The Backstreet Boys have finally announced their 20th Anniversary tour dates, celebrity news reports.
Are you ready?
At last, the all grown up (but still very trendy) Backstreet Boys are ready to go on another tour and celebrate two decades of music-making.
Now with their fifth member, Kevin Richardson, back in the group, the newly-reunited boys—namely Brian Litrell, Nick Carter, A.J. McLean and Howie Dorough—are ready to take a break from being fathers and husbands to perform around North America starting in August.
Hollywood news and gossip has just learned that Backstreet Boy A.J. MCLEAN recently underwent a hair transplant procedure!
Guess we won’t be seeing him in hats like these anymore…
Lots of celebrities undergo cosmetic surgery procedures to make themselves look better, but few ever own up to it… so we think it was pretty brave of the singer to admit to getting a hair transplant to correct premature baldness.
In recent star news, The Backstreet Boys dressed up in different—and funny—costumes for their own “Harlem Shake” clip.
Check them out:
This time, the reunited ’90s boyband decided to join the “Harlem Shake” bandwagon by making their own video and wearing hilarious costumes—an Energizer bunny suit, Spider-Man suit, a Dr. Seuss hat, a Star Wars helmet and Captain America with a tutu.
RYAN GOSLING could be a potential Backstreet Boy, at least according to one of its members, A. J. MCLEAN.
Can you imagine?
In a recent interview with celebrity news about his new movie “Gangster Squad,” Ryan Gosling joked about reaching out to the recently-reunited Backstreet Boys, especially to A.J. McLean who was his neighbor during Ryan‘s pre-teen days on the ”Mickey Mouse Club.”
Apparently, when the handsome actor realized that he was terribly wrong about doubting the boy band’s success, he immediately thought of joining them but they ”we’re not returning [his] calls.”
The Backstreet Boys reunited as a 5-piece group after six years and performed some of their greatest hits in front of a live audience on “Good Morning America” on Friday.
YES, THEY’RE BACK!!
Just when you thought it was impossible. The Backstreet Boys finally made their much-awaited comeback as a 5-piece band, before Brian Litrell, Nick Carter, Howie Dorough and AJ McLean were left to keep the 90s and early 2000s “BSB” spirit alive.
The Backstreet Boys finally reunite with their fifth member, KEVIN RICHARDSON, making them the original five-piece boy band that we’ve learned to love since the 90s.
After hinting at a band reunion to Ryan Seacrest and celebrity news months ago, The Backstreet Boys has finally announced their much-awaited completion as a five member boy band—how they were before member Kevin Richardson left them in 2006—and just in time for their 2012 mid-year comeback!