The Backstreet Boys just surprised these fans in an elevator sing-along

July 02nd, 2018

What’s better than a Backstreet Boy sing-along with friends than singing them live with the actual band?

These fans were lucky enough to be surprised by the all-boy band in the office elevators of TRL Studios in New York City. Of course all the MTV employees instantly recognized the legends Kevin Richardson, Howie Dorough, AJ McLean, and Nick Carter!

Backstreet Boys Surprise Elevator Sing-along

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Aside from seeing the band face-to-face, they all sang along with them to classic hits like “As Long as You Love Me,” “Everybody,” and “I Want It That Way.”

One employee even joked, “Sorry, we’re never getting off [this elevator]!”

We wouldn’t too, sister.

Backstreet Boys just released their newest single, “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart,” which is their newest release in nearly five years! Feel free to have your own sing-along:

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