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Boy, oh boy! ABC is making sure viewers have a very merry holiday season. © Christopher Willard/abc Members of iconic boy bands *NSYNC, New Edition, NKOTB, Boyz II Men, 98 Degrees and O-Town are set to appear on ABC's A Very Boy Band Holiday Dec. 6
The TV network announced on Friday the new special A Very Boy Band Holiday, which will see appearances and performances from members of *NSYNC, New Edition, New Kids On The Block, Boyz II Men, 98 Degrees and O-Town.
The show, set to air Dec. 6, will see the likes of Boyz II Men's Wanya Morris, *NSYNC's Joey Fatone and Lance Bass, NKOTB's Joey McIntyre and 98 Degrees' Nick and Drew Lachey as they all "gather for a nostalgic night of merry hits," according to a release from ABC.
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*NSYNC's Fatone and Boyz II Men's Morris will also debut a new holiday song on the special.
Other boy band members slated to appear include *NSYNC's Chris Kirkpatrick, Boyz II Men's Shawn Stockman, New Edition's Michael Bivins, O-Town's Erik-Michael Estrada and 98 Degrees' Jeff Timmons and Justin Jeffre.
Several of the musical heartthrobs, beloved by fans since the '90s, appeared on social media on Friday to share a special message promoting the television event in which the singers complimented each other.
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The crooners "will rock the holidays with classic tunes and their groups' greatest holiday hits," the release said, not without the help of some special surprise guests.
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The special will include a performance of "This One's For The Children" by McIntyre and his son Griffin, along with some of the various groups' hits and a mix of classic holiday favorites like "Let It Snow," "This Christmas," "Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays" and more.
A Very Boy Band Holiday will air Monday, Dec. 6, at 8:00 p.m. EST on ABC, and will be viewable on demand thereafter on Hulu.
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“As long as we all stay together and believe in the same thing, we’ll be good," says Doug GrayDoug Gray was fresh off his tour of duty in Vietnam when he and some friends from his Spartanburg, South Carolina, home grabbed their instruments and started playing together. They pooled their money and spent $20 a month to rent practice space in a ramshackle warehouse. A local concert promoter offered them an opening spot for the Allman Brothers. It was Feb. 12, 1972, -- and the band didn't even have a name.