Why This Backstreet Boy Hopes His Daughters Are Gay
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Should we call them Backstreet Men now? Since then, the Backstreet Boys have become the biggest boyband in pop history, selling million albums internationally. Their first nine albums cracked the top 10 on the US Billboard , making them the only act since Sade to do so. Stan Lee once immortalised them as comic book heroes, the Cyber Crusaders. They have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. And oh my, do they have some great tunes. Unsurprisingly, Backstreet are back, alright?
The Depressing Reason Why This Backstreet Boy Hopes His Daughters Are Gay
The Backstreet Boys show a new vulnerability in the new film documenting their entire story. Immediately some of the guys were jumping on the internet, trying to look up stuff to see if they could help. Brian has separately revealed he also suffers from dystonia, a form of disconnect between brain and vocal cords, and that these are both nervous conditions, which can be caused by stress, and the kind of hectic lifestyle that goes with selling million albums worldwide. One of the film's key scenes shows frustrated bandmate Nick Carter blowing up at Brian, shouting, "Are we going to talk about this? I can hear his voice getting better.
In an interview with Refinery 29 , the Backstreet Boy was asked how he and his wife Rochelle came up with the names for their girls Ava James, 4, and Lyric Dean, 2 months. I seriously doubt he meant to gloss over sexism. Maybe a teensy bit less if they actually live in a convent.