Proving you don't need to have been alive during the '80s to be inspired by them, Fifth Harmony delivered a pitch-perfect performance on MTV's 'Faking It' of iconic pop hit 'You Got It (The Right Stuff)' by New Kids on the Block.
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Thanks in part to the recent trend of boy band revivals, 2014 is starting to feel like 1997 all over again, rivalries and feuds included. Verbal shots were fired between 'N SYNC’s Joey Fatone and the Backstreet Boys’ Nick Carter, but at least one member of this conflict is ready to forgive and forget for old times’ sake.
With the recent resurgence of boy bands both new and old, we've decided to look back at our favorite boy bands of the '90s, the decade where those sweet, sweet harmonies (and even sweeter dance moves) all really started.
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If you almost climbed through your TV when the Kids' Choice Awards aired to steal Ariana Grande's '90s Nickelodeon-themed purse or have recently felt the overwhelming urge to start papering your walls with centerfold posters from Tiger Beat magazine, you're not alone. The '90s have come back with a vengeance.
New Kids on the Block and the Backstreet Boys are two of the biggest boy bands of all time, and songs highlighted here as part of March Music Madness are arguably their most successful songs. 'Step by Step' hit a chord with early '90s pop fans, while 'I Want It That Way' made its mark in the late '90s. Will it be 'Step by Step' that moves on to the next round in our Greatest Pop Song of the Modern era bracket, or will it be 'I Want It That Way'?
From once being the bone of contention between Hilary Duff and Lindsay Lohan to this? Poor Aaron Carter. The former teen sensation, little brother of Backstreet Boy Nick Carter and ex-BF of the aforementioned ladies, got popped in the face and claims that four dudes beat the crap out of him because he dared to encroach on NKOTB's turf...
NKOTB, 98 Degrees and Boyz II Men, who are on the road together as the Package Tour, brought the '90s to the 'Today' show this morning (May 30) in New York City. The boy bands, who were at their respective peaks in the 1990s, proved that they are incredibly viable two decades later by demonstrating flawless dance moves while delivering their delightfully harmonized pop.