On the Tuesday episode of "The Late Late Show with James Corden", the host didn't just bring back the BackStreet Boys onstage but they all performed their 1997 worldwide hit "Everybody" with matching outfits and dance steps.
Corden introduced the boyband saying "I care about this more than maybe anything else on the planet: we are bringing back boy bands," And he meant the "proper boy bands" where 5 boys composed of "the cute one, the funny one, the nice one, the other one, and the maverick who refused to play by the rules, all living together in some weird mansion in Orlando" And then he introduced "So let's bring back the top-selling boy band of all time... the Backstreet Boys!"
The host also hilariously compared boybands then and now saying "But now, they just stand onstage wearing skinny jeans and Vans sneakers-and some of them even have the audacity to pick up instruments. That is not what I want in a boy band. I want matching outfits, synchronized dancing, and way-over-budget music videos."
And to the audience surprise, Corden appeared on stage and delivered his own rendition of Nick Carter's famous line from their song "Am I sexual?". All 6, had a matching black colored outfit and even did a brief choreography.
The Backstreet Boys guested on the show to promote their upcoming trial residency at the AXIX in Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino starting in March. The show is named after their 1999 hit "Larger than Life" The group has sold more than 130 million copies of their album globally which not only made them one of the world's best-selling music artist but also the best-selling boy band in history. They are the first and only boy band to have their first nine albums reached Billboard 200's top 10. In April of 2013, the boyband received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.