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Howie Dorough is currently married to Leigh Boniello. He has been in two celebrity relationships averaging approximately 7.2 years each. His one marriage has lasted 7.4 years so far.

Given Name: Howard Dwaine Dorough

Nickname: Sweet D, Howie D, Latin Lover

Age: 41 (8/22/1973)

Occupation: Music - Singer

Most Famous For: Backstreet Boys, pop group

Name (Age)Latest StatusRel. LengthStartedEnded# of Kids Rel. Details
Leigh BonielloLeigh BonielloMarried14.4 yrs.12/2000Present2more
Vienna GirardiVienna GirardiBroke Up    - more

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Relationship Statistics

Howie Dorough

No. Avg. Length
Relationships: 2 7.2 yrs.*
  Dating26.7 yrs.
  Engagements10.3 yrs.
  Marriages17.4 yrs.
Breakups:  
  Dating Breakups1 
NameAgeGenderTypeOther ParentEditDelete
James Hoke Dorough5 yrs.MaleBiologicalLeigh BonielloUpdateDelete
Holden John2 yrs.MaleBiologicalLeigh BonielloUpdateDelete

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"Once we finished touring on Riot, we came home for a break and started writing for Brand New Eyes. Hayley presented lyrics to us that were really negative and we didn't agree with. For example, 'the truth never set me free,' which contradicts what the Bible says in John 8:32 ('and you shall know the truth, and the truth shall sat you free'). We fought her about how her lyrics misrepresented our band and what we stood for, but in the end she got her way. Instead of fighting her any longer, we decided to just roll over and let it go. Hayley claimed that this record reunited us as band and made us grow closer together, when in reality we were all growing further apart. Suddenly the band had spilt into two sides. Touring became more difficult since we couldn't agree on anything. The friendships our band once had were no longer existent."

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