AJ McLean Joins Jelly Roll on Stage in Toronto to Duet Backstreet Boys' 'I Want It That Way'

"Let's make some music brotha," wrote the Backstreet Boys member on Instagram after the performance with Jelly Roll at History in Toronto

<p>AJ Mclean/Instagram</p> AJ McLean and Jelly Roll

AJ Mclean/Instagram

AJ McLean and Jelly Roll

Is Jelly Roll joining the Backstreet Boys?

During the 39-year-old country star's July 10 concert at History in Toronto, AJ McLean joined him on stage for a surprise duet of the boy band's 1999 hit "I Want It That Way."

The moment came midway through Jelly's set, and McLean walked out to applause from the crowd before they performed the song together, according to footage from the show on social media.

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After the concert, the 46-year-old Backstreet Boys member shared a photo to his Instagram Story of himself and Jelly posing together. "What a night last night," he wrote, tagging the "Need a Favor" singer. "Let's make some music brotha !"

McLean is the latest fellow musician to hop on stage with Jelly (whose real name is Jason DeFord) as of late. Last month, he joined Eminem on stage to perform "Sing for the Moment" at Live From Detroit: The Concert at Michigan Central.

In an interview with Entertainment Tonight afterward, the "Save Me" performer opened up about singing alongside the rap icon, which he described as the "coolest moment ever."

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<p>Ayisha Collins/FilmMagic, Kurt Krieger/Corbis via Getty</p> Jelly Roll; Eminem

Ayisha Collins/FilmMagic, Kurt Krieger/Corbis via Getty

Jelly Roll; Eminem

"When I think about coolest moments of my career, right now at the top, there has to be this thing that I got to go sing with Eminem in Detroit," said Jelly at the time. "I got to sing 'Sing for the Moment' with him, which is a record where he sampled Steven Tyler. I mean, just what an incredible night and I got to go do it in Detroit. It was unreal."

He added that Slim Shady's team reached out. "I couldn't believe it. I thought it was a joke until I met Eminem himself," Jelly recalled, noting that he felt "giddy, like a child" during the performance.

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<p>John Shearer/Getty</p> Jelly Roll in Austin in April 2024

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Jelly Roll in Austin in April 2024

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The Grammy-nominated singer's Toronto concert marked one of his first-ever international performances since revealing that his past run-ins with the law kept him from playing shows outside of the United States.

"I’m so excited [to perform outside the United States]. We’re figuring out the final pieces of some legal puzzles for me to get overseas," Jelly told Interview magazine last month.

"It’s funny, America has finally agreed to let me leave and give me a passport, but some countries won’t let me come because of my felonies," he continued. "We’re working on that. I think it’s going to work in my favor."

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