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17 July 2012, 18:34 | Updated: 17 July 2012, 18:47
The 'All I Have To Give' stars joined forces for the first time in seven years as they made the announcement today.
The Backstreet Boys have confirmed that they are reuniting for a new album and a reunion concert with the original line-up.
The 'Larger Than Life' stars have continued to perform since 2006 when bandmate Kevin Richardson departed, however, the new upcoming show and album will be with include the singer.
The group admitted that it was the first time they were all together in he studio since 2005 as they made the announcement today (17th July).
Singer A.J McClean confirmed that the band would be back for a performance on 31st August on the Good Morning America show.
"It's awesome, the vibe is fantastic," admitted Nick Carter when asked about being back together. "It's really organic. It's like never before," he added.
Watch the Backstreet Boys talking about their reunion on ABC's Good Morning America below:
The band also gave an acapella rendition of their smash hit 'I Want It That Way' during their short interview.
The group are currently recording in London together with a new album expected to be released in 2013.