06:52 PM EDT 09/03/2015
Originally posted 08/26/2015 10:35AM
Backstreet's back, all right!
Boy band heartthrob Nick Carter will compete on Dancing with the Stars, ABC announced Wednesday.
"We're not playing games with your heart - @NickCarter is on this season of #dwts!" the show's official account Tweeted.
The Backstreet Boys singer shared the news with a video of his vintage moves. "You ain't seen nothing yet," he posted.
Originally posted 08/07/2015 07:45PM
Not to say that Amy Schumer was a closed book before, but we've certainly learned a few things about the comedienne during her current vacation.
Originally posted 07/13/2015 09:25AM
The biggest boy band rivalry of the century has, apparently, come to an end.
Originally posted 05/29/2015 03:30PM
Every pop star out there knows that if they want their song to be a hit, all they need to do is call Max Martin.
Originally posted 05/12/2015 12:55PM
AJ McLean's new song is officially on repeat.
Originally posted 11/11/2014 08:05AM
"I leave on tour in April, so we're thinking right around April we'll make a baby," he tells PEOPLE
Originally posted 09/23/2014 09:35AM
"She has never seen me perform live, so I have no idea how she knows it's my voice," he tells PEOPLE of his daughter hearing his music
Originally posted 08/21/2014 11:00AM
Get ready for another potential OMG boy band moment: 5 Seconds of Summer is about to make its debut on the MTV Video Music Awards.
The Australian pop-punk-loving quartet of tousle-haired hunks (whose members don't consider themselves a boy band) will make its debut Sunday on MTV's over-the-top annual celebration. Boy bands have a long history of VMAs hysteria and much-hyped appearances (think 'N Sync and its 2013 reunion rumors). 5SOS rides the release of a hit album and an opening gig on One Direction's stadium tour into its appearance at the Forum in Inglewood, California.
Originally posted 07/30/2014 03:15PM
What's your guilty pleasure song? The one you crank in private but deny in public?
Originally posted 07/29/2014 12:35PM
July 31, 2001, may not seem like a special date to many, but some Top 40 aficionados will remember it as the day Now That's What I Call Music 7 hit shelves and enlivened music lovers of all tastes with their favorite summer jams. Released just a few months before the arrival of the first iPod, this is the last Now album to find its home solely in the slot of Walkmans and CD players across the country.
Thirteen years later, we're up to Now 51 and can get any song we want on our smartphones, but that doesn't mean we should forget the pre-selected simplicity Now 7 brought to teen drivers, road trippers and daily commuters back in 2001. To celebrate this compilation's birthday, we checked up on each of the 19 artists that contributed to this mix of boy bands and pop queens.
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