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Huge 90s boyband reunite after huge success and 10m record sales as they celebrate 25-year anniversary

A TOP Nineties band have reunited after racking up 10million record sales in a celebration of their 25th anniversary.

Los Angeles pop group 98 Degrees delighted fans as they revealed they will embark on a fresh tour across America starting this month.


A top Nineties band are making a comeback in news set to delight music fans[/caption]


LA pop band 98 Degrees are reuniting in a series of US-based gigs[/caption]


The four-piece found fame with tracks including Invisible Man and I Do (Cherish You)[/caption]

The self-styled “blue collar boyband” is made up of brothers Nick, 49, and Drew Lachey, 47, Justin Jeffre, 50 and Jeff Timmons, also 50.

The lads clocked up eight top 40 singles on the US Billboard Charts including tracks Invisible Man, I Do (Cherish You) and Because of You.

They even collaborated with ultimate pop diva Mariah Carey on their Thank God I Found You hit.


98 Degrees went on a hiatus in 2003 with Drew appearing on Dancing With The Stars and Nick marrying popstar Jessica Simpson, 43.

They have reunited for fresh music and one-off gigs since.

Nick has maintained a presence in the spotlight throughout the band’s on-off periods, recently hosting Netflix shows Love Is Blind and The Ultimatum with current wife Vanessa, 42.

He also fronts TV show Perfect Match and has previously won The Masked Singer.


Now reunited as a four-piece, the band has told how their new tour dates will “celebrate 25 years alongside the best fans in the world.”

They are also working on new material as well as re-recording their masters.

Talking of the comeback tour, Drew told US Weekly: “It’s one of these moments where you have to look back.

“It’s like, ‘Has it really been that long?’ In some ways, it seems like just yesterday that we got together.”


Addressing what fans can expect from their new music, Jeff added: “We’ve tried a few things that might not have been our lane.

“And you see these different things, and the evolution of music.

“The new music has new sounds in it, but I think the inspiration is our old stuff.”

Meanwhile, one Nineties boyband group looked unrecognisable as they performed in London 26 years after their first smash hit.


Additionally, a US boyband hunk from the same era was completely different after his life took a downward spiral due to drink, drug and food addictions.

Fans were also left elated when Let Loose revealed they are making a comeback – 26 years after their bitter split.

Yet the news was marred slightly when it was revealed how one member would not be taking part.

Lee Murray, 52, Richie Wermerling, 54, and Rob Jeffrey formed the group in 1993.


Yet now fellow nineties singer and heartthrob Matthew James Pateman from Bad Boys Inc is set to replace Richie as lead vocalist.

Pop band Bad Boys Inc notched up six Top 40 hits and a best-selling album.


The group – who took an initial hiatus in 2003 – are also working on fresh material and re-recording their masters[/caption]


Nick, left, has maintained a huge telly presence with a slew of Netflix shows and winning The Masked Singer[/caption]


They group has vowed to celebrate with ‘the best fans in the world’[/caption]
September 13, 2023 at 07:23PM

from The Sun

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