All five members of New Kids On The Block reportedly will make a comeback in music industry and will announce it next month.
The arguably biggest reunion in pop history is about to happen as it is reported that members of New Kids On The Block are planning to revive their '90s popularity this year. People.com came up with the report, strengthened with the band's official site that came to life after years of laying dormant.
The group, comprised of Joey McIntyre, Donnie Wahlberg, Danny Wood and brothers Jordan and Jonathan Knight, are expected to officially announce their comeback next month. Meanwhile, the revived official site put a new copyright notice, NKOTB Inc and encouraged fans to sign up for updates.
NKOTB, deemed as the first white boy band, were gathered through an audition in 1984 and had a sucessful career since, selling well over 70 millions albums worldwide. Their pop sound was threatened to wind down after the popularity of rap started to dominate the chart in early '90s.