The Backstreet Boys have had girls going crazy over them for more than 25 years -- but now the tables have turned.
Baylee Littrell, the teenage son of Backstreet's Brian Littrell, is a budding country star, who's been opening for the group on their current "DNA" tour, and he's taking the attention away from his famous dad.
Take, for example, an incident before a show in Toronto.
"We're all walking down the street trying to find a place to eat," Baylee Littrell told ABC News, "And this girl comes running up in front of me and my dad, and me and my dad are walking side by side."
While Baylee, 16, thought the fan was one of his father's, he was sorely mistaken.
"She goes, 'OH. MY. GOSH.' And I just look at my dad, and I go to step back," he recalls. "She goes, 'You're Baylee Littrell.' And I just looked at my dad, and I gave him this little smirk, and I was like, 'Yes I am!' And she was like, 'Can I get a picture with you? And I was like, 'Heck yeah!'"
While Baylee's developed a following with his singles "We Run This Beach," "Boxes," and "Don't Knock It", his dad was still surprised at having to share the spotlight with him.
"My dad's like, 'What just happened?'" Baylee said, laughing. "I'm like, 'I'll tell you what just happened! Get used to it buddy!'"