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A Christmas special featuring the Backstreet Boys that was supposed to air on ABC next week has been cancelled by the network after a rape lawsuit was filed against Nick Carter on Thursday.

A Very Backstreet Holiday, which was filmed in Los Angeles, was going to feature all five of the boy band members and they were going to perform songs from their 10th album A Very Backstreet Christmas.

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Nick Carter of the popular boy band the Backstreet Boys is being accused of raping a then-17-year-old fan at a 2001 concert, according to the alleged victim who came forward on Thursday.

In a press conference that was Facebook live-streamed, Shannon "Shay" Ruth detailed the alleged incident that happened after Carter invited her back onto the tour bus in Tacoma, Washington.

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Nick Carter and the rest of the Backstreet Boys mourned his late brother, Aaron Carter, in a moving moment on stage in London Sunday, just one day after the pop star's death.

Aaron Carter was found dead at his home in California on Saturday at the age of 34.

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The Backstreet Boys recently met up with two Canadian icons while they were in Toronto and AJ McLean spilled the tea.

In an interview with ET Canada, the boyband member shared that while it was pretty cool that Drake joined them on stage to sing "I Want It That Way," it was actually Annie Murphy he was jazzed to meet.

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If you're a fan of the Backstreet Boys and Schitt's Creek, listen up: AJ McLean and Annie Murphy just met after one of the boy band's concerts in Toronto and paid homage to the sitcom (and no, they didn't sing "A Little Bit Alexis" together).

On Sunday, July 3, Backstreet Boys' AJ McLean shared a video of himself and his "new friend", Annie Murphy, acting out one of the most iconic lines from Schitt's Creek that has pretty much ingrained itself in Canadian slang.

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