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Watch James Corden And The Backstreet Boys Perform Everybody

There's nothing like a boy band to release a bunch of catchy singles with lyrics that none of us will ever be able to get out of our heads. The Backstreet Boys dropped by The Late Late Show with James Corden to perform one of their catchiest of all.
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