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Backstreet Boys Go Vegetarian For New Tour

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For their new tour with New Kids on the Block (which honestly, should have caused the space/time continuum to collapse), the Backstreet Boys have decided to kick it veggie-style and drop meat from their diets.

“We’re getting a lot of rest and have switched over to a vegetarian diet. I’m trying to get my brain clear and ready for everything that’s to come,” Nick Carter told Celebuzz.com. “I downloaded a meditation book. I like to relax and meditate. I think they’re important because I have so much going on, and if I don’t find peace within it all, it could be dangerous for your health.”

Sounds like a good mix to us. Back in the day, the ‘Boys used to request lunches during tours that included hamburgers, French dip, hot turkey, Sloppy Joe’s, and tacos – so it’s cool to see them embracing a healthier approach to the whole thing.

Check out the two groups performing on DWTS earlier this year below:

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