It's just lost hope and fleeting dreams. And thankfully they were wrong," A. You might have been an avid fan of the group while growing up -- learning their songs during piano class and having the Burger King action figures of the band from when they did a Marvel comic, for instance -- but probably haven't given too too much thought to the Backstreet Boys since. If that's the case, the documentary is a surprisingly satisfying deep look into the band's early days and current status. Funny stories and pictures are shared, the trivia is often crazy the band watched porn together and relationship dynamics you really should have picked up on as a tween obsessive seem to be presented honestly for the camera. The documentary, directed by Stephen Kijak, isn't just a weak nostalgia trip, but legitimately compelling.
Backstreet Boys singer Brian Littrell has reportedly become the latest celebrity to fall victim to apparent leaked nude photos scandal. Highly personal and private photographs from his mobile phone were posted on several celebrity gossip websites yesterday. Celebrities and nude photo scandals seem to go hand-in-hand. In public interest and just for the sake of information. The nude figures photos were probably taken by the singer with his phone, during a visit at the Louvre Museum in Paris earlier this month.
By Claire Cohen. They appeared on ITV's Loose Women, announced that they're working on new material and have committed to performing shows over the next three years. Is this advert too sexy for our TV screens? Racists are alive and well in Britain - but I'm not one of them.
The new Backstreet Boys video has been circulating the web since the wee hours of the morning and we've managed, as an Internet, to agree on one thing: these Backstreet Boys sure are shirtless. Well, half of them are, anyway. McClean are naked on top, and for the life of us, we just can't figure out why. Sure, there's probably some level of cheap sex appeal in having just two members of the band bear their chests for all the young women who came of age ogling them in their robot suits and mummy make-up. You know, it's strange to think they had more restraint when it came to shirtlessness as young, dumb mega famous boy band members.