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We asked you who you think is the best boy band EVER and you had your say! But who will be number one? Let the battle of the boy bands commence...
One of our absolute favourite supergroups, McBusted were formed when McFly and Busted came together to create pure pop brilliance. The cheeky chappies have never grown up are always updating their Twitter and Social media accounts with hilarious photos and videos.
Before McBusted, came half of the group with their original offering. Matt Willis, Charlie Simpson and James Bourne make up the boy band trio who formed back in 2001. The boys had hits with songs such as 'What I Go To School For' and 'Year 3000'.
The American family group formed in 1958 when it began a a barbershop quartet. Their music is often influenced by their strong Christian values.
Formed in 1961, this American band bring that laid back Californian lifestyle to their happy and catchy tunes.
Associated with the New Romantic movement, Spandau Ballet formed in 1979. Their single 'True' reached number one in the UK charts in 1983.
The American band New Kids on the Block, also known as NKOTB achieved global success in the 80s and 90s, and received two American Music Awards in 1990.
The band were formed in 1997 and had hits with songs such as 'Slam Dunk' and 'Everybody Get Up'.
The American pop group were formed in 1993 and achieved international fame with their albums 'Backstreet Boys' and 'Backstreet's Back'.
The English rock band were formed in 1963 and disbanded in 1996. In 2006 they were awarded the prestigious Ivor Novello Award for Outstanding Service to British Music.
The British boy group released their first album 'The Wanted' in 2010. The boys also have their own reality TV show 'The Wanted Life' on the entertainment channel E!
The Irish band are managed by Louis Walsh. The boys have an impressive six UK number one hit singles to their name. The most famous member of the band is Ronan Keating.
The English pop group formed in 2000 and had three number one albums in the UK. The group split in 2005, but reformed in 2009. The boys released their most recent album Roulette in January 2013.
JLS were runners up in the fifth series of the television talent show The X Factor in 2008. The boys then went on to have string of number one UK singles, including 'Beat Again', 'Everybody in Love' and 'She Makes Me Wanna'. The bad split in in April 2013.
The trio are best known for their heartfelt emotional ballads. The boys got together in 1988 and achieved huge global success. Their best known songs are 'End of the Road' and 'I'll Make Love to You'.
The ska revival band formed in 1976 and had a UK number one single with 'House of Fun'.
Bon Jovi formed in 1983 and went on to storm the charts on both sides of the Atlantic. Their greatest hits include 'You Give Love a Bad Name' and 'Livin' on a Prayer'.
The Grammy and Brit Award winning band first formed back in 1978. They were initially associated with the New Romantic music scene and achieved huge success in the 1980s. The band have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Another band to come out of The X Factor, One Direction are a global success who have topped the charts in Europe and America. Their best known songs are 'What Makes You Beautiful' and 'Best Song Ever'.
The Irish band formed in 1998 when they were signed by the music mogul Simon Cowell. The band had huge success from the release of their first single 'Swear It Again', which topped the charts. The boys went on to sell over 50 million records worldwide and finally split in 2012.
Undeniably one of the greatest bands of all time, the all male group are often attributed with changing the face of the music industry forever. In the 1960s they became a pop phenomenon and their unrivalled popularity was even given it's own name - 'Beatlemania' . In 2004, Rolling Stone magazine ranked the Beatles number one in their poll of the greatest artists of all time.
And in the top spot as your ultimate boy band of all time, it's the one and only Take That! The boys have had their share of ups and downs, including an eight year hiatus from 1996-2005, after Robbie Williams decided to leave the group. However, the boys have now reunited and the band is stronger than ever. Take That have 35 number one albums worldwide.