Donnie Wahlberg and Joey McIntyre Attend Super Bowl Party
"In baseball and basketball, when you have a best-of-seven championship, the best team always wins," said former New Kid on the Block Donnie Wahlberg. "But with football it's one game and sometimes the worst team can come away with a victory."
Wahlberg's boy band bro Joey McIntyre concurred.
"Even a 10-6 team can win the Super Bowl," McIntyre said.
NEW KIDS RETURN
February 3, 2008 -- THE New Kids on the Block reunion is much further along than the group would care to admit. Although the early-'90s boy-band sensations aren't ready yet to announce they're preparing for a comeback, a source says Donnie Wahlberg, Joey McIntyre and Jonathan Knight have been secretly working with legendary music manager Irving Azoff. "They've been going to a studio in Orlando and recording the album. It's just about done," says our source.
New Kids on the Block BACK!
Twenty years ago New Kids on the Block released their breakthrough album, Hangin' Tough, catapulting the five singers to superstardom and ushering in the boy band era. Six years and 70 million albums later, the band broke up. Today? Ladies and gentleman, give it up for Jonathan Knight, 39, brother Jordan Knight, 37, Donnie Wahlberg, 38, Joey McIntyre, 35, and Danny Wood, 38 - now older kids, reunited and feeling groovy again. All five recorded a new song in Orlando last November. The mellow ballad debuted on the band's Web site on Jan. 29, playing over a video that teased, "Are you ready?" "I loved being a part of the group and have always thought maybe someday we'll get back together," Danny Wood wrote on his MySpace page on Jan. 28. "You just never know when your someday will come."
New Kids On The Block Preview a New Song
There's a new ballad on the block.
Nearly 14 years after breaking up, the '90s boy band New Kids On The Block are back with a new ballad on their official Web site.
The song (its name isn't revealed) plays over a promotional video for the band that says the Kids once had it all – a $1 billion in album sales, millions of fans, with music that "influenced a generation" – but then "walked away from it all."
The video next teases the a comeback, asking: "Are you ready?"
The song, a source says, was recorded by all five Kids last November in Orlando.
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