band – who are set to release their first album since 2013, ‘DNA’, in January – "retreated from one another" as their global fame and popularity increased. Kevin – who stars in the group alongside AJ McLean, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter, and Bri... »

Backstreet Boys’ Brian Littrell wants his son to go solo

Backstreet Boys’ Brian Littrell wants his son to go solo

Backstreet Boys’ Brian Littrell would tell his son to go solo. The 43-year-old singer’s son Baylee – whom he has with wife Leighanne Wallace – has appeared on Broadway in musical ‘Disaster!’, but his father doesn’t think he should follow his boyband footsteps. Appearing on ITV’s ‘Loose Women’, Brian joked: "I told my son to go solo! ... »

Backstreet Boys fans injured at gig venue

Backstreet Boys fans injured at gig venue

At least 14 people have been injured at a Backstreet Boys concert. The ‘I’ll Never Break Your Heart’ hitmakers were forced to cancel a planned performance at the WinStar World Casino and Resort in Thackerville, Oklahoma, on Saturday (18/08.18) after a storm hit and fans waiting at the venue were hurt when a structure at the entrance collapsed due to the high winds. Kym Koch Thomp... »

Backstreet Boys returning to MTV VMAs for red carpet pre-show

Backstreet Boys returning to MTV VMAs for red carpet pre-show

Backstreet Boys will be among the performers at the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards red carpet pre-show. The ‘I Want It That Way’ hitmakers and newcomers Bazzi and Bryce Vine will warm up guests as they arrive at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on August 20. It has not been announced which song the boyband – comprised of Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson, Brian Littrell, AJ McLean... »

Backstreet Boys’ ‘democratic’ business

Backstreet Boys’ ‘democratic’ business

Backstreet Boys have a "democratic way of doing business" where they all vote on which songs they will put out. The pop boy band – made up of AJ McLean, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson and Brian Littrell – were unanimous in their decision to make ‘Don’t Go Breaking My Heart’ their latest single, agreeing the tune would "be a smash". Br... »

Backstreet Boys planning to make country album

Backstreet Boys planning to make country album

Backstreet Boys are planning to make a country album. The boy band – made up of AJ McLean, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson and Brian Littrell – are set to release their first album since 2013 later this year, and admitted that while they decided against putting out a "straight-up country record", the idea is still a possibility for the future. Howie said: "W... »

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