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Where Are They Now: The Guys From 90s Boy Bands

We're still all about boy bands and their 90s music, but sometimes we wonder what all those (now men) are up to these days. Read on to see if our dreamboats are still succeeding, and click here to learn more about what Jordan Knight has been up to.

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NKOTB's Jordan Knight

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Knight released a new solo album, titled “Unfinished.” And while he's spending the summer touring South America with the NKOTB, he's also reading the Old Navy Catalog to each and every one of us.

'NSYNC's Justin Timberlake

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He's currently filming “Runner, Runner” (starring Gemma Arterton and Ben Affleck), and getting ready to promote “Trouble with the Curve” (starring Clint Eastwood and Amy Adams) when it is released later this year.

NKOTB's Donnie Wahlberg

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He's got a pretty steady gig on CBS' "Blue Bloods," which was just renewed for a third season. But until shooting begins, he's wearing sparkly hats and belts in South America with the NKOTB.

Boyz II Men

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For Valentine's Day last year, the Boyz II Men sponsored a Love Cruise, where couples were treated to a weekend aboard a ship that traveled from Miami to Nassau, Bahamas. Passengers got to meet the group, take pictures with them, and even renew their wedding vows. They are touring together through the end of the year.

NKOTB's Joey McIntyre

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After appearing as "Groom Rory" in 2011's "New Year's Eve," Joey is letting loose in South America with the rest of his friends.

'NSYNC's JC Chasez

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JC is a judge on "America's Best Dance Crew," and he's wrapping up production on "Red Sky" (starring Shane West, Cam Gigandet and Rachel Leigh Cook). Additionally, he announced earlier this year he's planning to form an all girl group of singers, who are between the ages of 18 and 24.

98°'s Nick Lachey

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After divorcing Jessica Simpson, Nick met and married Vanessa Minnillo, and they're now expecting their first child. Additionally, he's signed on to become a contestant on the NBC reality show, "Stars Earn Stripes," where celebrities compete against each other in challenges that are inspired by real military drills.

'NSYNC's Lance Bass

He's promoting his new documentary film, "Mississippi I Am," which is about the clash between religion and homosexuality in his home state.

98°'s Drew Lachey

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After 98°, Drew Lachey appeared in the Broadway musical, "Rent," in 2005. In 2006, he and his partner Cheryl Burke were crowned the champions of the second season of "Dancing With The Stars." He then returned to Broadway and did "Spamalot" in 2008, and is now happily married with two children.


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LFO went on hiatus in 2003 so the members could work on individual projects. But in 2009, the group announced they were planning to reunite in a tour that would begin on September 23rd, 2009. But just 5 days later, they revealed on their YouTube page that they had broken up. A year later, Rich Cronin (L) passed away at the age of 36 after suffering a stroke and battling leukemia.

The Backstreet Boys

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After Nick Carter rocked his cameo on the CW's "90210," he's now gearing up for the the BSBBQ with the rest of the gang at Hersey Stadium in Pennsylvania in August.


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After releasing their eighth studio album, "Shout It Out," in 2010, they went on a tour from July through November. They took a break and then started touring again in September of 2011, and were recently seen this year on the road in Canada with Carly Rae Jepsen.


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5ive broke up in September of 2001 and the guys went their separate ways. However, they rallied together again to audition in March of 2012 on "The Voice UK," but they didn't get past the first round. At that point, they discussed reuniting as a group. Jason Brown (C) then backed out a month later, but the remaining four guys (Abs Breen, Ritchie Neville, Scott Robinson and Sean Conlon) are planning to continue on without him and are planning a tour with new material.


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BBMak broke up in 2003, and Mark Barry, Christian Burns and Stephen McNally all focused on developing solo careers. McNally (R) formed a new group called The Bleach Works, and Christian Burns (C) auditioned in the fourth season of "The X Factor." He went on to join the band, 10 Reasons To Live, and Barry (L) works as a personal trainer in Lancashire when he's not writing his own songs.