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Keep the Backstreet pride alive!
"What a 20 years it’s been! To each and every one of you who's been a part of this journey, thank you! We love you all. »
They were our fire; our one desire. We believed them when they said that they wanted it that way—which way we didn't know, but it was definitely that way—and we were cool with it... It's been 20 years exactly since the Backstreet Boys told us to rock our bodies because they were back (even though we'd never noticed they were gone because we'd never heard of them before) in their U.S. debut album Backstreet's Back and a boy band revolution began. In the summer of 1997, the five "boys," Nick Carter, A.J. McLean, Brian Littrell, Howie Dorough and Kevin Richardson, shot to superstardom seemingly overnight, when in actuality the crew of cuties had formed in 1993 and had been »
On Aug. 12, 1997, the Backstreet Boys released a self-titled album that made them superstars in their native U.S. The record, which contains hits such as "Quit Playing Games (with My Heart)" and "All I Have to Give," was released more than a year after their dropped their first-ever album, also called Backstreet Boys, in Europe, Asia and Canada. The boy band, made up of Kentucky cousins Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson, as well as Aj McLean, Howie Dorough and Nick Carter, was founded in 1993 in Florida, where the latter three singers grew up. "What a 20 years it's been!" read a message posted on the group's Instagram page Saturday, on the »
Britney Spears was clearly shaken up when her Las Vegas show came to an abrupt halt.
While Spears was performing "(You Drive Me) Crazy" on Wednesday night during her concert at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino, a man rushed the stage and was immediately apprehended by security. In a video taken from a concertgoer, the security guard can be seen wrestling with the man before body slamming him on the side of the stage. The man is then seen hopping up with his arms flailing, and this time, some of Spears' male backup dancers jump in to help hold him down.
Watch: Britney Spears Accidentally Flashes Audience at Las Vegas Residency Concert
Not long after that, Spears is made aware of the situation by two men from her team, and is heard saying into the microphone, "What's going on? ...Oh no!" The pop princess is quickly escorted backstage.
Et has learned that police arrested 37-year-old Jesse Webb for »
The lovely ladies mingled with fellow actress like Lizzy Caplan, Cat Deeley, Camilla Belle and Emmy Rossum at an exclusive garden party in Los Angeles hosted by n:Philanthropy with fellow conscience brands nyakio and Fashionable. The famous guests snacked on Pure Growth Organic and drank Rethink Water and Viva Xxxii while enjoying a gorgeous sunny SoCal day on a spacious patio.
After sharing a cheeky topless pic to ring in her 37th birthday on July 10, Jessica Simpson enjoyed dinner at rooftop restaurant Catch La with her husband, Eric Johnson; sister Ashlee Simpson-Ross and her husband, Evan Ross; Bff Cacee Cobb and her husband, Donald Faison; and pal Adrienne Sands. Following birthday toasts from Johnson and Simpson's family, Cobb presented »
Joey Fatone’s adorable 7-year-old daughter Kloey stole the show on Wednesday’s episode of Big Star Little Star, hilariously dishing on her pop star dad’s most annoying habits, comparing the singer to a big “furry” gorilla and pleading blatant ignorance to *Nsync!
After the cute daddy-daughter duo won $5,000 for Autism Speaks by competing on the USA Network series, Fatone opened up to Et about the challenges he and his wife, Kelly, have faced with Kloey’s autism. »
“Backstreet’s back, alright!”
The Backstreet Boys, which includes members Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson, Aj McLean, Brian Littrell and Howie Dorough, have extended their Las Vegas residency, Backstreet Boys: Larger Than Life, into 2018, People can exclusively reveal.
“We are definitely excited to say we’ve extended our residency,” Dorough tells People. “We’ve been off to a great run! It just feels great to continue this on and hopefully, make this into a longterm residency.”
Jokes Dorough, 43: “If you would have asked us this 10 years ago, we would’ve been like, ‘Vegas? That’s where people go who want to retire. »
- Mariah Haas
The actor will co-star in producer Dick Wolf’s anthology series Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders as Detective Les Zoeller, our sister site Deadline reports.
