The Backstreet Boys land in SA; Check out what they are up to in Cape Town
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American vocal group, the Backstreet Boys, have arrived in South Africa, where they will be getting ready for their forthcoming performances on their globe tour.
The members of the boyband, which include Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, AJ McLean, and the cousins Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson, landed in Cape Town over the weekend and are “starting to venture out” after obtaining some much-needed rest. The members of the boyband include Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, AJ McLean, and the cousins Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson.
They traveled all the way from Bahrain to Cape Town, and their first stop was at the city’s stadium when they got there. They witnessed the Stormers defeat the Connacht side from Ireland by a score of 43–25, which secured a spot for the Stormers in the final of the United Rugby Championship (URC) for the second year in a row.
“Backstreet Boys, it’s great to have you here in South Africa.” “It’s great to have you here in South Africa.”A video was published on the Instagram account of Big Concerts, along with a message that reads, “We are overjoyed to have you with us.” The statement is attached to the video.
For his part, Nick Carter has been utilising his own social media accounts in order to chronicle various elements of the journey that they are now on in Cape Town.
Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, and AJ McLean, together with their cousins Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson, are the members of the American singing trio known as Backstreet Boys.
In 1993, in Orlando, Florida, they got their start as a band. Backstreet Boys was the group’s first album to be released internationally, and it catapulted them to popularity.