The boy band members responded to questions including if they ever hooked up with a groupie, joined the mile high club or forgot the lyrics to their songs.
Backstreet Boys played “Never Have I Ever” on Monday’s episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
After paddles were distributed to the men, DeGeneres asked the boy band members if they ever hooked up with a groupie.
Nick Carter, AJ McLean and Howie Dorough flipped their paddles to reveal that they all hooked up with a groupie at some point during their career. Kevin Richardson said that he never hooked up with a groupie, while Brian Littrell held up his paddle halfway so that it didn’t answer the question. After his bandmates called him out for not answering the question, Littrell silently flipped the paddle to the “I Have” side.
The host then asked if they ever joined the mile high club. Carter, McLean and Dorough unanimously revealed that they have not, while Richardson and McLean flipped their paddles to the “I Have” side.
“Tried. Failed miserably,” said McLean of his unsuccessful attempt to join the club.
The next question was if the men have ever forgotten the name of a woman while fooling around. When Carter, McLean and Dorough all flipped their paddles to the “I Have” side, DeGeneres responded, “That’s why you haven’t joined the mile high club.”
“Never have I ever sent a dirty text to the wrong person,” prompted DeGeneres.
McLean confidently held up the “I Have” side of his paddle, while the other men said that they have not.
The host then asked the men if they ever “signed a fan’s boob.” All of the singers said that they have. “Five for five,” said Littrell.
“The craziest thing is when they want to get it autographed and they do a tattoo out of it,” said Dorough. “That’s the strangest one,” agreed DeGeneres.
The host concluded the game by asking if they have ever forgotten lyrics during a live performance. McLean, Dorough, Richardson and Littrell said they had, while Carter proudly held up the “I Have Not” side of his paddle. When his bandmates questioned whether Carter really never forgot the lyrics, he responded, “Point it out.”
In addition to playing the game during the appearance, the band was joined by actress Emily Blunt for a performance of their hit song “I Want It That Way.”