Way back in 2006, Brian Littrell had a small acoustic session show on CMT where he performed some of his own songs, along with the classic, “Don’t Take The Girl” by Tim McGraw.
When did you become a full fledge fangirl?
I think I was born a fangirl. I don’t know how or when it began, but there are moments of my life that I look back on and it all kind of makes sense. Whenever I started to like something, I go all in.
Let me see that thong ….
The Backstreet Boys and Jimmy Fallon made a classic out of Sisqo’s “Thong Song” Tuesday, February 11, 2020, on “The Tonight Show.”
Note: This is a new series on BSBFangirls.com where we question different things that the Backstreet Boys have done throughout their career.
Don’t get me wrong – “Just Want You To Know” is by far my favorite Backstreet Boys music video. I mean, there’s the ’80s nostalgia, the wigs, the clothes, the fandom outside in the parking lot and let’s not even start talking about Sphynkter itself.
Let’s be real – while the boys are like no other and are always, 1000% worth it, they caaannn come with a steep price tag.
It’s insane to think that nine years ago today, February 2, 2011, Nick Carter released his second solo album (almost nine years after the last) and it was a huge step in his career as a solo artist.
ATCK is just another outlet for AJ’s creativity and self-expression, only this time, he’s added friends! I might be biased (okay, I am DEFINITELY biased), but this show is one you don’t want to miss. And here’s why, along with videos to help make my case:
While NIck Carter was winding down his “Now or Never” tour in 2003, he performed at a concert festival in Mexico called Acafest. Back then, it was aired on television, which gives us the magic that is pretty much a full Nick Carter concert from back then.
As many may know, Nick Carter was over in Germany in December after his convention appearance where he had talks with some record labels. He’s already working on a fourth solo album (his first since 2015’s “All American”) and is feeling inspired.
Almost 18 years after its release, Nick Carter’s “Now or Never” is still my favorite album to ever be released. Yes, that’s right. “Now or Never” surpasses the Backstreet Boys’ “Millennium” to me.