Rock Your Body! Nick Carter Joins Dancing with the Stars Season 21

Backstreet’s back, all right!

Boy band heartthrob Nick Carter will compete on Dancing with the Stars, ABC announced Wednesday.

“We’re not playing games with your heart - @NickCarter is on this season of #dwts!” the show’s official account Tweeted.

Amy Schumer is a Backstreet Boys Fan - And She's Got the Moves to Prove It!

Not to say that Amy Schumer was a closed book before, but we’ve certainly learned a few things about the comedienne during her current vacation.

On Friday, she came out as a Backstreet Boys fan.

Schumer shared a hilarious video of herself jamming to the classic ’90s boy band while on a boat in Central Europe.

Backstreet's Back – with 'NSYNC and a Zombie Movie

The biggest boy band rivalry of the century has, apparently, come to an end.

Members of ’90s megagroups the Backstreet Boys and ‘NSYNC are joining forces to make – what else – a zombie movie.

Every Pop Song You've Ever Loved Was Created by This One Man

Every pop star out there knows that if they want their song to be a hit, all they need to do is call Max Martin.

The Swedish super-producer behind some of the biggest and most iconic pop songs of all time recently earned his 20th No. 1 single when Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” reached the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100.

How AJ McLean Hopes to Inspire Change with New Song

AJ McLean’s new song is officially on repeat.

The Backstreet Boys member has released “Live Together,” a new song that features longtime friend and music producer Jordan Omley.

Bring on the Screams: 5 Unforgettable VMA Boy Band Moments

'Mambo No. 5' is the Most Popular 'Guilty Pleasure Song,' According to Spotify

What’s your guilty pleasure song? The one you crank in private but deny in public?

Whatever it is, Spotify’s got you covered: The streaming music service recently analyzed over 120,000 “Guilty Pleasure” playlists from users and sent the data our way. The results may surprise you.

From the top, the five most popular guilty pleasure songs are:

Now That's What I Call Music 7 Turns 13: Where Are the 2001 Hitmakers Now?

July 31, 2001, may not seem like a special date to many, but some Top 40 aficionados will remember it as the day Now That’s What I Call Music 7 hit shelves and enlivened music lovers of all tastes with their favorite summer jams. Released just a few months before the arrival of the first iPod, this is the last Now album to find its home solely in the slot of Walkmans and CD players across the country.

Backstreet Boys Cancel Israel Concerts for Security Concerns

Crazy in Love: See This Groom Surprise His Bride with a Choreographed Beyoncé Dance

If you prefer the men doing your choreographed Beyoncé routines to wear suits rather than high-heeled boots, then Sean Rajaee has the wedding dance for you.