"@GMA "tell me why" you just turned the @backstreetboys concert off?" one angry fan wrote.
Backstreet Boys fans were left feeling "Incomplete" on Friday morning.
During the middle of the '90s boy band performance on "Good Morning America", ABC cut to a special news report about Donald Trump's press conference with U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May. Backstreet Boy fans on Twitter were not having it and unloaded on the network, asking to "tell [them] why" they would do such a thing.
Nick Carter, Brian Littrell, Howie Dorough, AJ McLean, and Kevin Richardson performed some of their greatest hits, such as "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)" and "Larger Than Life." Some fans even camped out for the performance and the line was wrapped around Central Park in New York City.
During the end of fan-favorite "I Want It That Way" was when the network switched to the breaking news clip, and that's when the fans went off on internet. See the reactions below.
I've been looking forward to this all week!!! How can you do this ABC!!!!????? I missed 10 more minutes of Backstreet Boys greatness!!!!!! You all better give us those precious minutes back somehow!!! #backstreetboysongma pic.twitter.com/KVszRc3Za6— Angie C. (@Music_Is_Me88) July 13, 2018
THIS ABC "SPECIAL REPORT" BETTER GET. OFF. MY. TV 😡 #BACKSTREETBOYSonGMA— Sara (@TNCoverGirl) July 13, 2018
#BACKSTREETBOYSonGMA ABC news you stink! You interrupted the concert for breaking British news. Really? Couldn't wait 10 minutes?! Grrr! Not like you won't show and re-show the press conference.— Gretchen Wilmore (@GoldieWil) July 13, 2018
When you just want to watch #BACKSTREETBOYSonGMA but there's another special news report because Trump prob did something dumb. (idk if he did, but the odds are stacked in my favor) pic.twitter.com/OVBrPnfBuu— alexa (@a_adair) July 13, 2018