Time to Compare Super Cheesy Boy Band Comeback Singles

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(BMG) Remember O-Town? They were the adorable fresh faces from the first season of MTV's reality TV show Making the Band, and the auteurs behind the wildly successful single "Liquid Dreams" (use your imagination). After a decade-long hiatus, the boys have finally released their comeback single, the overly dramatic "Skydive" (recorded sans baby-faced cutie Ashley Parker Angel, you should note) ahead of the release of their forthcoming album Lines & Circles. Have a listen to the new track: Here...Read Full Story

Aaron Carter Made Up a Ridiculous 'NKOTB Turf War' Story to Explain His Black Eye

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(Getty Images | Instagram) On Sunday, Aaron Carter treated his fans to a truly magnificent story about the origins of his black eye and bruised hand. After admitting on Twitter that he'd been "jumped," Carter posted a picture of himself looking a little worse for wear with the caption, "Eh @jordanKnight this one of your homies? He got his ass handed to him last night but his boys got me.. #Soldier."Carter then told TMZ that he'd been dining with a friend in Boston when some random dude...Read Full Story

The New Kids on the Block Recall the Time They Won a Prison Crowd Over with Smuggled Cigarettes

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This summer, the New Kids on the Block are set to embark on a much-hyped national tour with 98 Degrees and Boyz II Men in support of their new album, 10, but there was a time when gigs weren't so easy to come by. In an interview with Fresh 102.7 this week, the band recalled the strangest place they'd ever performed: Prisons. For men."We turned it out too, we rocked it out," Joey McIntyre explained. "Back in the day when we first got together... you kind of take whatever you can get. But we...Read Full Story

New Kids on the Block Keep the Choreography Simple

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Jordan Knight performs with New Kids on the Block at HMV on Oxford Street on September 8, 2008 in London, England. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images Europe) This is what happens when boy bands age.  They optimize dance moves so they could be performed in a wheelchair.  But it looks like the crowd is loving it: Where's Waldo?  Or anyone with XY chromosomes, for that matter?More pictures:Read Full Story

New Kids on the Block Perform on Good Morning America

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Singer Danny Wood of New Kids On The Block performs on NBC's "Today" at Rockefeller Center on September 4, 2008 in New York City. (Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images North America) A much easier headline for this story could have been "NKOTB Play GMA" but everyone would pretend not to know what "NKOTB" stands for. Anyway, it’s hard to decide what is most curious about this photo:1.    That NKOTB are touring without a hint of irony. 2.    That GMA was able to find enough people to make it...Read Full Story

New Kids on the Block Perform on the Today Show

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The New Kids on the Block were greeted by thousands of crazed middle-aged women Friday morning as they performed on the Today Show. Aside from the fact that their fan base has gotten much older, had children and developed both wrinkles and grey hair, it must have felt like old times.This was the first time the group had performed together, since 1994. The boy band drew out a crowd of more than 3,000, the biggest concert in the history of the Today Show.Die-hard fans waited for up to 48 hours...Read Full Story