The Backstreet Boys Performed with All Their Kids & It’s So Cute

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We’ve all come a long way since our boy band years—no one more so than the band members themselves! If you were reliving your glory days this past weekend by attending The Backstreet Boys concert at the Hollywood Bowl, you were treated to a look at the five-some in their updated roles as dads.

During the L.A. stop of their DNA World Tour, the band surprised fans with a special rendition of their hit, “No Place,” and invited their kids to sing along. There were plenty of kiddos between them, who could very well form their own band; the entourage included Brian Littrell’s son, Baylee; AJ McClean’s kids, Ava and Lyric; Nick Carter’s children, Odin and Saorise; Howie Dorough’s sons, James and Holden; and Kevin Richardson’s sons, Mason and Maxwell.


As the group began their song, their littles came out on stage. The Boys didn’t break their stride, singing directly to their own kids, many of which came out in matching black and red bomber jackets.

If you’re already a BSB fan, you’ll know that their music video for “No Place” is an homage to the band’s family life, complete with wives and kids. Having them on stage for the song live in concert just made sense!

After the song, Richardson shared, “These are our babies. Everybody in here, we all grew up together. Y’all have families, we have families. Thank you all for being a part of the Backstreet family going on 29 years, almost 30 years. Thank you so much. We love you, we appreciate you, and we’ve been a little busy as you can see.”

“We’re starting a whole new generation of Backstreet Boys fans—a supergroup,” said McClean. Can we come too?


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