Backstreet Boys Are Doing Their Part to Fight Homelessness in NYC: 'We Can Affect Change'
Backstreet Boys are giving back! "This all came about from watching the reaction to the subway singalong video that Joel Wertheimer posted. Joel took this viral magical moment to spotlight to an organization close to his heart - the Coalition for the Homeless," Carter explained. "Were so excited to be able to help bring awareness to the issue of homelessness around the world and hopeful that as a group we can affect change." RELATED CONTENT:Brian and Baylee Littrell Talk Sharing the Backstreet Boys' Stage During 'DNA World Tour' (Exclusive)Backstreet Boys Reflect on 20th Anniversary of 'Millennium': 'TRL,' 'Star Wars,' Ghosted by Puffy (Exclusive)Watch the Backstreet Boys Bring Their Wives on Stage for Emotional Serenade During Final Las Vegas Show
Brian and Baylee Littrell Talk Sharing the Backstreet Boys' Stage During 'DNA World
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