Backstreet Boys Complete Las Vegas Residency With Tributes to Wives
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During their final show at the Planet Hollywood and Casino after a nearly two-year run, the veteran boyband also brings in Lance Bass of NSYNC to perform their hit single, 'I Want It That Way'.

AceShowbiz - The Backstreet Boys closed out their 81-gig Las Vegas residency with an emotional show at the Planet Hollywood & Casino on Saturday night (April 27).

The veteran boy band teamed up with NSYNC star Lance Bass for their hit "I Want It That Way" and paid tributes to their wives as they brought the nearly two-year run of concerts to an end.

"It's been pretty incredible," A.J. McLean told fans. "On behalf of myself and the boys, I want to thank everybody here that's made this two-year journey so pleasurable", while bandmate Nick Carter added, "Vegas has changed the Backstreet Boys' lives."

The highlight of the last show came during a performance of "Shape of My Heart", when the bandmates each handed their wives roses on bended knee.

"You guys have honestly blessed our lives so much," Brian Littrell said as he fought back tears.

But the Backstreet Boys haven't closed the door on a possible return to Sin City for another run of shows, as A.J. explained, stating, "God willing, if you want us back, Vegas, we'd love to come back, and we hope to see you down the road."

The group will be back onstage next month when its "DNA World Tour" begins.

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