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Friday, February 22, 2019

Orlando's O-Town releases new track featuring Bachelor star Colton Underwood

Posted By on Fri, Feb 22, 2019 at 3:31 PM

click to enlarge Members of O-Town with Colton Underwood - PHOTO VIA ADRENALINE PR
  • Photo via Adrenaline PR
  • Members of O-Town with Colton Underwood
Are you ready to scream/swoon? Orlando's own boy-band survivors, Making the Band reality tv stars, and "Liquid Dreams" hitmakers O-Town are back with a new song, "Hello World." But wait, wait, that's not all!

They've got a little singing help on this track, and in a particularly surreal turn, it's from current ABC's The Bachelor reality tv personality and former NFL player Colton Underwood (no relation to O-Town member Jacob Underwood).

Profits from the single go towards Underwood's charity the Colton Underwood Legacy Foundation.

Listen to the track below. O-Town plan to hit the road, sans Colton, starting next month.

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