Backstreet Boys (Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson, Brian Littrell, AJ McLean and Howie Dorough) introduced some feathered enjoyable to The Tonight Show on Thursday evening (Jan. 24).
First, in a distinctive interpretation of “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back),” the group carried out the pop anthem sporting yellow hen costumes alongside host Jimmy Fallon. The boy band and Fallon enthusiastically clucked their manner by the '90s traditional, dancing to the energetic beat with synchronized chicken-move choreography.
That wasn’t the final of the hilarious costumes, although, as Fallon and the BSB took to the Midtown Manhattan streets for a (you guessed it) chicken-crosses-the-road-inspired skit. “Oh man, we gotta do it,” Fallon mentioned as they stood exterior of the Rockefeller sidewalk. “We should get to the opposite aspect.” (After they efficiently crossed the road, the skit ended with the hen clad group crossing proper again.)
After the enjoyable and video games, the Backstreet Boys stepped again on stage, this time performing their newest single "Chances" from their recently-released album DNA. Wearing color-coordinated grey and black outfits, the group harmonized to the midtempo pop monitor on a minimalist set.
Watch the Backstreet Boys' look on The Tonight Show beneath.