EXCLUSIVE: Backstreet Boys Reveal The British Inspiration Behind Reunion
Huffington Post - over 4 years
The Backstreet Boys have revealed that their inspirations for reforming and going back on the road were our very own Brit favourites Take That.
Nick Carter tells HuffPostUK, "The stars were kind of aligning anyway, but when we saw what they did, the way they were received on the road, and the fact that their new music was really good, it wasn't just some novelty thing, we began to see what could be possible."
The Backstreet Boys are most definitely back
The Back Street Boys are celebrating a scary 20 years (yes, I know!) since they first formed in 1993, and became one of the world's best-selling bands, with a string of hits including 'I Want It That Way', 'Show Me The Meaning Of Being Lonely' and the dance floor-filling 'Everybody (Back Street's Back)'.
They notched up an incredible 130 million record sales, which makes them officially the best-selling boyband in history - compare this with, for example, One Direction's estimated eight million album sales thus...
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