- Published on Monday, July 30 2012
- Written by Sarah Osman
Remember that hit? It’s time to get ready for the return of '90s boys band as the king of them all -- Backstreet Boys -- prepare for their reunion. Yes, all five members of the band, including Kevin Richardson, who left the band in 2006, have come together to play a show in Central Park on August 31. The show will be the group’s first all together in six years, and will be televised on ABC’s “Good Morning America.”
And that’s not all. The fabulous five are working on their 8th studio album, set to be released in spring 2013. The new album will commemorate the band’s 20 anniversary. The boys are currently hard at work with producer Martin Terefe in London.
And speaking of '90s bands, the boys aren’t the only ones having all the fun. The powerhouse singers behind “girl power,” the Spice Girls, will officially be performing at the Closing Ceremonies of the London Olympics! All five Girls will hit the stage, and you can bet that “Wannabe” will be included as one of the two songs that they will play. The Closing Ceremonies are also set to include The Who, Jessie J, and George Michael. The ladies have also been busy promoting Viva Forever!, a musical which featuring their hit songs, set to be released at London’s Piccadilly Theatre on December 11.
Now, here’s what I really want to know: When will N’Sync finally reunite?
Which '90s act would YOU like to see get back together?
- Sarah Osman, YH Staff