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'N Sync and Backstreet Boys Founder Lou Pearlman Dead at 62

Lou Pearlman, who rose to fame in the '90s after launching both the Backstreet Boys and 'N Sync, has died. The former pop music mogul was found dead on Friday while serving a 25-year sentence for money laundering and fraud. The cause of death was no… Read more

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Lou Pearlman, Former Boy Band Producer of *NSYNC and Backstreet Boys Dies In Prison
01:48 — Pearlman's former clients react to news of his death.
EXCLUSIVE: Backstreet Boys Call Lou Pearlman's Death 'Bittersweet' Reveal Why They Do Group Therapy
01:54 — The band opened up to ET's Nischelle Turner while promoting their 'Larger Than Life' Las Vegas residency show, which begins March 1 at Planet Hollywoo (more…)
EXCLUSIVE: Lance Bass on Late *NSync Founder Lou Pearlman: 'He Got His in the End'
00:38 — The former *NSync singer shared his candid feelings with ET's Carly Steel at the MTV Video Music Awards.
Justin Timberlake Reacts To Lou Pearlman's Death in Prison: 'I Hope He Found Some Peace'
01:48 — The former *NSYNC member and more of Pearlman's clients respond to news of the producer's death.

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Vanity Fair ConfidentialMad About the BoysNew(Season 3, Episode 22) OWN

When Lou Pearlman, the man behind the Backstreet Boys and NSYNC, flees the country, law enforcement officials begin an international manhunt and "Vanity Fair" special correspondent Bryan Burrough uncovers the dark secrets he's running from.