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Backstreet Boys Cry In ‘Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of’ Deleted Scene — Watch

Fri, September 18, 2015 12:00pm EDT by Emily Longeretta Add first Comment

‘I’ve worked my entire life to not be walked on, but I’m okay with this one,’ Brian Littrell says when BSB receive their very own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. And yes, he has tears in his eyes. Watch this exclusive, never-before-seen deleted scene from ‘Backstreet Boys: Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of.’

You know that Backstreet Boys: Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of made you tear up (it couldn’t have been just me). And this deleted scene is no different! In this exclusive scene, A. J. McLean, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson, and Brian Littrell head to Hollywood Blvd. to receive their star on the Walk of Fame, and they’re seriously moved to tears.

Naturally, during the presentation where there are thousands of fans, Kevin starts off the speeches. “Who would have thought that 20 years ago, when we began this journey together, that this would be a stop along the way?” he says through tears, followed by Howie. “For us, as the Backstreet Boys, to be honored here, to be put in stone, next to The Osmond Family, next to Boyz II Men — I know, we’ve made a mark in history.”

Nick faced a ton of screaming fans during his speech, so it was tough to even hear him, of course! “When I was a really young boy, I first came to Hollywood — hopped on a plane with my mother, [and] we had dreams of, thinking I was going to become Leonardo DiCaprio, but that didn’t work,” he said. “I never ever imagined in a million years that would be a part of this. I didn’t know it was even possible.”

Let The Tears Role

AJ and Brian wrapped it up through tears, too. AJ calling it the best day of his life, after his wedding day and the birth of his daughter of course. And Brian definitely got emotional, actually wiping his eyes after thanking God.

Watch the exclusive deleted scene here, and I dare you to not cry! The documentary will be released on Saturday, September 18 as a deluxe edition on global film streaming platform We Are Colony, with a host of extra content. You can get it here.

— Emily Longeretta