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BPP Office Pool: What Song Will NKOTB Open With?

Unless you're living under a rock or preoccupied with more important news, you know that New Kids on the Block is getting back together and performing tomorrow morning on The Today Show. And in another sign that we're all getting old, the reunion will mark the 20th anniversary of the band's breakout album, Hangin' Tough. Yes, 20 years.

So we've got one question: What song will they open with?

While you think about that, enjoy this fist-pumping walk down memory lane...

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Hangin' Tough.

Sent by Thomas | 12:03 PM | 4-3-2008

It's not the right season, but my wife would love it if they went with "Funky, Funky Christmas."

Sent by Mark | 12:48 PM | 4-3-2008

I'm betting on Hangin Tough

Sent by Devon | 1:12 PM | 4-3-2008

I am almost positive that the song of choice will be Hangin' Tough! Wow...twenty years huh?

Sent by RJ | 1:27 PM | 4-3-2008

How about a slow song, but a good song-"Please don't go girl." I always was a Joey Mac fan!

Sent by Kate | 1:57 PM | 4-3-2008

The Right Stuff - in an attempt to prove that they still got it. I might feel compelled to get the answer to that...BPP - field trip?!

Sent by Summer | 2:27 PM | 4-3-2008

I'm going to go with "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida". It may be a long-shot, sure, but I'll be able to retire on the winnings if I'm right.

Sent by Dave Wiley | 4:30 PM | 4-3-2008

I just read that one of the members "didn't want a nostalgia tour." Perhaps they won't be performing anything old tomorrow morning. I'll be at work tomorrow while The Today Show is airing so, hopefully, the BPP can put in a quick blurb? Please? :)

Sent by Sarah Lee | 5:14 PM | 4-3-2008

I am not tough enough. Not nearly tough enough.

Sent by Tricia, NPR | 8:03 PM | 4-3-2008

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