In an exclusive clip of TBS’s Drop the Mic rap competition, the ’90s boy band spits its game against the “Attention” singer, 25. Puth insults the quintet’s dad bods, their audience of moms and A.J. McLean’s guyliner, while the Boys hit back by likening the songwriter to William Hung and a Justin Bieber wannabe.
“I saw you on YouTube, you had me in tears,” Nick Carter raps. “You covered Adele and Adele covered her ears.”
Not to be shown up,
The Late Late Show host joined the boy band on stage during their Friday night Larger Than Life show at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, Nevada -- and busted out his best dance moves.
"Thanks for making tonight Larger Than Life @j_corden! #Jamesstreet #BSBVegas," the group wrote on Instagram alongside a video of Corden dressed like the five members, singing and doing the choreographed moves to "Larger Than Life."
In the clip, the late night talk show stands next to Kevin Richardson and A.J. McLean and nails the routine.
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The group's Instagram also shared a handful of Instagram Stories featuring Corden.
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This isn’t the first time that the "Carpool Karaoke" inventor has performed with the Backstreet Boys. Last September
“Her job was to get content of us doing stuff outside of the everyday show ritual, and I was always the one who would put my hand up when they’d ask, ‘Does anyone want to go hang-gliding in Rio today?’” Howie Dorough recalls to Et. “So, she would come out and we did the pyramids and so many fun things. I always joked the website became mostly about me!”
“It was like being on The Bachelor, because it was all these crazy experiences,” adds Leigh. “It was like, ‘Here we are in Mexico, let’s get a private tour of the pyramids and go on crazy adventures together!’ It just lent itself to a romantic situation.”
Sure enough, romance
Reese Witherspoon showed off looks from the spring 2018 collection of her fashion line, Draper James, at Root & Bone in NYC’s East Village on Nov. 2. Not only did she get to style some of her favorite pieces at the Nov. 2 affair, the Tennessee native also happily enjoyed breakfast treats like biscuits and grits at the Southern-style restaurant.
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Emily Ratajkowski was just as fashionable in her nude ruched mini when she pulled up to Goldie Hawn’s Gold Love-In gala on Nov. 3 in a lux Lyft ride.
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Rocking a black-and-white striped turtleneck and vintage-style bell bottoms by DROMe, Girls alum Zosia Mamet celebrated the debut of Rebag’s first pop-up store, Handbag Heaven, in New York City’s SoHo neighborhood on Nov. 7.
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Kate Upton showed
“I’m not doing it,” he reveals to Et. “I am the biggest Big Brother fan ever. I want to play this game so badly, but it’s just, I’m not going to be in a house that long and not get paid $10 million. So, if you wanna pay me $10 million, I’m in!”
CBS’s celebrity edition of the game will premiere in early 2018 for a limited run, with famous faces moving into the Big Brother house for the first time -- and Bass and his husband, Michael Turchin, have some dream casting in mind.
“We’re so excited,” Bass admits. “I would love to see Kathy Griffin, for multiple reasons. I think she would just be great television, and she loves the
Bella Thorne stars in the ex-One Directioner's new music video, going through it fighting with a long-haired guy while the 24-year-old singer repeatedly croons, "You said it was over, but your clothes say different on my bedroom floor."
Finally, when long hair macks on a new girl at the party, Thorne ends it for good, and throws the dude's shirt in a pool.
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For what it's worth, it's not totally clear what the source of the couple's problems are in the video, but we have to imagine that the excessive amount of ovens in their kitchen can't help at all.
Seriously, there are four separate ovens in this kitchen, leaving it entirely possible that all the drama in this relationship is over utility bills.
Fellow late night host Stephen Colbert tweeted a message of support to 43-year-old Fallon on Sunday, writing, “Mom is the first audience and the best. Remembering Jimmy Fallon and his family in our prayers today.”
Miley Cyrus, who recently spent a week on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, shared a photo of herself with the comedian, both sporting surprised expressions.
“I’m sad to say my friend Jimmy’s mother has passed away … sending him all the love in my heart … Keep smilin’ Jimmy,” she tweeted.
