The Backstreet Boys are making their mark on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame. The boy band, who's celebrating 20 years as a group this year, are unveiling their star on Hollywood Boulevard on Monday. Their star will be located in front of the Live Nation Building, next to the star of another popular boy band, Boyz II Men. Walk of Fame producer Ana Martinez says hitmaker Max Martin -- who produced seven of twelve tracks on the Backstreet Boys' 1999 album "Millennium," including the single "I Want It That Way," -- is speaking at the ceremony. Fans can catch their Hollywood Walk Of Fame ceremony live when it begins at 11:30 a.m. on Monday at walkoffame.com.
On Saturday, Backstreet Boys hosted what they called their "20th Anniversary Fan Celebration" at the Fonda Theater in Hollywood. The event was free to fans who attended on a first-come, first-served basis. They participated in a meet-and-greet and gave fans a special clip for their upcoming documentary.