The Backstreet Boys Want to Ride Miley Cyrus’s Wrecking Ball

At this year’s VMAs Miley Cyrus brought the bootylicious, booty-bumping concept of twerking to the every single American young and old. Now, she’s riding a wrecking ball like it’s nobody’s business -- and the Backstreet Boys are hopping on the ball bandwagon.

“We’re trying to do anything to remind people we’re still here!” Nick Carter told Celebuzz at the Macy's Passport Presents Glamorama at L.A.'s Orpheum Theatre on Thursday.

“We were thinking about it,” he said about highlighting the massive steel prop in their next video.

(But the CB! mic will just have to do for now.)

And all the hoopla surrounding her foam finger-loving, tongue-wagging jam session with Robin Thicke is a whole lot of unnecessary drama.

“She’s not doing anything, anymore than anyone has ever done in the past,” Carter said.

“The problem is you see where she came from, you see her as a little girl, people can’t get that out of their minds. She’s grown up. She’s doing what she wants to do.”

“As a father, I might have a different opinion,” Littrell chimed in. “But her sales spiked.”

That they did. The twerking effect fueled a record-breaking 306,100 tweets per minute and her Bangerz album eached No. 5 on the iTunes chart.

Click on the CB! video above for more with the Backstreet Boys and what they really think of the *NSync VMAs reunion.

 

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