One of my FAVORITE things about AJ is how he is unapologetically himself, public opinion be damned. He has always had a unique sense of style, coupled with an incredibly attractive confidence, that can make just about anything look good.
I’d walk halfway around the world
For just one kiss from you
Far beyond the call of love
The sun, the stars, the moon
Can you believe that “Anywhere For You” was released 23 years ago? That’s right, on February 24, 1997, the Backstreet Boys released the song as the fifth single from their international debut (also known as the red album).
James McCullagh has worked with the Backstreet Boys for seven years and is now taking part in a video project with Sennheiser PRO.
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Question: What advice would you give to help make the boys remember you? – Silvia
When you think of the Backstreet Boys, you can probably easily describe which iconic looks of theirs are your favorites. (Check out our favorites of the past decade here!)
Let’s face it … as Backstreet Boys fans we like to pride ourselves on knowing our five favorite guys like the back of our hands.
I mean, who else is going to remember that Nick used to hate to leave his feet hanging off the side of the bed because he was afraid monsters would grab him? #ThanksTigerBeat
The Backstreet Boys kicked-off a new leg of the DNA World Tour in Mexico City last night.
Our very own Carrie was at the show, so check out her photos, along with some media photos!
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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.
Remember that time that Nick Carter danced on “Dancing With The Starts” to “Everybody?”
It was literally the best performance. Nick and his partner, Sharna Burgess a Jazz dance to the Backstreet Boys hit and there were even some boy band members in the audience.
There aren’t enough words or emojis or well, anything really to say how proud of Howie D I am. His vision, along with Tor Hyms and Lisa St. Louis came to life in such a magical way on the stage in Omaha.
For the first 37 years of my life, I never thought about how disabled people attended concerts. That all changed when my Mom had to have her leg (just below her knee) amputated in 2017.
My Mom took me to my first concert when I was in 4th grade to see New Kids on the Block. Then it was Alan Jackson, Garth Brookes, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, and eventually the Backstreet Boys. She loves the boys, maybe not as much as me, but she does. I’ve taken her to concerts since, such as NKOTBSB, Backstreet Boys, and even