The Backstreet Boys
are back, and this time they are leaving a permanent mark.
On their 20th anniversary, the U.S. boy band was awarded with their very own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
A.J. McLean, Brian Littrell, Howie Dorough, Kevin Richardson and Nick Carter were all present in the ceremony to unveil their public monument which is located right next to the terrazzo and brass-made star of Boyz II Men, another popular 90s vocal group.
"Backstreet is back... and we aren't going anywhere," said Carter, now 33 years old.
"What an honor it is. What a beautiful day. What another beautiful way to celebrate 20 years together," said an emotional Richardson.
The Backstreet Boys sold more than 130 million albums all throughout the world and are responsible for the hits "Quit Playing Games With My Heart", "I Want It That Way" and "I'll Never Break Your Heart".
They visited Manila last year for a one-night-only concert with another boy band New Kids On The Block.
The group is set to go on another world tour and a brand new album this year.
What's YOUR all-time favorite Backstreet Boys song?