The Backstreet Boys brought in some very special guests at their Hollywood Bowl show on Tuesday — their “Backstreet Babies.”
The band – made up of Kevin Richardson, Brian Littrell, Nick Carter, AJ McLean and Howie Dorough – surprised fans on Tuesday night when they brought their kids to perform their song ‘No Place’.
Richardson was accompanied by his sons Mason, 14, and Max, 8. Carter, who is a father of three, brought out his 6-year-old son, Odin, and 2-year-old daughter, Saoirse. Her one-year-old daughter, Pearl, did not make an appearance.
McLean had daughters Ava, 9, and Lyric, 5, while Dorough sang alongside sons James, 13, and Holden, 9. Littrell’s 19-year-old country singer son Baylee, who previously opened for the band on their 2019 North American leg of their tour.
McLean left his daughters since the verses of the song from his microphone, as the other children also sang alongside their famous fathers.
“These are our babies. Everyone here, we all grew up together. You all have families, we have families. Thank you all for being part of the Backstreet family for 29 years, almost 30 years,” Richardson said. to the crowd after the song. “Thank you very much. We love you, we appreciate you and we’ve been a little busy as you can see.
McLean added: “We are launching a whole new generation of Backstreet Boys fans. A great group.
The boy band’s family is also featured in the music video for their song, which is featured on their latest album, “DNA.”
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The band also posted photos from their Los Angeles concert on Instagram, writing, “The Hollywood Bowl show last night is one we will never forget. There were too many special moments to count, but one of them was having our little Backstreet family on stage with us. Thanks to each and every one of you for making this magical.
Carter added on his own profile: “Still processing the show last night. Sharing these moments with you – the fans, my family and the boys is such a memorable thing. Thank you for being a part of #BSBARMY and for keep Backstreet pride alive.
McLean posted on his Instagram: “Look who came out to support their daddy! I hope I made you proud. Love my girls! with Dorough writing alongside photos of him and his sons, “Last night was nothing short of spectacular. Grateful forever.”
The Backstreet Boys kicked off their DNA World Tour in San Diego on Saturday, returning to the stage after postponing shows in 2020 amid the pandemic.
“Our show is for everyone, at all ages. We have fans from five to 85 who come,” McLean told TODAY in April ahead of their shows in Las Vegas ahead of their tour. “Every song is different for everyone and whatever that song is, I’m sure takes that person back to a very specific moment in their personal life… whatever that feeling, you know, that, again, is a testimony to music.”