Then vs. Now: What Boy Bands of the ’90s Look Like Today

Can you believe it's been more than twenty years since the world went crazy about "Bye Bye Bye" by NSYNC and "Everybody" by Backstreet Boys? We bet that back then you too knew all the lyrics by heart and tried to pick up their cool choreography from the video. Bright Side suddenly felt curious to see what our favorite boy band members look like today. And here's what we managed to find out.

Backstreet Boys

They became insanely popular with their debut album "Backstreet Boys" back in 1996. The group sold more than 135 million records worldwide, becoming one of the world's best-selling music artists in the history of music. According to Billboard, Backstreet Boys is the only boy band to have their first seven albums reach the top 10 on the Billboard 200 record chart.

A. J. McLean (38 years old)

Howie Dorough (43 years old)

Brian Littrell (41 years old)

Nick Carter (36 years old)

Kevin Richardson (45 years old)


Since 1996, NSYNC has sold more than 56 million records worldwide. Their self-titled debut studio album "NSYNC" was initially released in Europe. The singles from the album "I Want You Back" and "Tearing Up My Heart" became an instant success, and, of course, who doesn't remember the famous "Bye Bye Bye"?

Justin Timberlake (35 years old)

Chris Kirkpatrick (45 years old)

Joey Fatone (39 years old)

Lance Bass (37 years old)

JC Chasez (40 years old)

Take That

It all started back in 1990 when the group was formed in England. In 1992, they rose to superstardom with their debut studio album "Take That & Party," but it was only in 1995 when they did their first world tour. The band's biggest hit single "Back For Good" reached number one in 31 countries around the globe.

Gary Barlow (45 years old)

Robbie Williams (42 years old)

Mark Owen (44 years old)

Howard Donald (48 years old)

Jason Orange (46 years old)

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