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Backstreet Boys’ Nick Carter impressed with Bills’ shirtless song rendition | Buffalo Bills News | NFL

The Backstreet Boys’ Nick Carter was impressed with the shirtless rendition of “I Want It That Way” by four Bills rookie offensive linemen that went viral when wide receiver Stefon Diggs shared the video on Thursday.

The quartet of Luke Tenuta, Derek Kerstetter, Tanner Owen and Alec Anderson appeared to sing as part of a rookie ritual. You can see the game movie spinning on the screen behind them.

Quarterback Josh Allen, seated in the front row, flashed his cellphone as if he were at a concert.

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Carter was born in Jamestown and his parents owned a bar, Yankee Rebel, in Westfield.

Carter showed his WNY roots during a July 3 performance at the Darien Lake Amphitheater when he predicted the Bills would win the Super Bowl, however, he acknowledged he was a Tampa Bay Buccaneers fan . Carter said he had the Bills “in my heart”.

“When I was a very small kid, I grew up watching the Buffalo Bills,” Carter said. “I will make a prediction right away. Go ahead, put it in your phones. Save it here and put it on the Internet. The Buffalo Bills are going to win the Super Bowl this year. I call him. You heard it here. Mark the date. The day before the 4th of July. Nick Carter called him.”

Tenuta is a sixth-round pick from Virginia Tech. Kerstetter (Texas), Owen (NW Missouri St) and Anderson (UCA) are undrafted free agents.

Now that Carter has weighed in, Katherine Fitzgerald provides the performance newscast: