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Backstreet Boys And *NSYNC Combine On Stage In The Best Way

Try to pin them against each other all you want, but the two biggest boy bands in the world have nothing but love for each other and we have the evidence to back that up.

When former *NSYNC member Joey Fatone went to the Backstreet Boys new Vegas show, he got a little bit more than he bargained for!

AJ McLean found him in the audience and dragged him on stage, but Joey wasn't just going to take this without having some fun of his own.

After scooping up McLean into his arms, he lets the boys serenade him for a moment before giving Nick Carter a big ol' smooch right on the lips!

Fans captured the whole thing on camera and it really is so fun to see all your favorite 90s boy bands members ignoring the forced drama and just supporting their friends. No rivalry here!

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