ET ONLINE II Watch the Backstreet Boys Bring Their Wives on Stage for Emotional Serenade During Final Las Vegas Show
  • April 29th, 2019
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Source: ETOnline.com

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“Give it up for our wives, ladies and gentlemen! They are the true backbones of the Backstreet Boys.”

With that, Howie Dorough and his bandmates concluded adorably serenading their gorgeous wives at the final Backstreet Boys Larger Than Life residency show at Planet Hollywood’s Zappos Theater in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Saturday night.

While the quintet has usually pulled fans or celebrity guests — including magician and illusionist Criss Angel the previous night — onto the stage at the end of “Shape of My Heart,” the final concert saw them head down to the theater’s VIP tables to their loves and escort them up to the stage.

AJ McLean, 41, and his wife, Rochelle, led the way, with the mom of two — who recently appeared in McLean’s “Boy and a Man” video — wearing a Backstreet Boys T-shirt and appearing emotional by the ballad’s end.

Nick Carter, 39, and his wife, Lauren, followed, with Lauren also rocking Backstreet Boys merchandise along with light blue hair, then smiling and glowing as Carter — with whom she recently celebrated her fifth wedding anniversary — sweetly sang to her.

Dorough, 45, came next with his stunning wife, Leigh, who slayed, strutting down the catwalk while dancing in a sexy white dress during another epic moment from a celebratory weekend which also saw the couple party it up at Tiesto’s show on Thursday night and Calvin Harris’ gig on Friday. “It’s her birthday next week so we’re going to be celebrating all weekend!” Dorough told ET before the show.

Kevin Richardson, 47, followed with his blonde beauty, Kristin, who appeared to be having a blast singing along as the two hit the spotlight. Last but not least was Richardson’s 44-year-old cousin, Brian Littrell, whose wife, Leighanne, sweetly handed out roses to fans as she made her way to the stage.

At the song’s end, the five singers, who have been together for more than 25 years, dropped to their knees before handing the ladies roses.


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PEOPLE II Backstreet Boys Play Final Las Vegas Residency Show After Two-Year Run: ‘We’d Love to Come Back’
  • April 28th, 2019
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Source: PEOPLE.com

More than two years after beginning their Larger Than Life Las Vegas residency, the Backstreet Boys have waved goodbye to Sin City.

“It’s been pretty incredible,” AJ McLean told the sold-out crowd on Saturday for the group’s swan song. “On behalf of myself and the boys, I want to thank everybody here that’s made this two-year journey so pleasurable.”

As expected, the night was emotionally charged with the group often making references to their last Vegas act — Kevin Richardson called it “an amazing ride”; Howie Dorough said, “We always love coming to Vegas”; Nick Carter added, “Vegas has changed the Backstreet Boys’ lives.”

Like the pros they are, the group breezed through a two-hour set list of hit songs from their career, but the highlight of the final evening came when the men brought their wives to the stage during “Shape of My Heart,” handing each of them a rose while on bended knee.

Also in attendance was ‘NSYNC’s Lance Bass, who sang “I Want It That Way” with McLean from the audience.

Still, the significance of the night heavily hung in the air during the duration of the show. “I’m not going to get emotional,” Brian Littrell told the crowd.

“I’m not going to cry. I’d like to, because you guys have honestly blessed our lives so much.”

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