Larger Than Life (1996)
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
Tiffany Bartok worked consistently as an actress but soon discovered a talent for makeup artistry. She began to sharpen her makeup skills on celebrities and film crews. Bartok made the decision to direct and produce original films including her award-winning documentary “Altered By Elvis” and the short film “Little Pumpkin,” which screened at SXSW.
“Larger Than Life: The Kevyn Aucoin Story” will premiere at the 2017 Doc NYC film festival on November 16.
W&H: Describe the film for us in your own words.
TB: “Larger Than Life” is a feature documentary about the extraordinary life of the first celebrity makeup artist, Kevyn Aucoin. Overcoming all obstacles laid before him in his small town of Lafayette, Louisiana, Kevyn rose to fame transforming faces into extraordinary art pieces all while examining who he himself truly was.
W&H: What drew you to this story?
TB: As a makeup artist,
“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
The opener is part of a new batch of films added to the festival 25th anniversary lineup. A couple of the premieres center on the most recent presidential election: “11/8/16,” the world premiere of a doc (directed by more than 40 people and produced by Jeff Deutchman) capturing footage from election day around the country; and Onur Tukel’s “The Misogynists,” featuring Dylan Baker and set in a hotel room on election night.
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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.
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“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
Her new one, “Visages Villages” (which does indeed take place in villages,
Following the arrival of his second daughter, Lyric Dean McLean, on March 19, Backstreet Boy Aj McLean is opening up about being a father to two little girls and reveals that his new bundle of joy has already developed great taste in music.
“She just loves music,” the 39-year-old singer told Et while attending the Celebrity Connected Honoring the MTV Movie & TV Awards Luxury Gifting Suite at the W Hollywood Hotel on Saturday. “She doesn’t like driving in the car, so we have to have music on. We’re starting her out really young. Right now, she’s been listening a lot to David Bowie -- she likes to do her little hand movements to David Bowie! It’s fun.”
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McLean already has an avid music fan in 4-year-old daughter Ava, who has attended
The Bronx-born actress, singer and dancer had her new beau, former Yankee Alex Rodriguez, in tow, marking the couple’s first red carpet appearance since going public with their relationship in April.
Nick Carter celebrated his son's first birthday on Wednesday with an adorable Instagram pic of the little guy, captioned, "Happy birthday to my little boy. I love you Odin."
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Carter, who welcomed his little boy with wife Lauren last April, after the couple married in 2014, opened up to Et in February -- during the Backstreet Boys' "Larger Than Life" residency shows at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas -- about how fatherhood has changed his life for the better
"He's just a bundle of joy and it melts my heart and gives me purpose and reason to keep on staying healthy, staying motivated and all of those things," Carter sweetly told Et. "He's a really good, solid thing for me to have in my life."
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!
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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
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.
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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
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!”
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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
Lyric Dean McLean was born on Sunday in Los Angeles, and joins her big sister, 4-year-old Ava Jaymes.
"Rochelle got to name Ava after Ava Gardner because she loves old Hollywood, then she took my middle name, James, but spelled it differently," explains the 39-year-old boy bander. "So, I got to pick this time. I mean, lyrics… Backstreet Boys… it’s pretty cool, right?"
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Weighing 8 lbs., 3 oz, Lyric's middle name, Dean, stemmed from Rochelle's middle name, DeAnna.
The singer had not-so-secretly been wishing for another daughter before the couple found out the happy news last year.
"I got my wish!" he admits. "All my friends were like, 'It's a boy,' and I was like, 'I don't want
The Backstreet Boys member and his wife Rochelle welcomed their second daughter on Sunday, March 19, his rep confirms to People exclusively. Born at 5:10 p.m. in Los Angeles, Lyric Dean McLean weighed in at 8 lbs., 3 oz. and measured 22 inches long.
Lyric joins big sister Ava Jaymes, 4.
“I was told by someone very dear to me that having a child will change you forever, and that was beyond true with Ava. We decided to try one more time because even though Ava is so independent, the
Lance Bass sacrificed watching Beauty and the Beast to hit up Sin City and check out the boy band’s “Larger Than Life” residency show at Planet Hollywood on Saturday, and fans were freaking out when the 37-year-old crooner got pulled on stage by Aj McLean during the group’s hit, “Shape Of My Heart.”
“I couldn’t believe it was happening -- I never thought I’d see my two favorites on one stage together!” enthused one fan after the show at the Axis Theater.
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“It was really great to see him and his husband having such a great time at the show, considering all the misconceptions about the whole Bsb/*Nysnc rivalry over the years,” added another concert-goer. “And Lance looked
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