BSB 23 Chromosomes I Ep 10 : VIDEOS
  • March 26th, 2019
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The episode 10 of the BsB 23 Chromosomes Serie is here.
AJ speaks about the BsB videos.

Source: BsB YouTube Channel

BSB 23 Chromosomes I Ep 9 : AWARDS
  • March 21st, 2019
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The 9th episode of the #BSB23Chromosomes serie is here!!
Brian is talking about the awards they won… and about the fans support and love for so many years 😊

Source: BsB YouTube Channel

BSB 23 Chromosomes I Ep 8 : ALBUMS
  • March 19th, 2019
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The episode 8 of the BsB 23 Chromosomes Serie is here. Nick is talking about the albums…

Source: BsB YouTube Channel

BSB 23 Chromosomes I Ep 7 : FANS
  • March 14th, 2019
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The BsB just unveiled the episode 7 of the BsB 23 Chromosomes Serie…
and this one is all about us — the fans ♡

Check the others episodes about the other BsB :
Ep 04 – HOWIE
Ep 05 – KEVIN
Ep 06 – NICK

Source: BsB YouTube Channel

BSB 23 Chromosomes I Ep 3 : BRIAN
  • February 28th, 2019
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The third episode of the serie BSB 23 Chromosomes is here and its all about Brian !!!

The second episode was about AJ McLean – you can watch it HERE.

Source: BsB YouTube Channel

BSB 23 Chromosomes I Ep 1 : BROTHERHOOD
  • February 21st, 2019
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The Boys are spoiling us with a new serie of videos about their DNA called BsB 23 Chromosomes 🙂
The Episode 1 is available on YouTube since a couple of minutes and it’s all about their Brotherhood !

Source: BsB YouTube Channel

Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson Reveal Their Must-Eat Foods While on Tour
  • February 13th, 2019
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Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson dish on Chance the Rapper, favorite childhood snacks and what’s always on their rider.

For a group that’s been in the game for almost 26 years, the Backstreet Boys don’t show any signs of slowing down. So far in 2019, they’ve been busy dropping their tenth studio album, DNA; filming and promoting their new Doritos Super Bowl commercial (also featuring Chance the Rapper); giving their all on-stage in Vegas, where their residency is coming to a close in April and putting the finishing touches on the DNA World Tour, their largest arena tour in 18 years. We’d say Backstreet’s back, but have they really gone anywhere?

PEOPLE chatted with Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson, the cousins of the group, to find out what the rest of 2019 has in store for the Boys—and what they’ll be eating along the way.

Self-proclaimed foodies, the Backstreet Boys love to sample the local fare of whatever city, state or country they’re in during their downtime. “We just came from Japan, and we had some incredible meals while we were in Tokyo,” Richardson recalls. “Hibachi, Wagyu beef, sushi, a couple noodle spots…we always like to get out and experience the local cuisine.”

Sometimes, though, they’re stuck eating backstage, and for those times, they have a rider—a list of requests written into their performance contracts. And despite being the best-selling boy band of all time (with hundreds of millions of records sold, but who’s counting) the Backstreet Boys keep it pretty simple. Richardson and Littrell say chicken wings are always on the rider.

“We like to have a little protein powder, too” Richardson says. “If we want to go a little lighter, a little healthier, we’ll do a protein powder drink before we hit the stage instead of eating a big meal.”

“We also ask for a coffee maker,” Littrell adds. “That’s changed over the years. We’re getting a little older, we need a little caffeine!” he laughs.

In addition to coffee and chicken wings, the Backstreet cousins have similar snack preferences, likely due to their shared roots. Both Boys grew up in Lexington, Kentucky, and share a set of grandparents.

“When we would go over to my Papaw’s house and spend the night, Papaw always had a bag of Fritos in the cupboard,” Richardson says. “A sandwich that’s good is if you take a big old-school bologna sandwich and put some Fritos on it.” Littrell goes one step further: “Fritos dipped in peanut butter. You don’t know unless you try.”

