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Pop group Backstreet Boys want to mentor singer Lady Gaga about the business of music so she doesn’t make the same mistakes they did when they first made it big.
“Our production manager was talking to her production manager and we found out that she had, like, three private planes flying around with her,” contactmusic.com quoted Brian Littrell of Backstreet Boys as saying.
“I just wanted to tell her that she needs to make, like, a dime or maybe 20 cents after the tour is over with – because when you overbudget yourself, you get home and you’re like, ‘Yeah, the tour was great, but I’m broke!’ ” Brian Littrell of Backstreet Boys said.
The band admits they are now more business savvy.