There is nothing quite like seeing a member of the opposite group singing another group’s song, but seems like Joey Fatone is doing a lot of that these days since appearing at Comic Con in July with Nick Carter and AJ McLean.

The NSyncer recently got down with DJ Elvis Duran in Taiwan of all places with a little “I Want It That Way.”

https://media.iheart.com/player/embed.html?autoStart=false&useFullScreen=true&mid=26333987&siteid=1793&share=http://www.z100.com/media/play/joey-fatone-sings-backstreet-boys-karaoke-26333987/


Ezra May and Karah are at it again and beware, Karah’s getting a little more comfortable in front of the camera. Check out the music video analysis for “Millennium” below.

 

Note: Did you notice every time Karah’s been in a different spot? That’s not going to change.

The next video analysis will be for “Black & Blue” which means we will be discussing “Shape of My Heart,” “The Call” and “More Than That.” Have thoughts? Record yourself on video and email them to [email protected] or Tweet them to her at @missezramay on Twitter!


According to Joe Manganiello, better known as Alcide from “True Blood,” there may be a familiar song in the upcoming “Magic Mike XXL” movie.

The sequel to the hit movie “Magic Mike” was filmed last summer in the south, and a lot in Georgia.

Manganiello, who plays Big D*** Richie in the movie, talked to PopSugar.com and spilled some secrets.

Can you talk about your big routine in the move?
JM: Donald Glover sings for me during my routine. Jada is a part of my routine. We got Trent Reznor to give us Nine Inch Nails’ “Closer.” That’s my routine.

That’s a great song.
JM: Oh yeah, Donald is going to sing a cover of a Bruno Mars song for me also. A little bit of everything, and I will tear away my tuxedo. . . . I’m actually so happy. I think the really big difference in this movie and the first movie is the music budget. We’re not necessarily a tiny indie film anymore. We get whatever music we want. That was the first choice; I love Trent, and Nine Inch Nails is probably my favorite band ever, so I get to do the routine to that. And I also have another dance routine that comes earlier in the movie to a Backstreet Boys song. So yeah, we’ve got some pretty amazing things.

Which Backstreet Boys song?
JM: The greatest Backstreet Boys song of all time: “I Want It That Way.”

Which Backstreet Boy would you be?
JM: Maybe A.J. He’s kind of the bad boy. He’s actually a friend of mine, so it’s really funny that I’m doing their song for this movie.

“Magic Mike XXL” comes out July 1, 2015 and also stars Channing Tatum and Matt Bomer. Just in time for Independence Day.

God bless America.


Sixteen years ago on April 12, 1999, the first single from the Backstreet Boys’ album “Millennium,” “I Want It That Way,” is released as a single.

The song was written by Max Martin and Andreas Carlsson, while Martin and Kristian Lundin produced it.

“I Want It That Way” reached the number one spot in more than 25 countries, including New Zealand, Switzerland, Austria, Canada, Germany, and the United Kingdom. In the U.S., the song peaked at number 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for eight non-consecutive weeks, while it topped the Adult and Top 40 Mainstream charts.

Where were you when you first heard “I Want It That Way”?