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February 26, 2001 - The Backstreet Boys performance at the Tacoma Dome Sunday was featured on the evening news along with their news conference where the guys sang Happy Birthday to a female fan standing in front (in red).

February 25, 2001 - The Backstreet Boys performed their Denver show minus Kevin Richardson who was set to join them from a photo shoot but was hampered by bad weather. Read more.

February 25, 2001 - A cartoon by Robert Smigel featured the Backstreet Boys Saturday. The clip featured the Boy's 'Sucking hard for the human race' in a super-hero like fashion, where they team up with John Tesh.

February 25, 2001 - The Seattle Times Patrick McDonald profiled The Backstreet Boys ahead of their show in Seattle tonight and Monday. Read more.

February 25, 2001 - The Backstreet Boys are boys no longer says The Seattle Post-Intelligencer's Gene Stout who profiles the group. Read more.

February 20, 2001 - TRL yesterday talked to the Backstreet Boys who responded to controversy about their new album and record sales with Nick saying, "We were kinda afraid of people maybe forgetting about us." AJ added, "Globally, we've made ourselves a world renown group." The band isn't going to attend the Grammys since their touring and didn't seem too concerned about the awards.

February 18, 2001 - Nick Carter told a MuchMusic audience last week that he and his bandmates are "tighter than ever, honestly," adding "We've gone on this long and we just want to keep going, we want to be one of the longest groups of our kind to ever last."

February 18, 2001 - A March 2001 Australian Smash Hits special Backstreet Boys edition magazine with Nick Carter on the cover is up for bids on ebay. The magazine, item #1410352099, is bid at $5.29 and ends February 25th.

February 17, 2001 - FHM reports Zac Hanson taking a shot at his boy-band peers saying, "Backstreet Boys and *NSYNC are, like, 40. First of all, they're not boys. Secondly, they're not bands. They should call themselves 'man groups.'"

February 17, 2001 - MTVasia.com reports Nick Carter stunned fans when he revealed that he admired Nirvana deceased singer Kurt Cobain musically. An onlooker commented, "Some of the fans were so upset they started crying. Nick is not supposed to be a rock and roll star."