New Kids On The Block and Backstreet Boys rocked the 2010 AMA's with a mash-up of their former hits, leaving fans wanting more of this boyband super group.
New Kids On The Block and Backstreet Boys, which are now apparently calling themselves "N-K-O-T-B-S-B," performed a five minute montage of their biggest hits together on stage at the 2010 American Music Awards Sunday night.
The two former boybands have had their ups and downs, including personal struggles with individuals inside the groups, but now they're back and ready to rock.
New Kids On The Block and Backstreet Boys gave fans a little taste of what their upcoming tour will be like.
"It's gonna be exactly what they see on the tour," New Kid Jordan Knight said of the 2010 AMA performance. "I think a lot of people, when they hear New Kids are going on tour with the Backstreet Boys, they think we're gonna, like, [face] off. We're gonna be some kind of rivalry. But that's not the case. They're gonna see tonight onstage that it's a collaboration, that we get along and you'll see it on our performance."
While there only a handful of dates for the New Kids on The Block/Backstreet Boys upcoming tour, which don't include Cleveland or Ohio, if things go well, it's assumed that more dates will be announced. What were your thoughts on the KNOTBSB performance at the 2010 AMA's? Leave your comments below.