’90s boy groups get together for “A Very Boy Band Holiday”.
While mom may still be concerned about what her kids are watching on TV, a special about ’90s boy groups’ parties is coming this year. Christmas is a time to spend with family, eat great food and watch great specials on TV. Mom usually looks on the internet to see what specials would entertain and bring joy to her kids, and while she loves them too, a new special can be perfect for mom as it will remind her of days gone by. She may even try to involve her older children in her music, which they probably think is “retro”.
The special will air on ABC on December 6 and there’s a boy group for everyone. If you’re waiting to find out who will make an appearance, don’t wait any longer. The special will feature appearances by members of
- * NSYNC
- New edition
- New Kids On The Block
- Boyz II Men
- 98 degrees
The only downside is that we won’t see full bands coming together, but every boy band lends at least one singer to the show. * NSYNC will see Joey Fatone and Lance Bass, NKOTB will see Joey McIntyre and 98 Degrees will see brothers Nick and Drew Lachey, together again. There will also be a new holiday song created by Joey Fatone and Boyz II Men’s Wanya Morris. The show will feature appearances from other members of the group, but they won’t have a starring role, so you’ll have to watch them closely to catch them all.
In a statement for the special, the network said the singers will all rock the holidays with classic tunes and the vacation biggest hits of the individual groups. It’s definitely a show you don’t want to miss, even if you save it for once the kids are in bed. Pull out the comfy blanket, pour a glass of hot chocolate (or wine – because we’re quite old now), and settle in to remember your past. The only downside is that when you see how old these stars are, you may feel a bit older too. The show starts at 8:00 p.m. but it will be available after on demand and Hulu for anyone who missed it.
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