10 Backstreet Boys Videos That Will Always Be Larger Than Life

The Backstreet Boys kicked off their Las Vegas residency in March, so it's only right that we look back at the band's most iconic music videos of all time. From "I Want It That Way" to "Show Me the Meaning of Being Lonely," it's clear why they are one of the biggest (if not the best) boy bands around. Smooth moves? Check. Mesmerizing vocals? Check. Catchy song lyrics? Check, check, and check. And just in case you had any doubts about whether they've still got it, check out their recent collaboration with Florida Georgia Line.

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"Everybody (Backstreet's Back)" (1997)

Twenty years later and this song still manages to make us get up and dance. The video is a take on Michael Jackson's "Thriller," but with a twist. The concept and funds came from the band themselves since Jive Records wouldn't back it.

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"Quit Playing Games (With My Heart)" (1996)

This song is a '90s classic. The video shows the boys wearing unbuttoned white shirts while dancing and singing their hearts out in the rain — need we say more?

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"Larger Than Life" (1999)

Not only is this video set in the year 3000, but it features Carter leading a pack of yellow Transformers as the band tries to save the world. Oh, and did we mention we get a glimpse of McLean's abs at the end?

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"I'll Never Break Your Heart" (1996)

Fun fact: Richardson is paired up with his then-girlfriend and now-wife Kristin Willits in this video.

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"The Call" (2000)

This video always felt more like an actual movie than a music video. Between the valuable relationship lessons and the flip phones, what's not to love?

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"All I Have to Give" (1997)

Name something better than this iconic 13-second-long fedora dance . . . we'll wait.

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"Show Me the Meaning of Being Lonely" (1999)

This video is a tough one to watch, mainly because it touches on the band's real-life issues at the time. Littrell underwent open-heart surgery a year before and the video features actual footage of Richardson and his late father, whom he lost to cancer. Dorough's part relates to the loss of his sister, who died of lupus the year prior.

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"As Long as You Love Me" (1997)

This video is of special importance to Littrell, as he met his wife, Leighanne Wallace, on the set of it. The two began dating shortly after and tied the knot in September 2000. They welcomed their first child, a son named Baylee, in 2002.

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"Shape of My Heart" (2000)

Even though the premise of the video doesn't quite match up with the song lyrics, it was all shot in monochrome, which created a black and blue theme that paired perfectly with the title of their album.

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"I Want It That Way" (1999)

Is there really anything better than "I Want It That Way"? This video is set mainly at LAX and features the band in their signature all-white outfits looking like gifts sent from the heavens.