The youngest heartthrob of his band, Joey McIntyre achieved global superstardom as one of the most lucrative and popular teen idol acts ever, New Kids on the Block. The boy band raked in hundreds of millions of dollars by selling out arenas, moving oceans of merchandise, and scoring a string of smashes that included the chart toppers "I'll Be Loving You (Forever)," "Hangin' Tough" and "Step by Step" as well as additional hits like "Please Don't Go Girl" and "You Got It (The Right Stuff)." Thoroughly dominating their pop cultural era, NKOTB mania defined the childhoods of countless young girls, but by the mid-1990s, their moment was over, due in part to an ever-growing backlash. McIntyre, known as the band's Sinatra-obsessed prodigy, went on to score a solo 1999 Top Ten hit, "Stay the Same," and to settle into a lengthy indie music career. He also landed multiple high-profile acting gigs in musical theater as well as screen roles in "The Fantasticks" (1995), "Tony 'n' Tina's Wedding" (2004) and "New Year's Eve" (2011). McIntyre also reunited with his bandmates for multiple projects, including a stint with Backstreet Boys known as NKOTBSB and a 2013 tour with 98 Degrees and Boyz II Men known as The Package. Carving out an impressive second act after the New Kids on the Block juggernaut, Joey McIntyre continued to delight fans across a variety of media while following his own unique muse.