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The eight-episode inaugural installment focuses on Lyle (Miles Gaston Villanueva) and Erik Menendez (Gus Halper), siblings who were convicted in 1996 of murdering their parents and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. The cast also includes The Sopranos‘ Edie Falco (as defense attorney Leslie Abramson), ER‘s Anthony Edwards (as judge »
It’s been eight years since Backstreet Boy Howie Dorough and his wife, Leigh, anxiously awaited their newborn son James' release from the Nicu at Los Angeles’ Cedars-Sinai Medical Center after coming into the world six weeks premature.
So, as the Florida-based singer enjoyed a recent father-son trip back to L.A. to film the USA Network’s Big Star Little Star, the musician couldn’t help reflecting on the “strong, healthy, well-spirited boy” his son has grown into and shares that the Hollywood visit even cemented James’ dreams to follow in his footsteps.
Exclusive: Backstreet Boy Kevin Richardson Reveals Heartbreaking Fertility Battle
“Right now he wants to be a singer,” Dorough tells Et. “He wants to be the next Backstreet Boy and start his own group! I would support my kids in whatever they want to do, but it would be honoring and flattering if he did choose to become a singer.”
“One of the »
To fans she's a pop princess, but to her family, Britney Spears is simply a mother and a daughter.
On Monday, the 35-year-old singer shared a video with her Twitter followers of a day she spent at the beach in Hawaii with sons Sean, 11, and Jayden, 10, as well as her mom, Lynne. "From start to finish... it was a good day," she captioned the video.
Watch: Britney Spears Takes Fans Inside Her Intense Workout Routine -- 'But I'd Rather Be Dancing'
Britney sported a tiny Beach Bunny white bikini to the beach and posed for a photo with her 61-year-old mother, who was also rocking a skimpy swimsuit. Meanwhile, Jayden and Sean played in the waves with their friends.
The pop star also ended up getting in the ocean, and happily posed for pics in the sand and surf.
More: Britney Spears Shares Adorable Photos From Her Son's Field Trip
This isn't the first time this »
Now that’s one epic way to put a ring on it!
Longtime Backstreet Boys fan Kitty Tung got more than she bargained for last month when she turned up to a meet-and-greet with the quintet at their “Larger Than Life” residency show in Las Vegas and found herself being serenaded and proposed to!
Exclusive: See a 96-Year-Old Backstreet Boys Fangirl Meet Her Idols: ‘They Keep Me Young!’
The 28-year-old New York native was attending the show with boyfriend James Guan, who had surprised her by buying meet-and-greet passes, but she was stunned when the dream encounter took a shocking turn.
“I was in total disbelief when he got down on one knee,” Kitty tells Et. “And when the Backstreet Boys started singing, I was trying to remain calm, but my heart was beating so fast. It was so surreal and I couldn’t believe that the Backstreet Boys helped him pull this off. James has tried »
Britney Spears might have dated a member of *Nsync, but on Sunday she got up close and personal with one of the Backstreet Boys. During her Las Vegas Piece of Me concert, the 35-year-old superstar invited Howie Dorough on stage for a provocative performance of "Freakshow," and things got steamy. Howie, fresh off of his performance at the Acm Awards, happily crawled around on all fours while Britney whipped him. "Thank you so much for coming out here and dancing with us," Britney said before signing a t-shirt for him. "Thank you. Bye, baby. Everyone give it up for Howie!" The Backstreet Boys are currently headlining their own Vegas residency, which makes it easy for them to pop by Britney's show. In February, A.J. McLean hung out with her backstage and had nothing but good things to say about her performance. "Her body's back! She looks fantastic! Britney's back, man, »
- Quinn Keaney
Country royalty may have gone gaga for the Backstreet Boys at the Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas on Sunday, but pop princess Britney Spears kicked the weekend’s Backstreet fever into full effect at her Piece of Me show the night before!
The songstress is known for pulling an audience member on stage while performing “Freakshow” at her residency show at Planet Hollywood’s Axis Theater, so when Bsb members Howie Dorough and Brian Littrell showed up to Saturday’s concert, it was inevitable that one of them would find themselves on all fours.
