Backstreet Boys: Homecoming: Live in Orlando Trailer

Backstreet Boys: Homecoming: Live in Orlando Trailer (2000)

20 December 2000

Originally televised as a pay-per-view New Year's Eve special, this video tracks an emotional performance in the Boys' native state of Florida. Filmed at an arena in Orlando, the five super-studs perform 18 hit songs. As a bonus, each Backstreet Boy sings one solo, showcasing the different vocal styles of these talented singers. Tracks include "That's the Way I Like It," "Hey Mr. DJ," "Just to be Close to You" and more.

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