Golden girl

Traci Szymanski brings Hollywood celebrities and music stars to Israel.

June 4, 2015 16:55
The Backstreet Boys in Israel

Traci Szymanski (third from right) with the Backstreet Boys during their visit in Israel. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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Thousands and thousands of screaming fans, including an exceptionally large number of nostalgic mothers, attended the three sold-out Backstreet Boys concerts held in Ra’anana two weeks ago. Peppering their performances with “We love you, Israel!” and adjusting the lyrics of their hit song to “I want it Israel’s way,” the five members of the popular ’90s boy band also took the time to tour the country, happily sharing some of their experiences with their adoring fans.

But while Nick Carter, Brian Littrell, AJ McLean, Kevin Richardson and Howie Dorough took center-stage during their performances, a young blond woman by the name of Traci Szymanski was the person working behind the scenes to ensure their Israel visit was a success.


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