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The Backstreet Boys did confess that Nick and the women had only an hour to learn their dance routine."Nick seemed to have a lot of fun," one eyewitness tells E! Backstreet Boys (Aj Mclean, Howie D., Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson and Brian Littrell) attending the 52nd Academy Of Country Music Awards at the T-Mobile Arena - Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Sunday 2nd April 2017A. Mc Lean, Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, Kevin Richardson and Brian Littrell of The Backstreet Boys host 'Larger Than Life' Afterparty held at Chateau Nightclub & Rooftop inside Paris Hotel & Casino - Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Wednesday 1st March 2017Backstreet Boys: Show 'Em What You're Made Of is in cinemas nationwide for one night only on 26th February, followed by a special performance by the band broadcast live by satellite.’ the imprint of which remains on her parents’ garage floor, in red paint, to this day).The premise of the film is simple: BSB haven’t performed together – as a five piece – for seven years.The band don’t shy away from the subject of Lou Pearlman, their first manager and ‘surrogate father’ who ran a 0million Ponzi scheme, for which he is still in jail. How will the story stack up against the greatest films about business?The band sued him for loss of earnings (basically he screwed them out of millions) in 1997. Mc Lean, now 37 and a recovered alcohol and drug addict. On visiting his primary school, Nick Carter bursts into tears and recalls how his parents used to fire guns at each other at home. Yet, all the while, here were five men struggling with their identities and addictions, unnoticed by millions of former fans (I think this is what my friend meant when she whispered “I’m so ashamed right now” – but I can’t be sure). Because as my teenage-self sat watching CDUK and fantasising about dating Nick Carter in 1997 (scream), I could never imagined that, years later, I’d see him say this on the big screen: “I was 17-years-old and had everything at my fingertips - all the girls I wanted [laughter].” Much less hear Richardson deliver: “Can you give me a blow job? I leave, relieved to have stepped off the Backstreet rollercoaster. So watch Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of, if you crave nostalgic nourishment. Cue lots of cringe-worthy fuzzy footage from their early high school tours and emotional visits to each of their hometowns, to ‘strengthen the bond’.
(Her credentials: two BSB concerts, accompanied by a homemade banner that read ‘Nick, B-rock, Kev, AJ and Howie, luv ya loads, got time for a quickie?
Full disclosure: I was a bit of a BSB fan in the late 1990s.
I wasn’t scaling their tour bus, like many of the fans we see in the film. But I certainly had a poster on my bedroom wall and the words to Quit Playing Games With My Heart committed to memory.
Still, they are energetic and ready for the challenge of taking the world by storm all over again.
To prepare for their 20th anniversary tour in 2013, Backstreet Boys A. Mc Lean, Brian Littrell, Howie Dorough, Kevin Richardson and Nick Carter travel to London to record a new album outside the limelight.