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BACKSTREET'S BACK, WITH VIRAL VIDEOS

RCA's Backstreet Boys kept busy this week with appearances on TRL and The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon

During their recent TRL visit, the Patriot-repped group surprised MTV employees riding the elevator at TRL studios. In the segment billed the TRLevator, the BSB serenade fans riding the elevator with an impromptu performance of hits "I Want It That Way" and "As Long As You Love Me."

Todd Hensley screamed and fainted, but they may also have had to do with this week's print edition.

 

 

On Fallon, the iconic group joined The Roots and Jimmy Fallon in an undeniably-fun classroom instrument version of "I Want It That Way." 

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