"Ah..." he trails off initially, with bandmate Brian Kelley jumping in to attempt a deflection. "We made it to these awards!" he says, referencing the Cmt Artists of the Year event, where they have been honored alongside country royalty every year for the last five years. "We made it here!"
"It's hard not to think we've made it when you look out every night and see 30,000 people singing your songs," Hubbard allows.
"At the same time," he continues, "we're big dreamers and we kind of say, 'The sky's the limit, so let's see where this thing is going to go,' and we kind of continue that motto and see where it leads us."
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From streetwear to red carpet glamour, these are some of the stars who are slaying the fashion game. Et has all the details on the best dressed celebs this week -- and where you can get their looks!
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Topping the list this week is the former Gossip Girl star with her seven ravishing -- and distinctly unique -- outfit changes in one day.
Lively took risks with her wardrobe during her press day in New York on Oct. 16, which included a full-on menswear ensemble. The 30-year-old actress suited up in a checkered Ralph Lauren Collection Glen Plaid wool coat worth $3,490, a $1,990 blazer and $990 pants. She styled the look
At the 2017 Cmt Artists of the Year in Nashville, Tennessee, on Wednesday, People caught up with the boy-banders to chat about their families.
For one, A.J. McLean — who welcomed his second daughter, Lyric Dean, with wife Rochelle in March — has gone from being on the road with four other guys to being surrounded by women.
“I am outnumbered completely except for my dog!” joked McLean, 39, explaining that his wife shared a video just before he headed to the event that showed little Lyric was on the move.
A.J. McLean, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson, and Brian Littrell of the Backstreet Boys will be taking the stage to celebrate their good friends this year’s honorees Florida Georgia Line.
Meanwhile, Phillip Phillips will toast inaugural song of the year winner Sam Hunt.
Other honorees include Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Chris Stapleton and Keith Urban.
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Vanessa Lachey took a break from practicing her Dancing With the Stars routines to host the launch of L.O.L Surprise! in Hollywood on Sept. 29. The mom of three made the day extra special by bringing along her 3-year-old daughter, Brooklyn.
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It seemed to be all about family for Hollywood's finest this week. Brooke Burke Charvet brought her husband, David Charvet, and two of their kids to the launch of the new safe ride app, Chrysler and Kango, at iPic Westwood and Tuck Room Tavern in Los Angeles on Oct. 2. The night's VIP guests got to watch a stand-up set from Heather McDonald, who also brought her fam to the event, as well as a special screening of The Lego Ninjago Movie.
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And James Corden hosted a private, family-friendly Xbox playdate event at the Microsoft Lounge in Venice
“I took the job very seriously,” O’Malley tells Et about hosting the ‘90s sports competition series Guts, now celebrating its 25th anniversary. O’Malley, 50, was 24 years old when he landed the job. “I looked at the part like I was playing the role of an older brother. Like a cool camp counselor. I loved working with the kids.”
Each episode filmed on Stage 21 at Universal Studios Florida featured three teenage athletes competing against each other in four "extreme" versions of athletic events. In the final round, they raced up a “mountain” called the Aggro Crag, later renamed to Mega Crag. The show aired on Nickelodeon during a tween programming block that also included Legends of the Hidden Temple and Nick
Twenty-five years ago today, ‘90s kids discovered something they didn’t know they needed: a piece of the Aggro Crag.
Alas, no one could simply circle it in the Toys ‘R’ Us holiday catalog. If you really wanted a piece of the mountain, later called the Mega Crag in season three, you had to don the blue, purple, or red uniform as a competitor on Nickelodeon Guts.
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Amongst the tween programming block that also included Legends of the Hidden Temple and Nick Arcade, the series has come to represent an era of a specific genre of TV that has yet to be successfully replicated. An action competition show, young players were given the chance to perform in a literal sports fantasy, provided they didn’t mind doing it on national television. Today, nostalgia for the series is alive and well within its original demographic
In an exclusive sneak peek at the upcoming collaboration, Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard of the country duo and boy band fivesome A.J. McLean, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson and Brian Littrell take the stage just outside of Nashville to perform Bsb’s iconic hit “As Long as You Love Me.”
Fans can tune in to watch the full episode of Cmt Crossroads when it premieres Wednesday, Aug. 30 at 10 p.m. Et on Cmt.
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