If it wasn’t for their appearance on ‘The Oprah Winfrey Show’, the Backstreet Boys might not have gotten back together. But on a show focusing on McLean’s battles with substance abuse, Winfrey coaxed his bandmates to surprise him on air. After the emotional reunion, the group holed up in a hotel room and talked about a comeback. “There was probably even some doubt among us when we first started talking about it,” Howie Dorough tells The Associated Press. “But I think no matter what we did individually… we all realized our strength was among the five of us together.”
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