"Bro country" duo Florida Georgia Line might be one of the last groups to fess up to liking a '90s boy band.
But that's where they found themselves during a concert earlier this month.
According to a video posted online, at the show in Rapid City, S.D., the pair took a break in the middle of their set to dish on their favorite teen idols.
"Backstreet Boys was my first concert," Brian Kelly told the audience, garnering uproariously loud applause and cheers from the audience. "There you go, big surprise."
But as bandmate Tyler Hubbard jokingly asked the fans to not laugh at them, Kelly called the crowd big bullies, as one fan proclaimed, "We love Backstreet Boys!"
Hubbard apparently does, too, because he went on to reveal that one of the group's albums was the first one he ever purchased.
Redirecting the conversation to the audience, Kelly asked the crowd if they knew some of the group's songs, and then proceeded to sing the opening lines of BSB's "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)."
The audience, appropriately, chimed in with the "yeeeeeeaaahhhs" in between the lines, proving they were fans of the group, too.
And BSB tweeted that they loved what Florida Georgia Line did with one of their most notable songs.
Check out the fan-filmed performance below: