Originally formed for the ABC reality series Making the Band in 2000, boyband O-Town gained fame as TV stars and for their hooky brand of dance-oriented pop. Co-created by teen pop Svengali Lou Pearlman, the former manager of Backstreet Boys and *NSync, Making the Band offered viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of a boy band, from the singers' first audition to the signing of their first record deal. The show was a modest hit -- and was eventually moved to MTV, driven by Diddy. By the end of the show's first season, O-Town had amassed a legion of fans and in 2001 hit the Top Ten with their full-length debut O-Town. Following a breakup in 2003 the band re-formed for 2013's Lines & Circles. Making the Band started with a cattle call of over 1,800 applicants. With television cameras rolling, the group was pared down to 25 ...
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