While it’s a pretty known fact in the Backstreet Boys fandom, some people may not know that there are actually two video versions for their song “Drowning.”

Continue reading “Flashback Friday: Two @BackstreetBoys videos are better than one”


Back in 2010, Backstreet Boys and New Kids on the Block fans felt one of three ways:

  1. “Oh my God, I love the idea of both my favorite bands together!”
  2. “Ugh, do I really have to sit through New Kids on the Block?”
  3. “Ugh, I do not want to have to see Backstreet Boys in order to see Donnie Wahlberg.”

Continue reading “Flashback Friday: A look back at the NKOTBSB tour”

The Backstreet Boys have always had a huge following in Japan. I mean, you remember what happened when they went to Japan in “Around The World” 100 hour tour, right?

Continue reading “Flashback Friday: @BackstreetBoys head to Asia in 1996”

On Feb. 19, 2000, the Backstreet Boys brought their Into the Millennium tour to the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, breaking concert attendance records and becoming the biggest concert in Georgia history.  Continue reading “Flashback Friday: @BackstreetBoys break records at the Georgia Dome”

Yep, 19 years ago the Backstreet Boys released “As Long As You Love Me” as a single in the United States.

I did a post over on BackstreetBoys.com about five iconic moments from the music video, but as a little fun for the anniversary, check out a video of the music video on Pop-Up video years ago, with some little facts that you probably already knew if you’re a #BSBArmy member.


Note: Also playing with a little logo thing that I added to the end. LOL

Back in 2000, VH1 decided to try something new. They had been having a VH1 “Divas” special for a few years and with the explosion of boy bands and hot singers, they decided to do something with men – thus giving us “Men Strike Back.” Continue reading “Flashback Friday: @BackstreetBoys on ‘Men Strike Back’ (2000)”

Remember back when MTV had awesome television shows ACTUALLY about music? You know, what the M stands for in MTV? Yeah, I remember the good ‘ol days, too!

Check out this video for Flashback Friday of the boys co-hosting Rolling Stone’s Top 100 Pop Songs with Carson Daly! And thank us, because we edited it down so that you only see the boys’ segments 🙂

Leave it to Howie D. to turn an Enrique song into something dirty.

While Mr. Nick Carter has been known to do an awesome “Hero” impression, Howie put his own spin on the classic back on the Backstreet Boys cruise last year.

Check out my video below and even see our Chicago correspondent Laura in the background!