Joey and his wife Barrett welcomed a son November 20, 2007 in Los Angeles.
Joey McIntyre's former New Kids On The Block bandmates, Danny Wood and Donnie Wahlberg, produced some of the songs on his debut solo album.
Joey McIntyre loves listening to Frank Sinatra.
Joey McIntyre and Ashly Del Grosso were the fourth couple to be eliminated on the first season of Dancing With The Stars.
Joey McIntyre's professional dance partner on Dancing With The Stars was Ashly Del Grosso.
Joey McIntyre was an alter boy.
Joey McIntyre was named after St. Joseph.
In 1990, Joey McIntyre graduated from the Catholic Memorial High School in West Roxbury, Massachusetts.
Before becoming an entertainer, Joey McIntyre wanted to become a bricklayer like his father.
Joey McIntyre played the role of Fiyero in the Broadway production of Wicked.
Joey McIntyre has released five solo albums called Stay The Same, Meet Joe Mac, One Too Many 8:09 and Talk to Me.
In 2005, Joey McIntyre was ranked number 44 on VH1's list of the "100 Greatest Kid Stars."
One of Joey McIntyre's friends named a pizzaria after him called Jose McIntyre's.
One of Joey McIntyre's friends named a pizzaria after him called "Jose McIntyre's."
Joey McIntyre loves working in New York City.
Joey McIntyre once owned a house that was part of the Underground Railroad. The house was featured on MTV's Cribs.
Joey McIntyre married Barrett Williams in August of 2003, and as of 2007, they are still married and they are expecting their first child in November 2007.
Joey was only thirteen years old when he joined New Kids On The Block in 1985.
Joey is 5'11" tall.
His nicknames include: Joey Joe, Joe Bird, Joe Mac, and Joey Mac.
Joey was the youngest member of the New Kids on the Block band. He was also the last member to join.
Joey McIntyre: I like steady relationships. By that I mean relationships that are balanced, where the guy isn't superior to the girl, where two people share everything. My perfect date would include a romantic dinner just for two, then maybe afterward we'd go to the theatre and see a play or a movie. Then after that, we would go for a walk. Yeah! Especially if it were on an autumn night in Boston. I love fall! I'd be all cozy in my jacket, and my date and I would walk hand-in-hand by the Charles River in Boston.
Joey McIntyre: (on his audition for the New Kids) I tried out on Father's Day, June 15, 1985. Mary picked me up and I was really scared. I went to Maurice's (Starr) house and tried out. I sang one of the songs the group was about to record and afterwards we got in the car and Mary asked me, 'Well, do you want to be in the group? You've got the part.' And I said, 'Yeah, here I am,' and we recorded the songs.
Joey McIntyre: (on fame and Hollywood) If you're going to have a chip on your shoulder in this business, you'll have no shoulders left at the end of the day.
Joey McIntyre: (on gay marriage) I support gay marriage. I don't see the big deal. It's really ridiculous. My mother raised me Catholic, and I think the teachings of Jesus Christ have made me a caring person. And in my family, we have blacks, Jews and gays. I was brought up to follow what Jesus said: Love your neighbor, period.