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September 28th, 2016

James Corden surprised The Late Late Show audience with The Backstreet Boys and he joined them in performing “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)”!!
Here’s the video 🙂



March 2nd, 2015

Recently, AJ interview AJ gave to the Huffington Post UK… He speaks about Brian’s vocal’s problems…
Here’s the extract…
Click HERE for the whole interview!

Backstreet Boy AJ McLean reveals he was shocked and surprised when bandmate Brian Littrell broke it to him that he had a condition, meaning he couldn’t always sing the way he used to.

AJ tells HuffPostUK that the band were recording their most recent album in a London studio, and he could tell something wasn’t right with Brian’s voice, but he was still shocked when Brian asked the rest of the band to sit down, because he needed to tell them something.

AJ remembers: “He told us he had vocal tension dysphonia, which I had never heard of in my life. Immediately some of the guys were jumping on the internet, trying to look up stuff to see if they could help.

A fly-on-the-wall documentary ‘Backstreet Boys: Show Em What You’re Made Of’ includes footage of Brian, who had one of the strongest voices in the group when they were at the peak of their success, having therapy for his condition, which constricts the vocal cords and can prevent any sound coming out. Brian has separately revealed he also suffers from dystonia, a form of disconnect between brain and vocal cords, and that these are both nervous conditions, which can be caused by stress, and the kind of hectic lifestyle that goes with selling 130 million albums worldwide.

One of the film’s key scenes shows frustrated bandmate Nick Carter blowing up at Brian, shouting, “Are we going to talk about this?” but AJ, a recovering alcoholic, says he has a lot of empathy for his afflicted bandmate.

It’s similar to what I went through,” he agrees. “It’s about working on yourself, overcoming your demons.

But it starts with him. If he doesn’t do the work, it’s never going to change.

But he’s competitive and stubborn, he’s a lion and he’ll fight. Hats off to him, he’s doing everything he can. I can hear his voice getting better.



March 2nd, 2015

Two teams – Sexy Time (Kevin and Nick ) Vs El Guapo ( Aj and Nick)
A master of ceremonies – Brian.
And some questions from Cosmopolitan UK… all this give us an hilarious video! Enjoy!! ^^

Source: Cosmopolitan UK on YouTube



March 2nd, 2015

Source: Reveal.co.uk

Backstreet Boys: “We’ve said the craziest things to each other in rows!”

Backstreet Boys fans may be slightly alarmed to know that it has been a staggering 22 years since the band first got together.

But still riding high and into their third decade in the music industry, Brian Littrell, Nick Carter, AJ McLean, Howie Dorough and Kevin Richardson have charted their success in a brand new docu-film, which took two years to record.

In the movie, Backstreet Boys: Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of, the US stars retrace their footsteps to where it all began while looking at the ups and downs that have made them the stars – and people – they are today.

Tomorrow evening, on the film’s opening night, the Backstreet Boys will take to the stage for a live performance which will be beamed via satellite to cinemas nationwide to celebrate.

Ahead if this exciting event, Reveal caught up with Brian, Nick, AJ, Howie and Kevin to chat about the highs and lows of the past 22 years…

Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of is packed with emotion. What has been the most emotional moment of your journey?
[AJ] It’s all been emotional. The fact, we’re coming up to our 22-year anniversary and that is emotional in itself. It’s been a lot of fun – we’ve had good times and bad times, but it’s got us to where we are today. And we’re still having fun!

If you could go back 22 years, what would you tell yourselves?
[AJ] Run, run as fast as you can!
[Nick] No, seriously, everything happens for a reason. We might not be sitting here talking about this documentary if we’d done anything differently. One little wrong turn and it might have derailed everything. You’ve got to take the good with the bad and you’ve got to love who you are.

So no regrets, then?
[Chiming together] No!
[Howie] Well, there was that one time…
[Brian] Oh, I know – we all should have bought stocks in Google and Apple!

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February 1st, 2015

Backstreet Boys Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, Brian Littrell, A.J. McLean, Kevin Richardson, and director Stephen Kijak discuss their documentary feature film BACKSTREET BOYS: SHOW ‘EM WHAT YOU’RE MADE OF at a press conference at the W Hollywood hotel in Los Angeles on Thursday, January 29, 2015.



January 30th, 2015

I just found and added to the gallery 34 untagged pictures from, yesterday, red carpet for BsB’ documentary- yay 🙂

L.A premiere of ‘Backstreet Boys Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of’ at ArcLight Cinemas Cinerama Dome – + 34 photos – #004 to #037




January 30th, 2015

Source: Cosmopolitan.com

Backstreet Boy Brian Littrell: “There Were Plenty of Times That I Was Fearful for My Life”

One-fifth of the BSB on the group’s new documentary Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of and the perils of being in the biggest boy band in the world.

 
By Eliza Thompson

At the start of the new documentary Backstreet Boys: Show ‘Em What You Made Of (in theaters and available on VOD today), Nick Carter says, “In the beginning, it was manufactured. There’s no doubt about it. But it’s like Pinocchio. He was manufactured, but he turned into a real boy.” This is a surprisingly great analogy for the group, who’ve spent the last few years reestablishing themselves as a band that has full control over their lives and careers. Brian Littrell — who, full disclosure, was always my favorite Backstreet Boy — chatted with Cosmopolitan.com about the movie, Lou Pearlman, and his early years in the BSB. He was every bit as charming as you imagined him back when Millennium was the only album you owned, beginning the interview by singing my name (yes, it’s my ringtone now), then quizzing me about my thoughts on the movie. Backstreet’s back, alright?

I watched the movie last night. It was really fun!
Was it just fun, Eliza? Was it just fun, or was it deep and amazing and heartfelt?

Oh, it was everything. I felt a lot of feelings.
[Laughs] Good. That’s a good thing. What’s your overall view of the film? Is it what you expected?

It was very emotional. There were parts where I was tearing up a little bit. I didn’t expect that. I thought it would be more of a concert film.
Well, that’s good. We’re getting reviews that as a Backstreet Boys fan it’s kind of uncomfortable to watch, because you don’t anticipate what you’re really gonna see. We didn’t want it to be a cushy, promotional concert film like the pop stars of today make. I mean, it is a making of a record, but it’s also a making of a career, the highs and lows, and hopefully you get that in watching it.

How much do you see the other Boys when you’re not on tour or working on an album?

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January 29th, 2015

There’s few minutes ago, the boys were interviewed by KTLA… here’s the video !

Source: ktla.com



January 29th, 2015

The BsB were interviewed for “The Seven Sees”… here’s the three videos from this interview!
In the third one, Brian is talking about his vocal issues…

Source: The Seven Sees sur YouTube



January 28th, 2015

Brian and his bandmates started the promotion of “Backstreet Boys: Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of” yesterday. They were interviewed by the Today Show, in duplex from Los Angeles.
( They were supposed to be in New York but their flight has been canceled due the storm announced in the state of NY )

Here are the videos!



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