Dorough took the bait, joining the 35-year-old “Slumber Party” singer on stage.
And while the stage is familiar territory for the 43-year-old father-of-three -- having recently launched Bsb’s Larger Than Life residency in the same venue -- let’s just say he pulled some slightly naughtier moves than »
Britney Spears’ “Piece of Me” residency in Las Vegas returned to Planet Hollywood Las Vegas; after three years, the show is still a must-see. Just in case you needed more convincing, during her performance of “Freakshow” Britney invited Backstreet Boys’ Howie Dorough on stage and to walk on all fours while wearing a leash. Related: *Nsync’s […] »
- Aynslee Darmon
The Backstreet Boys go country!
The boyband brought the house down with their collaboration with Florida Georgia Line at the Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas on Sunday night.
Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson, Aj McLean, Howie Dorough and Brian Littrell first performed their duet with Florida Georgia Line, "God, Your Mama and Me," before getting the crowd on their feet with a slightly country-ish version of their hit, "Everybody," as Carter descended from the stage to rub elbows with country royalty.
Related: 2017 Academy of Country Music Awards -- The Complete Winners List
No one's ever gonna love Florida Georgia Line more than God, your mama and Backstreet Boys. Sunday night's 2017 Acm Awards promised to bring about some unforgettable music collaborations. But perhaps the one that grabbed the attention of country music and pop music fans alike was this special dynamic. During tonight's live broadcast held at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelly took to the stage to perform their big hit titled "God, Your Mama and Me." But in a collaboration you don't exactly see every show, Bsb members including Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson, Aj McLean, Brian Littrell and Howie Dorough decided to join the party and sing »
The 52nd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards kicked off on Sunday night at Toshiba Plaza in Las Vegas, and the red carpet had no shortage of memorable moments of country music's best and brightest. There was also a nostalgic dose of pop, thanks to an appearance from the Backstreet Boys. Nick Carter, Aj McLean, Brian Littrell, Howie Dorough, and Kevin Richardson looked like they meant business while posing in front of photographers ahead of their performance of "God, Your Mama, and Me" with Florida Georgia Line later that night. Although they sure clean up nice, a part of us still misses their matching blue and yellow sweatsuits . . . »
- Quinn Keaney
Bass waved the white flag on the most prominent ’90s rivalry last week when he took the stage with the popular boy band during their Las Vegas show at the Planet Hollywood hotel.
“Very ironic that I would be onstage with the Backstreet Boys,” admits the former *Nsync in a new interview with People Now. “If you told me that 15 years ago I would have been like, ‘What?!’ and the fans would have gone nuts.”
The 37-year-old was pulled onstage by the group to help perform their 2000 hit “Shape of My Heart. »
- Lindsay Kimble
It's hard to believe that the Backstreet Boys have been together for more than 20 years! The group - Aj McLean, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson, and Brian Littrell - first formed in Orlando in 1993 and has been making our hearts swoon ever since. Over the past two decades the boy band has faced many changes (including Kevin's departure from 2006-2012), but they have also proven how timeless they really are. From a plethora catchy tunes to their out-of-this-world concerts, it's clear to see why the Backstreet Boys are one of the best boy bands around. See their larger-than-life evolution here. »
- Kelsie Gibson
The Backstreet Boys have officially kicked off their long-awaited 'Larger Than Life' residency at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas and one fangirl fulfilled her 16-year dream to come face-to-face with her idols again -- 96-year-old Bsb devotee Adeline Stevens!
The longtime fan rocked up to The Axis Theater with her 61-year-old daughter, Karen, and 32-year-old granddaughter, Kim, where she was thrilled to meet the group before their show.
“That was amazing! It was a fantastic,” Adeline told Et afterwards, still a little shell-shocked from the meet-and-greet. “I love those guys!”
Unlike many of us, who discovered the boy band in their teens and will still be rocking up to their shows in their nineties, Adeline was the ripe ol’ age of 80 when she first fell in love with Nick Carter, Aj McLean, Howie Dorough, Kevin Richardson and Brian Littrell.
And while the »
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