Backstreet Boy crashes Brevard wedding!

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The letter congratulated the couple on their marriage, offered apologies for not being able to attend and thanks for “being such loyal and loving fans.”

The bottom of the letter includes the signatures of band members Brian Littrell, Nick Carter, A.J. McLean and Kevin Richardson.

A member of the wedding party then asked about the fifth member: “What about Howie D?”

At that point the couple was told: “He wanted to tell you in person.”

And with that, DJ Shane introduced the fifth member of the group as Howie D entered the reception.Dorough told the couple: “Congratulations. I’m representing everybody. I wanted to thank you guys so much for the wonderful invitation for us. I wish I was able to have all my guys here, unfortunately, it’s a little tough getting everybody from all the different states to get together, but I live in the backyard here with you guys, and I’m very honored to be here.”

Then, Dorough serenaded the newlyweds with the Backstreet Boys hit “All I Have To Give.”

A’riel Kastovich, the bride, told Howie D: “Thank you so much. This made our whole day. We are lifelong fans.”

In October, Ryan and A’riel posted a YouTube video inviting the band to their January wedding. FLORIDA TODAY shared their story in November.

In the video, the couple tells the Backstreet Boys that the group played an integral part during their childhoods, igniting the spark that drew them together.

Tom Biddix of Melbourne told his famous friend Howie Dorough, aka Howie D, about A’riel and Ryan’s big wish.

This week, Dorough confirmed he could attend the event. Biddix reached out to Timmy Vee, WA1A morning show host, to help track down the couple. Timmy Vee called FLORIDA TODAY and staff at the newspaper’s north Melbourne offices, and in conjunction with Biddix and Dorough, worked with the band’s management team to bring the couple’s wish for a Backstreet Boys’ wedding visit to life.

“I think it’s amazing that people that have been at the level (Dorough’s) been will do this kind of stuff,” Vee said. “It’s a big deal. Even though the Backstreet Boys were big in the ’90s, they were the biggest in the ’90s.”

And as for Vee’s take on the wedding crash surprise? “I’d like to know about someone who is going to be excited about me making a surprise visit to their wedding,” he said with a chuckle.


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New Staff Member!

Posted by Kate on Jan 16,2015. No Comments

Hello every one my name is Kate, I am one of Nicky’s friends and I will be here to update all the member sites as often as I can, with news, pictures and graphics. I wish you all a nice day.

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Came back again

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First of all, I’m so sorry for don’t update the site before. I was working a lot this summer with my new job and I didn’t get the time. Anyway, I’m going to try to update the site with tons of new photos & news but I need a few time to check all the photos, please, be patient. So, please, come backand enjoy the updates. Sorry for all the problems.

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Howie D talks all things Backstreet Boys

Posted by Nicky on Feb 18,2014. No Comments

THEY were the ultimate boyband back in the ’90s, adored by hoards of fans from all over the globe and now, 21 years later, they’re stronger than ever and still breaking hearts, with their latest album, In A World Like This.

Eight studio albums and a prestigious star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame are just the beginning for the band as they embark on the next 20 years of their journey.

The Mercury’s DANIELLE MORRIS spoke to Howie D from The Backstreet Boys ahead of their concert with McBusted later this year in Weston-super-Mare.

Hi Howie, what a busy year you have lined up, with the band, your family and potential solo projects, how are you finding time to manage it all?

“It sure is going to be a busy year but we’re really lucky that we all have such supportive families and friends they’re just amazing.

“We also have a great management team who keep us on track, it’s all about looking at the calendar and thinking, right, what can I do and where and then piecing it all together.

“It’s good, I’m lucky to have the boys because there’s no jealousy or holding back, when one of us says that we’re thinking about doing something; there’s so much support there’s a great sense of camaraderie. Read the rest of this entry »

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Some news!

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Hello there! First of all, I am so sorry for this big hiatus. Life is not going good right now so, I have not enough time to be online and update the site. Anyway, I am going to try to add a lot of new photos to the gallery and try to update the site again. So sorry for the problems.

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Howie Dorough at Lupus LA Orange Ball (Photos)

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Howie Dorough attends Lupus LA Orange Ball at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel on May 9, 2013 in Beverly Hills, California. You can go to the gallery to take a look to the photos. If you take them, please, credit to

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