Backstreet Boys Re-Unite For A Live Concert From Their Living Rooms

by Angel Merchant
Backstreet Boys Re-Unite For A Live Concert From Their Living Rooms

Most of the world is under lockdown and everyone is following social distancing. So it’s not exactly ideal for singers to continue their concert tours and performances. All musicians around the world have cancelled, or postponed their concerts for a later time, due to the Coronavirus pandemic. However, the Backstreet Boys have found a way around that, and have reunited on screen.

The five members of popular backstreet boys band, got together to perform from their living rooms. They performed a socially distanced rendition of their hit song, ‘I want it that way’. The group consists of AJ McLean, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter, Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson. They pre recorded it on a video, and some of them even have guest appearances from their children. Kevin Richardson’s kids joined him in playing the drums and guitar. Carter brought in his son for a cameo right at the end by his massive pool.

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Five different videos are shown with the five different band members in their homes. A small caption comes up each time a different member is shown.

What Else?

Meanwhile, museums and national parks across the world are offering virtual tours to ease the situation. So, in case you need some digital detox, these 10 international museums are taking us on virtual tours through their eye-catching interiors to keep us relaxed during these home stuck days.

1. The Musée de l’Orangerie, Paris

If you want to witness the marvellous Claude Monet’s Water Lilies canvases, you must sneak into the gallery inside this museum in Paris.  Thanks to the online tour, it gives a 360-degree view of the artworks, arrayed in a single piece.

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Picture Credits: La Croix

2. The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles

The J. Paul Getty Museum has an impressive assortment of paintings, illustrations, photographs. figurines and manuscripts. Some of its artworks date back to the 8th century.

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Picture Credits: Getty Center

3. The MASP, Sao Paulo

This is the first modern museum in Brazil and is distinguished by its plexiglass framed artworks that seem to be hanging in the air.

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Picture Credits: Museem

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