The Backstreet Boys took their snacking habit to the Super Bowl this year, starring in the new Doritos Flamin’ Hot Nacho commercial, which features Chance the Rapper spitting Dorito-related verses on top of the Backstreet Boys’ classic hit, “I Want It That Way.”

“When they mentioned Chance the Rapper we were like ‘Oh my God,’” says Littrell, 43. “You know, it was taking an original and putting some hot sauce on it.”

No matter what their diet, Littrell and Richardson assure fans that they will always give their all on stage, and the upcoming DNA tour will be no exception. The tour, which will hit 27 countries and 43 North American cities, will be full of the same upbeat energy the Backstreet Boys are known for. It kicks off on May 11 in Lisbon, Portugal.

“We put an incredible show together to take around the world and we want to take fans down memory lane with the classic hits,” Richardson says. “And we’re also going to sprinkle in a couple of our favorites from the new DNA album.”

Fans hoping to bop to classics like “I Want It That Way” and “Everybody” are sure to be in luck, so be sure to dust off the old BSB concert tees and merch.

“We want to take fans in a time machine and transport them back to the days they didn’t have a job and bills to worry about,” Richardson says. We’re grateful, we’re blessed. We just want them to have a party with their boys.”


Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson talk parenting in the spotlight: ‘It starts at home’
  • February 13th, 2019
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20 years inside the Hollywood scene haven’t put a dent in Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson’s strong-held midwestern values.

The Backstreet Boys have had a huge 2019, hitting the Grammys this week as nominees and starring in one of the Super Bowl’s most talked-about commercials, a Doritos spot with Chance the Rapper. But despite endless opportunities to embrace a hard-partying lifestyle, Littrell and Richardson have stuck to their roots — and as parents, that choice has proven pivotal.

“I always say it starts at home,” Littrell told AOL. “Kevin and I both had very strong home-valued lives with Mom and Dad at the house, being there for you through thick and thin, through anything in life. It was just what we knew, and now as dads, I find that it’s easy to instill those rules or way of life because it’s instilled in us already.”

Littrell, 43, and Richardson, 47, who are cousins, grew up in Kentucky and were already in their early 20s when the Backstreet Boys became a household name. Both got engaged just a few years into their superstardom; Littrell to Leighanne Wallace, who he met at a music video shoot, and Richardson to Kristin Kay Willits, a Disney World co-worker he met when they were both park entertainers.

“I was the first Backstreet Boy [to become a] dad,” Littrell said. (His 16-year-old son, Baylee, is launching his own music career.) “Kevin and I grew up in church. It’s a blessing to be in the situation we are today, to be parents and well-rounded people, now just artists. We’re dads. It’s taught us a lot about life. We have a reason to work hard every day to provide for our families and teach our kids true values.”

That all said, boyband heartthrob status can never truly be escaped — especially when other parents and teachers grew up with Backstreet Boys posters on their walls.

“When you drop the kids off at carpool, you get some looks,” Richardson admitted. “It’s been real chill and relaxed and nothing crazy, but yeah, we get recognized. My littlest is like, ‘Dad, why does that woman want to hug you?'”

Today, all five of the Backstreet Boys are fathers, which makes it more difficult for them to get on the road for their upcoming DNA World Tour — but their kids have quickly managed to find the bright side.

“My five-year-old is a kid in a candy store,” Richardson said. “Every time he sees us perform he wants to get up onstage and dance. It’s a blessing.”

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61st Annual Grammy Awards
  • February 12th, 2019
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The BsB attended the Grammy Awards last Sunday (Feb 10, 2019) along with their beautiful wives!
Here’s a couple of pictures from the arrival to the red carpet 🙂

61st Annual Grammy Awards (35 photos)

The BsB Explain How They’re Still On Top After 25 Years | TIME
  • February 9th, 2019
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The Backstreet Boys explain how they’re still on top after 25 years.

Source: TIME youTube Channel

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