Click through to find out what Nick and all of your favorite boy banders have been up to.Nick Carter, Backstreet Boys
The youngest Backstreet Boy is all grown up and engaged. Nick, 34, and his fiancee Lauren Kitt will share their journey to the altar in I "Heart" Nick Carter, which will air this summer on VH1. The series will address Nick's issues with his family. Younger brother Aaron, who Nick famously fought with on the E! reality show House of Carters in 2006, went to rehab in 2011, and his sister Leslie tragically passed away in 2012 at age 25.Nick Carter, Backstreet Boys
- Jeff Timmons, 98 Degrees
Remember 98 Degrees? While Nick Lachey has remained in the spotlight since splitting with Jessica Simpson a decade ago and marrying actress Vanessa Minnillo, what about his bandmate Jeff Timmons? A real-life Magic Mike, Jeff recently hosted the cross-country tour of Men of the Strip, which he co-created. What do his former bandmates think? "I'm always the guy that does sort of the edgy things of the group," he said last year. "And they're familiar with all that. They're very supportive but I don't know that they quite understand it!"Jeff Timmons, 98 Degrees
- John Taylor, Duran Duran
Want to feel old? Duran Duran bassist John Taylor has already been sober for 20 years! But you can read all about the crazy days in his critically acclaimed autobiography from 2012, In the Pleasure Groove: Love, Death and Duran Duran. John detailed all of the jaw-dropping stories about the band's ascent, including his own drug use and recovery. He rejoined the group when they reunited in 2001 and commemorated it with a huge linked-D's tattoo on his upper right arm.John Taylor, Duran Duran
- Taylor Hanson, Hanson
Taylor Hanson, Hanson
What's up with the middle MMMbopper?? While Hanson is one of the rare boy "brother" bands that has remained together (the Jonas Brothers couldn't do it), Taylor also formed Tinted Windows in 2009, along with former Smashing Pumpkins guitarist James Iha, Fountains Of Wayne bassist Adam Schlesinger and Cheap Trick drummer Bun E. Carlos. Taylor is married to Natalie Bryant and the couple currently has five kids. Wonder when they'll form a band.
- Joey McIntyre, New Kids on the Block
Joey McIntyre, New Kids on the Block
Following the breakup of New Kids on the Block in 1994, the baby of the group scored a solo recording contract and made his movie debut in the musical film The Fantasticks. Joey returned to the spotlight in 2005, competing as one of just six celebs in the first season of Dancing With the Stars and placing third. The next year he joined Joey Lawrence and former boy bander and season 2 winner Drew Lachey on Dancing With the Stars - The Tour. Most recently he appeared in the hit comedy The Heat as one of Melissa McCarthy's brother. He's currently married to Barrett Williams, and the couple has three children together.
- Raphael Saadiq, Tony! Toni! Tone!
Raphael Saadiq, Tony! Toni! Tone!
Raphael Saadiq was originally known as one-third of the popular R&B trio Tony! Toni! Tone!, but he has made quite a name for himself. Born Charles Ray Wiggins, Raphael (he changed his name at an audition for Sheila E. when he was 17) has produced songs for Mary J. Blige, Joss Stone, and John Legend and collaborated with a roster of music's biggest names, from Stevie Wonder to the late Whitney Houston. In 2002, he founded his own record company, Pookie Entertainment. Raphael has released four studio albums on his own and is the featured bass guitar player on Elton John's latest album, The Diving Board.
- Howie Dorough, Backstreet Boys
Howie Dorough, Backstreet Boys
After Backstreet Boys took a hiatus in 2005, Howie Dorough turned his attention from the green room to the boardroom. Alongside his brother John, Howie founded a real estate development company called Sweet D Inc. He's also held the positions of CEO and chairman at companies like Dorough Lupus Foundation and Howiedoit Productions. Howie is currently back with the band, and they'll be hitting the road with Avril Lavigne (not the rumored Spice Girls) this summer and hitting the sea for the Backstreet Boys Cruise in October.
- JC Chasez, 'NSync
JC Chasez, 'NSync
If a band never officially broke up, there's still hope, right? JC Chasez is the second most familiar face from the boy band 'NSync, after Justin Timberlake. He released his one and only solo album, Schizophrenic, in 2004. Since dancing has been a love of JC's since he was a kid, it was no surprise to see him turn up as a judge on Randy Jackson's competition show, America's Best Dance Crew, for all seven seasons. In 2012, JC and producer/songwriter Jimmy Harry formed an all-girl group called Girl Radical.
- Michael Bivins, New Edition
Michael Bivins was always a step ahead of the boy band curve. The founding member of the R&B group New Edition in 1983, he went on to form Bell Biv DeVoe with fellow New Edition members Ricky Bell and Ronnie DeVoe. The CEO of his own label Sporty Rich Enterprises, Michael has been a judge on the show Apollo Live, where undiscovered acts get a chance to shine, since 2012. He knows a thing or two about finding new talent--after all, he discovered and managed Boyz II Men.Michael Bivins, New Edition