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Nsync Claims They Were Better Than The Backstreet Boys And We Are Not Okay With It

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Hollywood Life / Super Teen Magazine

When I was growing up, there was one band that was my one desire. That's right, Backstreet Boys were my everything. I knew every word, I knew a lot of the dance moves, and I could still tell you all of their full names.

However, the 90s were a troubling time. Everywhere you looked, people were trying to make something controversial. They didn't want to just enjoy that glorious pop music, they wanted to pit the bands against each other.

When *NSYNC entered the pop music game, everyone had to pick a side. Were you loyal to BSB, or were you really into this new group *NSYNC?

NSYNC VS Backstreet Boys
IT! / Teen Beat

Personally, I stayed with BSB, but a lot of my friends ected to the other side, and claimed that their band was just better. Obviously that was nonsense, because I knew the truth even though I never said it out loud: both bands were very good.

In the safety of my bedroom I could switch between "Quit Playing Games With My Heart" and "It's Gonna Be Me" as much as I wanted, and the only person who would know was my cat, who I am pretty sure thought I was insane.

The thing was, the groups themselves always said that they got along fine and they didn't really believe that there was this big beef that everyone was giving them. The boys were all so sweet to each other, but recently it got a little bit controversial.

In an interview celebrating the 20th anniversary of *NSYNC, the band members seemed to have some questionable opinions and maybe cloudy memories of their stardom...

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