Top 10 Boy Bands Ever!

Watch Mindless Behavior tonight on 106 & Park!

Hot Like Fire\r - Mindless Behavior tear up the stage before the BET Awards 2011. (Photo: Adrian Sidney/PictureGroup)

1 / 10

Mindless Behavior is dropping their new music video "Hello" tonight on 106 & Park! - Mindless Behavior is dropping by 106 & Park tonight with the world premiere of their video "Hello"! Check out these heartthrobs tonight at 6P/5C!(Photo: Earl Gibson/PictureGroup)

7. First Deal Came From a B2K Song - After The-Dream wrote "Everything" for B2K's final studio album, Pandemonium!, a man named Laney Stewart hooked him up with a publishing deal and it was big business from there, including Britney Spears and Madonna's "Me Against the Music." Around that time, The-Dream also developed a close relationship with Stewart's brother, Tricky, Dream's current production partner, and the two started going in on such chart-topping singles as Rihanna's "Umbrella."(Photo: Scott Gries/Getty Images)

2 / 10

B2K - B2K made Scream Tour audiences scream at the top of their pre-teen and teen lungs. The band’s biggest hit came through their collaboration with Diddy on “Bump, Bump, Bump.”Standout Member: Omarion (Photo: Scott Gries/Getty Images)

IMx\r - Los Angeles natives Marques ?Batman? Houston, Jerome ?Romeo? Jones and Kelton ?LDB? Kessee were originally named Immature. As they, ahem, matured, they decided to change their name to IMx. Last year, Houston told 106 & Park that another IMx album is in the works. \r\rStandout Member: Marques Houston\r\r\r(Photo: Frank Micelotta/ImageDirect/Getty Images)

3 / 10

IMx\r - Los Angeles natives Marques “Batman” Houston, Jerome “Romeo” Jones and Kelton “LDB” Kessee were originally named Immature. As they, ahem, matured, they decided to change their name to IMx. Last year, Houston told 106 & Park that another IMx album is in the works. \r\rStandout Member: Marques Houston\r\r\r(Photo: Frank Micelotta/ImageDirect/Getty Images)

*NSYNC - During their run (1995-2002), *NSYNC were mainstays on MTV?s TRL and the top of Billboard?s charts. Their second official album, No Strings Attached, sold over two million records in its first week!Standout Member: Justin Timberlake(Photo: Reuters)

4 / 10

*NSYNC - During their run (1995-2002), *NSYNC were mainstays on MTV’s TRL and the top of Billboard’s charts. Their second official album, No Strings Attached, sold over two million records in its first week!Standout Member: Justin Timberlake(Photo: Reuters)

Backstreet Boys\r - *NSYNC?s contemporaries, BSB, also dominated the charts and little girls? hearts. Backstreet Boys? self-titled debut album sold 14 million records. \r\rStandout Member: Nick Carter\r\r\r(Photo: Frank Micelotta/ImageDirect/Getty Images)

5 / 10

Backstreet Boys\r - *NSYNC’s contemporaries, BSB, also dominated the charts and little girls’ hearts. Backstreet Boys’ self-titled debut album sold 14 million records. \r\rStandout Member: Nick Carter\r\r\r(Photo: Frank Micelotta/ImageDirect/Getty Images)

ADVERTISEMENT
New Kids on the Block - Formed by Maurice Starr (also responsible for New Edition), New Kids on the Block included (L-R) Jordan Knight, Danny Wood, Donnie Wahlberg, Joey McIntyre and Jonathan Knight. NKOTB massively influenced Backstreet Boys and *NSYNC.Standout Member: Jordan Knight(Photo: PA Photos/Landov)

6 / 10

New Kids on the Block - Formed by Maurice Starr (also responsible for New Edition), New Kids on the Block included (L-R) Jordan Knight, Danny Wood, Donnie Wahlberg, Joey McIntyre and Jonathan Knight. NKOTB massively influenced Backstreet Boys and *NSYNC.Standout Member: Jordan Knight(Photo: PA Photos/Landov)

/content/dam/betcom/vevoimages/2011/11/Music-11-01-11-15/111411-music-boyz-ii-men.jpg

7 / 10

Boyz II Men - New Edition’s Mike Bivins discovered the Philly quartet and went on to produce their debut album, Cooleyhighharmony. Essentially an R&B group with boy band qualities, Boyz II Men mixed multiple genres for their recipe to success. Standout Member: Wayna Morris(Photo: Steve Granitz/WireImage/Getty Images)

New Edition\r - Bobby Brown, Mike Bivins, Ricky Bell, Ralph Tresvant and Ronnie DeVoe were literally pegged as the ?new edition? of the Jackson 5. The quintet made an immediate splash with ear candy gems like ?Mr. Telephone Man,? Popcorn Love? and ?Cool It Now.? \r\rStandout Member: Bobby Brown\r\r\r(Photo: MCA Records)

8 / 10

New Edition\r - Bobby Brown, Mike Bivins, Ricky Bell, Ralph Tresvant and Ronnie DeVoe were literally pegged as the “new edition” of the Jackson 5. The quintet made an immediate splash with ear candy gems like “Mr. Telephone Man,” Popcorn Love” and “Cool It Now.” \r\rStandout Member: Bobby Brown\r\r\r(Photo: MCA Records)

Menudo - Latin America?s biggest boy band took over the global stage in its heyday in the 1980s. Formed in Puerto Rico, Menudo?s most famous member, Ricky Martin, led the Latin music explosion of the late 1990s. Standout Member: (Obviously) Ricky Martin(Photo: Courtesy Everett Collection)

9 / 10

Menudo - Latin America’s biggest boy band took over the global stage in its heyday in the 1980s. Formed in Puerto Rico, Menudo’s most famous member, Ricky Martin, led the Latin music explosion of the late 1990s. Standout Member: (Obviously) Ricky Martin(Photo: Courtesy Everett Collection)

Doing the Robot on Soul Train  - To promote their 1974 hit "Dancing Machine," the Jackson 5 took the TV stage of Soul Train to perform. Little did the audience know that a teenage Mike had been studying the famous moves of Slim the Robot, a member of the pioneering dance troupe the Lockers. They (and millions across America) witnessed Michael's street-dance skills during the song's breakdown segment as he proceeded to lock, swivel and slide his way to the front of the stage... and into hip hop history.

10 / 10

The Jackson 5\r - Michael Jackson. That’s all we have to say.  \r\rStandout Member: The King of Pop\r\r(Photo: 2001 Tribune Entertainment/Getty Images)