The Backstreet Boys Reunite For New Album
The boys are back in town. The Backstreet Boys are preparing their fifth studio album in their two-decade career, they announced today on Good Morning America. “We're really excited — this actually is our first time in the studio together, all five of us, since 2005,” said Howie Dorough, 38. The Backstreet Boys will be performing together for the first time since 2006 as part of GMA’s 2012 Summer Concert Series in Central Park.
The news came via satellite from London, where the group is recording and living together. “We wake up. We have breakfast together. We're not sick of each other at all,” Nick Carter (32, pictured), told GMA. “It's awesome. It really is. The vibe is fantastic.”
The album will be released next year in celebration of the original boy band’s 20th anniversary, which also includes Brian Littrell, 37, and AJ McLean, 34. The group’s fifth member, Kevin Richardson, 40, will be returning from a six-year hiatus to complete the reunion.
Catch their performance on Good Morning America on August 31.