What Do The Backstreet Boys Look Like Now?
Check out what the Backstreet Boys look like now and rest assured- you won't be disappointed.
You'll be delighted to learn that the boys have since grown into equally attractive men since 1995, when they first began taking the world by storm. Since then they've sold over 130 million records and earned 5 Grammy nominations, and countless Billboard Awards, MTV Video Music Awards, American Music Awards, RIAA Awards, and People's Choice Awards.
Here you'll find pictures of what the Backstreet Boys look like now and well as get information on what each of them has been up to in recent years. Though you may be disappointed to learn that they are all currently married, you'll be happy to learn that they've also all welcomed children and that many of them have been involved in various projects and organizations that help give back to the world.
So come on in and check out what the Backstreet Boys look like now and find out what they've been up to!
Nick Carter has been a busy man over the past few years, working on everything from solo albums to acting gigs. In 2002, he released his first solo album called "Now or Never" which went Gold in the U.S., Japan, and Canada. In 2012, he released his second solo record "I'm Taking Off" which he accompanied with an American tour. In 2014, Nick teamed up with Kew Kids On The Block's Jordan Knight to release the album "Nick and Knight," which was accompanied by over 30 sold out shows. Nick went on tour yet again in Feb-March of 2016 to promote his next solo album "All American."
As far as movie and TV appearances, Nick starred opposite Kaley Cuoco in the 2005 horror film "The Hollow" and made a guest appearance on the newest edition of the show 90210. In 2011, he made an appearance on Dr. Phil's Show to discuss his struggle with drugs and alcohol which led to the release of his Memoir "Facing the Music and Living To Talk About It" in which he talks about how he changed his life for the better.
In 2014, Nick and his girlfriend Lauren Kitt starred in their own VH1 reality series called "I Heart Nick Carter" which chronicled their engagement all the way up to their wedding day. The next year, he would go on to place 2nd on "Dancing with the Stars," on which he and Lauren announced that they were expecting their first son Odin Reign who was born in April of 2016.
When not busy working, Nick also finds it important to give back and has partnered with organizations like United Nations Environmental Program and International Coral Reef Action Network in order to help promote environmental conservation.
AJ too has ventured out on his own as a music artist, releasing his first solo album "Have It All" in 2010, which he followed with a second called "Naked" in 2016. He's also been a guest on various TV shows such as Hollywood Squares, The Sharon Osbourne Show, Dr. Phil, The Graham Norton Show, The Oprah Winfrey show, and The X-Factor.
In 2011, AJ was married to his wife Rochelle Deanna Karidis and in November 2012, they welcomed their first daughter, Ava and welcomed their second, Lyric Dean, in March.
He also joined Nick Carter, Joey Fatone, and Carrie Keagan in the 2016 post-apocalyptic horror movie "Dead 7," on which Carter was a co-writer. The film followed the adventures of a group of gunslingers who battled a zombie outbreak in a small town.
Among all his work on the Backstreet Boys reunion albums in 2005, 2007, 2009, and 2013, Howie Dorough also released a 2011 solo album called "Back to Me." The same year, he joined Britney spears for her South American "Femme Fatale" Tour.
Amid all the work, Howie was also married in 2007 to Leigh Boniello and the two currently have two sons named James Hoke and Holden John whom they welcomed in 2008 and 2013.
Giving back is also important to Howie, as seen in his launch of the Dorough Lupus Foundation, which raises money for patients suffering from Lupus, a disease that took his sister's life in 1998. He's also helped mentor up and coming artists such as George Nozuka, Neverest and Dan Talevski, as well as managing bands such as Neverest with his company 3 Street Management.
He also started a real estate and development company with his brother John named Sweet D, Inc. and has severed a everything from the CEO to chairman of other companies including the Dorough Lupus Foundation and Howiedoit Productions, Inc.
Howie has also made various guest star appearances on shows such as "Sabrina, The Teenage Witch" and "Roswell," and voiced Santa Claus himself on an episode of the hit kid's show "Dora the Explorer."
Back in 2006, Backstreet Boys fans feared they may have seen the last of Kevin Richardson, when he left the group, explaining, "I didn't have anything left in the tank. In 2006, there were some things I wanted to do in my own life and start a family and be normal for a while... I didn't feel inspired." Fans were excited to see him rejoin the group in 2012, when he returned feeling inspired and ready to make music again.
During his BSB hiatus, he tried his hand at acting, making an appearance in a Christian TV movie called "Love Takes Wing" in 2009. In 2010 he also started in a musical film called "The Bloody Indulgent" and the drama "The Casserole Club," for which he earned an Independent Vision award for "Best Actor" in 2011.
Kevin and his wife Kristin are now also the proud parents of two sons, though he opened up on Entertainment Tonight about the struggles with fertility they went through in conceiving their second child, Maxwell Haze, who they welcomed in July of 2013.
In addition to his work with the Backstreet Boys, Brian Littrell has been making waves as a solo artist in contemporary Christian music. In 2006, he released a solo album called "Welcome Home" and has released five top 20 singles in the U.S.
In 2006, his song "In Christ Alone" won him the GMA Dove Award for Inspirational Recorded Song of the Year and went on to receive three more Doves for collaboration projects in following years. Aside from music, Littrell has also dipped into the world of acting, making his first TV appearance in the music comedy "Noche de Fiesta." Among his other acting credits are "Olive Juice" (2001), "Megalodon" (2002), and "Undateable" (2016).
Back in 1997, Brian would meet his future wife, Leigh Anne Wallace while working on the video shoot for BSB's "As Long As You Love Me." The two were married in September of 2000 in Atlanta Georgia and are both dedicated evangelical Christians. In 2002, they became the proud parents of a son named Baylee Littrell, who would go on become a Broadway acting, making his debut in a production of "Disaster!" in New York City.
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