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10 Backstreet Boys Music Videos That Will Make You Say "What Were They Thinking?"

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Some say the Backstreet Boys have never left, but who cares because it is time to yell out: Backstreet's Back, ALRIGHT!

The band will be celebrating their 25th anniversary next year. That's right, 25! To celebrate this monumental occasion the boys are hitting the road on a worldwide tour and we couldn't be more excited.

Not everyone can make it all the way out to Las Vegas to enjoy their epic performances, so at least this way they can come to us instead! Everyone needs some more BSB in their life.

Can you believe it's nearly 25 years of Backstreet Boys? It feels like it was just yesterday we were watching the music video to Get Down and ignoring the inappropriate content of the song. They had a lot of amazing hits over the years, some more popular than others, but the music videos they produced were absolute perfection.

Let's go through the best ones that we used to love so much.

I Want It That Way

Does anyone really know what that way really is? Probably not, but the song is great and the music video is cheesy and perfect. Those white outfits are ICONIC. Also, there is a lot of facial hair choices that are pretty distinctive... Looking at you Howie, nice chin strap.

Everybody

This might be the best music video ever made. There is a whole story to it and it's just fantastic. It has some of the funniest outfits imaginable (Kevin, why are you wearing only sleeves), all the boys get turned into different monsters, and then there is the best dance EVER.

As Long As You Love Me

Weirdest screen test ever right? I don't think that is how casting is supposed to work. But getting a chance to see the boys goof off was the best.

Larger Than Life

So this one was BSB in space and that was fun. Also, AJ is wearing a crop top for the dance portion so that is an interesting moment. They fight off some other people while dancing because there is no better way to defend yourself.

Get Down

Remember when music videos could just be a weird dome with the people dancing in the middle? So simple, yet so perfect. The best part is just watching all their group shots but if you watch the faces in the background. It's pretty amazing.

There are even more amazing treasures to help you remember the best boy band ever, click to the next page to see the rest.

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