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Totally Boyband was a television programme that aired in the United Kingdom on MTV. The programme debuted on 18 September 2006 and aired on Sunday nights at 21:30 (GMT). The premise centred around the former members of boy bands and pop music bands attempting to regain their former fame by regrouping into a new band called Upper Street. A single called "The One (That Got Away)" was released on 23 October 2006, but spent only one week at #35 (lower than any of the members' previous groups previous positions, with the exception of Jimmy) after entering the UK Singles Chart on 29 October.

The participants were:

The single was later recorded without the help of Latchford-Evans, who was sacked by the rest of the band before their debut release due to a disagreement. He described the bands manager in the program, Jonathan Shalit as "two-faced".[1]

It was announced in October 2006, that US music network VH1 would be producing its own version of the show, titled Mission: Man Band with Bryan Abrams (Color Me Badd), Rich Cronin (LFO), Chris Kirkpatrick (*NSYNC) and Jeff Timmons (98 Degrees).[2]

References

  1. ^ [1]. MTV.co.uk, 2006
  2. ^ Welsh, James. 'Totally Boyband' heads for America. Digital Spy, October 31 2006.

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