The Backstreet Boys are still crushing the boy band game 20 years later


It’s hard to believe it’s been two decades since The Backstreet Boys delivered the most meaningful lyrics to screaming girls everywhere: “You are, my fire.”

Since they got together, BSB has sold more than 130 million albums worldwide and the group was just nominated for a Grammy.

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The guys are all dads now and their families even appeared in their new music video, “No Place,” which they performed live Friday on “Good Morning America.”

“That song’s just a tribute to the five, amazing women that hold it down,” Kevin Richardson said of their wives.

BSB is about to wrap up their residency in Las Vegas and head on tour.

The iconic boy also sang the chart-topping “I Want it That Way” to the “GMA” audience.

Before their performance, BSB revealed the one song they wish they never recorded: “If You Want It To Be Good Girl (Get Yourself A Bad Boy).”

“They love it, but we are not the biggest fans of it,” said AJ McLean.

Brian Littrell said it can be challenging heading out on tour.

“Like Kevin said, we’re all family men — we’re all married, we all have kids,” he said. “It just takes a lot of preparation and planning to get on a tour…we don’t want to miss soccer practice.”

See BSB’s full performances below!